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Hunter class schedule under pressure

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By Marcus Hellyer* The Hunter class’s schedule is under pressure. Granted, the government and Defence are confident they will achieve the milestone of prototyping on...

The submarine capability gap

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The 2020 Defence Strategic Update released by the Morrison government on 1 July concluded that Australia’s strategic environment is deteriorating – and deteriorating faster...

Taiwan to build its own submarines

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Taiwan's president inaugurated the production of domestically made submarines Tuesday in the southern city of Kaohsiung, in a step forward for the island's defense...

UK to be Europe’s foremost naval power

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced Britain's biggest boost in military spending since the end of the Cold War, as the country looks to...

USS Ford’s vast 5-acre deck

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Even for those familiar with the impressive acreage of a Nimitz-class carrier flight deck, the vastness of the Gerald R. Ford's flattop is eye-watering. While...

US Navy Secretary pushes extra Indo-Pacific role

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The United States should boost its military presence in the Indo-Pacific region with a new numbered fleet, possibly based in Singapore, according to the...

US military recognises climate change as key threat

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The Defense Department Inspector General's annual list of challenges for the military in the coming year features a newcomer: the long-term threat to installations...

Annual ship-building report needed

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There are a lot of moving parts involved in the ramp-up of the government’s naval shipbuilding enterprise. It’s hard for anybody to keep track...

Europe’s growing Indo-Pacific interest

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By Lisa Louis* The Netherlands recently published its first official strategy paper for the Indo-Pacific, just ten weeks after Germany had brought out its own....

Malabar: Australian message to China

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After a gap of 13 years, Australian forces joined their counterparts from the United States, Japan and India (not 2020) an annual naval exercise in the...