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Korea stages 21st shipboard debate

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On 30 May the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) held the 21st Shipboard Debate on both the large amphibious ship ROKS Dokdo and the...

Navy Training System Centre – West opens

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The RAN’s current and future training capability has been greatly increased thanks to the delivery of a new state-of-the-art facility at HMAS Stirling, Rockingham,...

Improve understanding of deterrence

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Australia needs urgently to improve its understanding of deterrence so that it can build an effective strategy to respond to future provocation and malicious...

‘Fat Leonard’ convictions quashed

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A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed the felony convictions of five retired military officers who had admitted to accepting bribes from a Malaysian contractor...

Australia should lead on critical minerals

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By Kim Beazley* Australia has the chance to resolve the problems the AUKUS partners and their friends and allies have with critical minerals, particularly with...

BAE leading manager wins McNeil Prize

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The 2024 ANI McNeil Prize has been awarded to Craig Lockhart from BAE Systems Australia. At the Australian Naval Institute’s Annual Dinner on 15 May, the Chief...

The long arc of Australian defence strategy

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By Michael Pezzullo* Kim Beazley was appointed as Minister for Defence on 13 December 1984. He oversaw a revolution in Australian defence, as profoundly important...

US Navy recruitment challenges

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The Navy’s ongoing struggle to meet recruitment missions and the Marine Corps’ growing concerns over the shrinking pool of possible enlistees topped a Senate...

Projected defence spending up 11pc

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By David Uren* The Australian federal budget shows defence will receive a significant increase in funding over the next decade under the new National Defence...

Sea blindness in the ADF

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By Nereus* ‘We do not have that sense of the sea and our surroundings which is generally developed in an island people’1 For a country that's...