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A full deck for HMS Queen Elizabeth

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HMS Queen Elizabeth will embark two F-35 Squadrons and a full rotary wing group. A US Marine Corps F-35B squadron will join a squadron of...

HMAS Toowoomba begins upgrade

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A fifth Anzac Class warship has entered BAE Systems Australia's Henderson facility as part of the fleet upgrade that will keep the ships in...

HMAS Sirius gives invaluable support during RIMPAC

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HMAS Sirius has proven invaluable during her current international deployment, not only to the Australian ships in the Task Group but to multiple partner...

NUSHIP Supply heads for Australia

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The Royal Australian Navy’s lead ship of the Supply Class auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) ships, NUSHIP Supply, has set sail from Navantia’s Ferrol shipyard for Australia,...

USS Fitzgerald: US civilian board faults US Navy

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Disorganization and a lack of situational awareness by the on-watch crew of the U.S. Navy destroyer Fitzgerald was the primary cause of the collision...

Indonesia should be wary of China’s maritime plans

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By Aristyo Rizka Darmawan* Jakarta has long made clear its position as a non-claimant state on the South China Sea, stating its principal interest in...

Big Russian naval exercise near Alaska

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The Russian navy conducted major war games near Alaska involving dozens of ships and aircraft, the military said Friday, the biggest such drills in...

Aiding our ally: some options for Australia

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(This article first appeared in the Australian Journal of Defence and Strategic Studies and is republished with the permission of the author. Page breaks...

Submarines: the industry policy puzzle

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By Graeme Dobell* For subs (and ships) we do defence as industry policy. Build our own naval muscle and build our economy. Protect sovereignty and...

US Navy chasing the impossible

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By Brendan Thomas-Noone* Several months ago, US Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite said he believed the service was ‘at a turning point’ in its history. The...