Click to download nomination form In 2016, the Australian Naval Institute (ANI) created an award to honour an individual or individuals from Australian defence industry who have made an outstanding contribution to the capabilities and sustainment of the Royal Australian Navy. This award was named the “McNeil Prize” in honour of Rear Admiral Percival McNeil CB RAN.Read More
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John Berry, the President of the American Australian Association and former US Ambassador to Australia is to give the Lockheed Martin Vernon Parker Oration at a dinner on Thursday, 10 May 2018, 6.15pm for 7.00pm at Hotel Realm 18 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600. Seating is limited. In past years people have missed out. Book online here. John Berry was the 25th United States Ambassador to Australia and has a deep knowledge of the Australia/US partnership and the challenges into the future. The Oration will be given at the ANI Annual dinner. Cost: ANI Members: $90.00; Non-members: $115.00; Oration & 12 months membership: $170.00 Dress: Lounge Suit RSVP: Email: email@example.com; Phone: +61 (0) 2 6290 1505; Mail: PO Box 241, Deakin West ACT 2600; Bookings close at 4.00pm on Tuesday, 1 May 2018. OR Book online here. OR Download the booking form here.Read More
The ANI’s 2017 Goldrick Seminar on 26 October was a great success with more than 200 people attending. It was held in partnership with the University of NSW and the Submarine Institute at the Australian Defence Force Academy.Read More
Guest Speaker: CAPT John Stavridis, Commanding Officer, HMAS Hobart, has kindly agreed to be the guest speaker at the AGM.Read More
Submarine Operations Today and in the Future Co-convened with the Submarine Institute Australia and the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society Proudly sponsored by Thursday, 26 October 2017 The undersea environment is the most complex and challenging operating environment for Navies. This year’s Goldrick Seminar will discuss these complexities and the new capabilities that will equip the Navy and other elements of the Australian Defence Force. This seminar is being held jointly with Navantia Australia, the Submarine Institute of Australia and the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society. The venue will be the Australian Defence Force Academy. 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. Registration, which includes morning tea and lunch, is $50 for ANI Members and non-ANI members. ADFA Midshipmen and…Read More