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The future is now, Defence Minister says

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By Brendan Nicholson* Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has mapped out why Australia needs to quickly develop a much more potent defence force to deal with...

US Navy to work on race barriers

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Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday plans to stand up a Navy task force that will look for ways to remove racial barriers...

NATO starts anti-submarine exercise

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The U.S. and five other NATO allies have kicked off exercise Dynamic Mongoose off the coast of Iceland on Monday to enhance their anti-submarine...

Defence spending unaffected by Covid

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By Marus Hellyer* The big question heading into the defence strategic update that Prime Minister Scott Morrison launched yesterday was what impact the Covid-19 crisis...

RAN’s role in the Suez Crisis

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This paper was written for the Naval Historical Society of Australia by Society volunteer, Commander Martin Linsley RAN Rtd. Its genesis was a list...

Sydney City Marine gets ADF docking qualification

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Sydney City Marine (SCM) has been assessed by the Naval Technical Bureau (NTB) as having achieved the requirements of the Australian Defence Force Maritime...

Farewell to Vice Admiral Ian MacDougall

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By LCDR Alistair Tomlinson Australia’s most senior submariner and former Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ian MacDougall AC AFSM RAN, has died at age...

Long history of various maritime security threats

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By James Goldrick* As a former naval officer and current student of maritime affairs, I have long been infuriated by the blanket use of the...

How Japan deals with Chinese undersea fleet

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Japanese forces chased a Chinese submarine out of Japanese waters on Thursday. Officials in Tokyo characterized the sub’s infiltration as part of China’s escalating...

Congress slows Pentagon’s unmanned push

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Unmanned surface vessels are all the rage in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the U.S. Navy has lined up behind the...