Pentagon decisions to send some of its most modern platforms and systems to Japan underscore the U.S. commitment to the Asian country and the region, says Defense Department Deputy Secretary Robert Work. “Over the next several years, we will deploy a number of advanced U.S. capabilities to Japan to enhance our posture and to maintain regional deterrence, including the first overseas deployment of the Marine Corps F-35 in 2017,” Work said at a recent press conference in Tokyo. ...
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