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Minister for Defence Industry visits US

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The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon. Pat Conroy, visited the United States this week to meet with key officials and defence industry leaders,...

Four nations in first maritime cooperative activity

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Australia, Japan, the Philippines and the United States conducted the first multilateral maritime cooperative activity on 7 April, demonstrating a collective commitment to promote...

RNZAF Poseidon Deploys to Japan

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On 10 April the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) announced it would will for the first time deploy a P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft...

Maldives using drones to monitor EEZ

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The Maldives government has introduced Turkish-built Bayraktar TB2 drones into service while standing up a new Air Corps tasked with monitoring the island nation’s...

UK warship flies battle flag

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HMS Richmond spent nearly six weeks’ in the line of fire around the Bab-al-Mandeb Strait and Gulf of Aden, where merchant shipping has come...

Indonesia closer to French sub deal

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France has been offering Scorpene for years. On February 10, 2022, Naval Group and Indonesian state-owned shipbuilder, PT PAL Indonesia, signed an MoU on...

Japan set to join AUKUS Pillar II

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Japan is set to participate in the second pillar of the AUKUS pact with Australia, the United Kingdom and United States in the first...

US shipbuilding years behind

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Several of the U.S. Navy’s top shipbuilding programs are running one year to three years behind schedule, as the service and the industrial base...

US Army looks at watercraft needs

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The U.S. Army has reexamined its watercraft needs as it prepares for potential complex operations in challenging environments like the Indo-Pacific theater, according to...

Rethinking Australia’s maritime trade

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By Richard Dunley* Last week, ASPI released an important new report on Australian maritime trade. This is a critical subject, about which far too little...