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Indonesia’s plan to be a ‘maritime giant’

jokoA video released by The Economist explores Indonesia’s plan to become a maritime giant. Indonesia’s President Jokowi has ambitious plans for Indonesia and intends to build as many as 24 new ports for the country, as well as 15 new airports by 2015. See the video here.

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About the ANI

About the ANI

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. 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. Secretariat Business Manager Sue Hart Commerce…

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Strategic Plan 2016-2018

Strategic Plan 2016-2018

A PDF version of this document can be downloaded by clicking here.   Overview The Australian Naval Institute (ANI) is an independent not-for-profit organisation, incorporated in the Australian Capital Territory. It has been in existence since 1975 and its role is to: a. Encourage and promote the advancement of knowledge related to the Navy and the maritime profession, and b. Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning subjects related to the Navy and the maritime profession. This strategic plan builds on the 2008-2013 and 2012-2015 strategic plans, recognising the contemporary environment in which the ANI is operating, and aims to guide the activities of the Institute over the next three to five years and provide a framework upon which the Council can base decisions. It also sets goals against which the ANI can assess its performance. A major focus of both earlier Strategic Plans was the production of…

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ANI President’s report 2016

ANI President’s report 2016

20150601adfa3443372_0751 RADM Jones, PeterSINCE my first message as President in May last year the Australian Naval Institute has made considerable progress in transitioning from an organization focussed on the publication of the Headmark journal to one that has more relevance and embracing the internet.

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