AUSTRALIA NEWS: Australia’s new warships show the performance of high-quality firefighters

Three of Australia’s modern warships have been conducting naval tests on the east coast of the country, demonstrating their incredible strength.

HMAS Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney are part of a coalition government to develop Australia’s navy.

The three ships have the world’s most advanced battery-powered archery system, with several other countries being granted access to US computer systems.

Vessels can protect themselves from any threat, from an incoming arrow to a ship or an attacking jet.

Anti-aircraft guns on airplanes are electrically powered and have a very high level of fire, as additional protection.

New Australian F-35 fighters from the RAAF also flew during the workout.

Australia has recently increased its defense spending amid growing global conflicts.

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