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ANI Objectives

The ANI was formed and incorporated in the ACT in 1975 as a self-supporting and non-profit making organisation to provide a forum for Naval Officers and others interested in maritime affairs.
The main objectives of the Institute are:
to encourage and promote the advancement of knowledge related to the Navy and the maritime profession; and
to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning subjects related to the Navy and the maritime profession.

Strategic partnership with RAN

The ANI has signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement with the Total Australian Navy which can be downloaded by clicking here.

Join the ANI
Members of the ANI get discounts on ANI events; the annual publication of Headmark; and the knowledge that they are contributing to important public debates on naval and maritime affairs. To join, email admin@navalinstitute.com.au and ask for details. Joining the organisation is different from subscribing to the website content.

The Constitution, last revised on 31 March 2014, is here.

The 2016-2018 Strategic Plan is here.

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The Council

(Patron – Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO CSC RAN)

President – Vice Admiral Peter Jones (retired)
Vice President – Commodore Lee Goddard
Treasurer – Commander Nick Tate
Secretary – Lieutenant Commander Stephanie Foulkes
Councillors – Commander Adam Allica, Dr Greg Gilbert, Commodore Justin Jones, Mr Brian Mansell, Lieutenant John Nash, Midshipman Eamon O’Shea, Captain Tom Phillips, Lieutenant Commander Desmond Woods, Brigadier Will Taylor, CMDR Richard DT Hobbs RFD RAN (Rtd).

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