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The RAN in the Gulf

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Commencing on 9 November, the Australian Naval History podcast series will release four episodes of the RAN in the Gulf on successive Mondays. Professor...

US and China race for naval dominance

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The race between China and the United States to develop a more capable navy is expected to further intensify, with Washington planning to equip its...

UK Cold War monster destroyer retired

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Cold War military history is full of “might-have-beens,” with canceled projects ranging from nuclear-reactor-juggling tracked mecha-robots, to electron guns that would generate invisible radar-absorbing...

Australian Malabar role helps Indian defence

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By Prakash Gopal The inclusion of Australia in the 2020 Exercise Malabarsignals India’s resolve to defend its interests in the region. Lying at the south-eastern extremity...

US boosts Coast Guard presence

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The U.S. national security adviser said on Friday the U.S Coast Guard was basing Enhanced Response Cutters in the western Pacific for maritime security...

Cost advantage of unmanned vessels

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With the Pentagon pitching a future naval force design that calls for as many as 240 unmanned and optionally manned ships on the surface...

Japanese F35As train with USS America

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Land-based Japanese F-35As trained alongside the U.S. Navy’s first-in-class amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA-6) in the western Pacific during “advanced combined operations” earlier...

Australia to join Malabar exercise

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Australia will join the India-led Malabar 2020 naval exercise next month, operating along with the U.S. and Japan in an exercise meant to send...

Gone today, hair tomorrow?

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Sailors looking back fondly on those hirsute days of yesteryear when they could grow beards without the chief going ballistic have been given the...

Chagos: a year since UK was ordered out

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By Nilanthi Samaranayake* November 2020 will mark the one-year anniversary when the United Kingdom should have left the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, as...