Taiwan Has Big Plans for Its Missiles if China Were to Invade

If conflict between China and Taiwan ever arises, Taipei hopes that a revamped missile program will help it strike back at a far more powerful aggressor. 
Taiwan has high hopes for its Hsiung Sheng land-attack missile. The device can reach the mainland to hit Chinese command-and-control centers and supply depots. It could also pepper airfields to disable runways. In addition, the Sky Bow III surface-to-air missile can target enemy cruise missiles and drones and knock them out of the sky. Another system can destroy ships. These missiles are part of an $8 billion-to-$9 billion, five-year plan the Taiwanese government appropriated in 2021 to better respond to the China threat. 
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