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Patriotism not profits, Navy Secretary pleads

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U.S. Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro has a message for government contractors: Ask not what you can do for your shareholders, ask what you...

Why is Defence so little involved in the defence debate?

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By Jennifer Parker* The federal government has compared our circumstances to those in the lead-up to World War II. Australians are faced with wars in...

Vice Admiral Mead receives US Legion of Merit

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On 8 February Vice Admiral Jonathan Mead, the inaugural Director-General of the Australian Submarine Agency was made a Commander of the US Legion of...

Mental health threat to recruitment

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By Patrick Cooney* As it prepares Australia to defend itself in a contested region, the ADF has put the call out to young people to...

New trades training for Army and Navy

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In a move to bolster the technical prowess of its personnel, Navy and Army have introduced a state-of-the-art joint technical trades training system (JTTTS)....

Boosting Pacific defence diplomacy

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By Joanne Wallis, Quentin Hanich and Michael Rose* Defence diplomacy, the peaceful use of defence resources to pursue foreign and strategic policy objectives, is generally viewed...

Medical ‘truth’ hurts recruitment

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The annals of U.S. military valor feature scores of heroes who concealed part of their medical history to serve their country. Recent changes are...

RAN’s workforce pressures

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By Jennifer Parker* The Government, and many others, have described the grim parallels between Australia’s present strategic circumstances and those leading up to World War...

ANI President congratulated on AM

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The Councillors and Secretariat of the ANI congratulate the Institute’s President Commodore Peter Leavy AM CSM RAN, on his being made a Member of...

RAN personnel recognised in Australia Day honours

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Twenty-two RAN men and women were recognised in Australia Day Honours List. They were: Member of the Order of Australia (AM). Rear Admiral Matthew Paul...