Australia Upgrades F/A-18Fs and EA-18G Fleet, Aiming for 2040 Service with Hypersonic Capability

In a strategic move to bolster its air defense capabilities, Australia plans to upgrade its Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets and EA-18G Growlers with hypersonic weapons, ensuring operational readiness alongside its F-35As until 2040.

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