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US forces in integrated training off Japan

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The Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group is conducting drills off the coast of Northern Japan with land-based Navy and Air Force units last week...

South China Sea explainer

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An excellent "explainer" summary of what is happening in the South China and its importance to Australia has been written by The Sydney Morning...

New research on RAN’s role in Asia

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The Sea Power Centre Australia and Macquarie University have collaborated in a research project on the way Australia conducts its naval diplomacy and joint...

NUSHIP Supply getting ready for commissioning

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The next next major fleet unit to be commissioned into the RAN, NUSHIP Supply (II), has undertaken Sea Acceptance Trials in Spain. It is the lead...

RNZN launches largest vessel

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The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) commissioned its new fleet tanker/replenishment vessel, HMNZSAotearoa (A 11), in a ceremony held on 29 July at Devonport...

Magic trick at AUSMIN talks

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By Michael Shoebridge* Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds pulled off a magic trick at this week’s AUSMIN meeting. Australian decisions...

PNG sides with China on Hong Kong law

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By Jeffrey Wall* The United Nations Human Rights Council recently voted on a resolution supporting China’s draconian national security law that has effectively crushed free...

Canada looks to replace “seaman” with “sailor” in ranks

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The Royal Canadian Navy has is looking to replace the rank titles of those with the word ‘Seaman’ (Ordinary, Able, Leading and Master Seaman)...

Upgrades to Anzac Class sonar nearly complete

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Upgrades to the Spherion B sonar processing systems in the Navy’s Anzac Class Frigates under SEA 1408 Phase 2 is almost complete, the Navy...

Lessons from the Cod Wars

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By Walker D. Mills* Atlantic Cod vary in color from grey to greenish-brown and can grow to be as large as five feet long (though...