Naval Studies Group and the Australian Centre For The Study of Armed Conflict and Society (ACSACS) invites you to a one-day workshop. Aim: The Naval History Workshop brings together a diverse range of people interested in the study and writing of Australian and global naval history. It is the first formal activity of the Naval Studies Group recently established within ACSACS at the University of NSW in Canberra (ADFA).Read More
As soon as bookings open for ANI events, you will be able to book online on this site. Non-ANI links will appear when available.
The ANI will hold a maritime event to be held at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra. The theme is future operations of the new Fleet Air Arm. The event would combine presentations by Navy and industry, an open forum and tours of aircraft and facilities.
Further details will be promulgated when finalized.
This year’s seminar is titled Maritime Operations in the Littoral. Speakers will be drawn from senior levels of Defence, academia, industry and the media. The intention is for the proceedings to be both recorded and later published by ACSACS.
A draft program of the Goldrick Seminar will be published shortly and bookings will able to be made from mid-August.
The event will also see the launch by the Chief of Navy of the book Bravo Zulu: Honours and Awards to Australian Naval People Volume 1, 1900-1974 by Ian Pfennigwerth.Read More
In the wake of al-Qaeda’s attacks on the United States in September 2001 Australia embarked on a military-led campaign in Afghanistan and Iraq. But few, if any, envisaged it would turn out to be Australia’s longest war. How did this happen? This conference explores how it came about that between 2001 and 2014 over 50,000 members of the Australian Defence Force fought in the Middle East Area of Operations…‘War in the Sand Pit’.Read More
Find out what’s new in looking after the old with Stuart Kelly, President of The International Institute of Obsolescence Management.Read More