Associate Professor Alexey Muraviev from Curtin University will give a lecture at the Ngunawal Theatre in Building R1, Russell Offices on Tuesday 17 April (0900-1100). The lecture is proudly sponsored by the Australian Naval Institute, in association with the Seapower Centre Australia and the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society (UNSW Canberra). Professor Muraviev will discuss Russian military power in the Asia-Pacific. The lecture is free and no booking is required.
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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. Continue reading
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Australian Naval Institute will be held on Thursday 23 November 2017, in the Military Theatre, ADFA, ACT at 1730.Continue reading
High-profile political leader and former Senator, Nick Xenophon will be the guest speaker at the conference dinner on 14 November at the 4th Submarine Science, Technology and Engineering Conference (SubSTEC4), which is convened by the Submarine Institute of Australia (SIA).Continue reading
Workforce development and the transition from the Collins-class submarines to the future submarines will be major themes at Asia-Pacific’s leading forum on submarines – the 4th Submarine Science, Technology and Engineering Conference (SubSTEC4) – which takes place in Adelaide 13-16 November 2017.Continue reading
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 Officer Cadets are offered complimentary registration, but are required to register.
Bookings and registration can be made via One Stop at UNSW at ADFA (details below).
Rear Admiral Greg Sammut, Head Future Submarine Program
Commodore Timothy Brown, Commander Submarines
Mika Ihalainen, Swedish Defence Attaché Australia and New Zealand
Commodore Peter Scott
Commodore Lee Goddard, Vice President ANI
Rear Admiral James Goldrick
When: 8.30am – 4.00pm on Thursday, 26 October 2017
Where: Adams Auditorium, Australian Defence Force Academy, Northcott Drive, Campbell, ACT 2600
Dress: S7/Business attire
Cost: $50.00 for ANI Members and non-members (includes morning tea and lunch).
ADFA Midshipmen and Officer Cadets: complimentary registration
Details: Phone: +61 (0) 2 6290 1505; Mail: PO Box 241, Deakin West ACT 2600;
The second Naval Studies Group seminar marking the 50th anniversary of RAN involvement in the Vietnam War will be the RAN Helicopter Flight in Vietnam. The seminar will be held in the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Nowra from 1300 – 1715 on Monday 16 October, as part of the RAN HFV reunion. Continue reading
The ANI is proud to sponsor, along with the RAN Seapower Centre and the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society, a lecture by world-renowned naval analyst Dr Norman Friedman in Canberra on Wednesday 11 October. Dr Friedman will offer his expert assessment of the strategic calculus driving the North Korean regime’s nuclear weapons program. He will also examine the role of Chinese and Russian policy towards the Korean Peninsula, as well as canvassing policy options for the United States and its allies. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session.
The free lecture will be held at the Ngunnawal R1 Theatrette from 0930-1100. Bookings are not necessary but seats will be offered on a first come basis. The theatrette will be open from 0900.
Dear ANI member,
On behalf of the President and Council, I am pleased to advise that the ANI will have a small booth at the forthcoming Pacific 2017 Exposition, incorporating the Seapower Conference 2017, at the International Convention centre in Sydney – Darling Harbour.
We will need to man this booth over the course of the three days of the expo, 3-5 Oct, and also some assistance to ‘bump in’ – set up the booth on Mon 2 Oct.
We see this as a responsibility for all members of the ANI, as this represents an opportunity to increase our membership, and thus our funds to contribute to the ANI’s goals. In years gone by, we have had then Vice President CDRE RJ Griggs (now VCDF) manning the booth. I intend to contribute and I invite you to as well.
Volunteers are asked to contact ASLT Simon Telfer (Simon.Telfer@defence.gov.au) with preferred days/times and he will coordinate a watchbill to man the booth in one hour tricks, plus any volunteers to set up on 2 Oct.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Justin Jones, CSC