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Russian n-sub tests ICBMs

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A Russian nuclear submarine on Saturday successfully test-fired four intercontinental ballistic missiles in a show of readiness of Moscow’s nuclear forces amid tension with...

All three Hobart class in exercise

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Royal Australian Navy’s three Hobart-class destroyers have exercised together for the first time, demonstrating their cooperative-engagement capabilities, Contact magazine reports. HMA Ships Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney...

Australia needs more links with democracies, fewer with China

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By Peter Jennings* Here’s a priority list for Foreign Minister Marise Payne’s foreign arrangements taskforce to apply the Australian government’s new veto power over states’...

Russia and China team up on Indian Ocean

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Two recent naval exercises demonstrate the potential for Russia-China cooperation in the Indian Ocean, and how the two present a much greater threat to a...

Aerial drones from subs to sink ships

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The name of the game in the Pacific is stand-off range. But with longer range torpedoes and anti-ship missiles in the arsenal, submariners are...

UK doubles down on frigate building

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Work has begun on a huge hall for the Royal Navy’s next-generation Type 31 frigates – to build two ships side-by-side. Standing at 147 metres...

Blue crime’s toll in the Pacific

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Serious offences are taking place on, in, or across the Pacific maritime domain that put at risk the political stability and economic interests of...

Resetting Northern Australia’s national security posture

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John Coyne's report highlights the vast economic opportunities in northern Australia and how they can contribute to our national security. The author makes the case...

Watch Teddy Sheean’s investiture

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Here is the link to the ABC's coverage of Teddy Sheean's Victoria Cross investiture. https://iview.abc.net.au/show/victoria-cross-investiture-of-teddy-sheean

Four more Pearl Harbour dead identified

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Officially, the U.S. death toll in the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor is 2,403. But the books have yet to be closed...