“Indo-Pacific Investments: – Prioritizes China as the preeminent pacing challenge while developing capabilities and operational concepts in the Indo-Pacific. – Supports the requirements of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command to maintain the comparative military advantage of the United States – Pacific Deterrence: $6.1 billion in critical investments include integrated fires, new missile warning and tracking architecture, construction to enable enhanced posture, funding for defense of Guam, and multinational information sharing, training, and experimentation.”

From the U.S. Department of Defense fiscal 2023 budget – released March 28 in Washington, D.C., which also said DoD will invest “$892 million for the defense of Guam against the missile threat from China.