Recapitalisation: is the Navy big enough

Anzac-class frigates HMAS Ballarat (155), HMAS Stuart (153) and HMAS Anzac (150) transit through Cockburn Sound in Western Australia on the way to Fleet Base West.

By Stephen Kuper, of Defence Connect

As a maritime nation Australia is dependent on unlimited access to the ocean – as the regional paradigm changes, placing greater strain on the Navy to protect the national interests, is the Navy large enough to execute the mission in a radically evolving geo-political and strategic order?

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