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Armidale, a new film of naval courage

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Despite Australia’s rich military history and plethora of tales of underdog battlefront spirit, our list war movies is surprisingly short, with recent flicks like...

Two new vessels for RNZN

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The Royal New Zealand Navy’s (RNZN’s) new fleet tanker/replenishment vessel sailed into Auckland Harbour on 26 June following a 15-day journey from the South...

USS Preble and Coast Guard in massive drug seizure

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The guided-missile destroyer Preble and a U.S. Coast Guard law enforcement detachment recovered more than $40 million worth of cocaine during a just concluded...

More Arctic naval co-operation sought

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The head of U.S. naval forces in Europe would like to see more coordination and more dialogue in the Arctic, where military and commercial...

No reinstatement for Roosevelt captain

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Capt. Brett Crozier, who commanded USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) until April, will not be reinstated to lead the ship, will not be eligible for...

US to pay $9.5b for two N-subs

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The U.S. Navy is poised to ink almost $10.4 billion in contracts with General Dynamics Electric Boat to procure the first two Columbia-class ballistic...

China’s likely response if Vietnam takes legal action

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Laura Zhou, Beijing Bureau, South China Morning Post, asked: Over the past week there have been more open discussions in China about how China should...

China plants long-term seeds in South China Sea

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By Ben Werner China is tightening its grip on disputed claims in the South China Sea by beefing up its military capability and planting the...

French sub burns in fierce fire

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One of France’s six Rubis-class nuclear-powered submarines, the Perle, burned for more than 14 hours “in an unbelievably fierce fire” June 12 in dry...

HMS Queen Elizabeth set for strike operations

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Aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has been declared “trained and safe” to conduct carrier strike operations, the UK Defence Journal reports. Cdre Steve Moorhouse, Commander...