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5 Jun 2019

The carrier question and Australia’s options

As Korea, Japan, China and India continue to invest in aircraft carriers to enhance their maritime security and power projection capabilities – the ...
4 Jun 2019
Chinese Navy port call raises eyebrows and concerns
In an apparently planned port visit, three People’s Liberation Army Navy vessels have entered Sydney Harbour on their return voyage from the Gulf of...
4 Jun 2019
Pacific Vanguard exercise concludes near Guam
The first iteration of Exercise Pacific Vanguard was successfully held off the coast of Guam over the period 22-28 May 2019, Rear Admiral Jonathan Me...
31 May 2019
Photo Essay: Run silent, run deep - The regional sub rivalry in pictures
A few months ago, Defence Connect provided an in-depth analysis of the regional submarine environment of the Indo-Pacific, which generated significant...
31 May 2019
HMAS Ballarat seizes over $1bn as part of Operation Manitou
The crew of HMAS Ballarat has stopped illegal narcotics in excess of $1 billion from funding terrorism and other illegal activity. ...
30 May 2019
PODCAST: Reflecting on an almost 18-year career with the Royal Australian Navy, Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Raymond
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Raymond recounts that almost half of her life has been spent within the...
30 May 2019
Photo essay: America's floating cities of the Pacific
Across all the world’s navies, there are currently 47 commissioned aircraft carriers in service. The US has 20 of those, with half either based or ...
28 May 2019
Future-proofing Navy and securing shipbuilding jobs
With $90 billion worth of naval shipbuilding programs, the Royal Australian Navy and naval shipbuilding industry would appear to be in an enviable pos...
28 May 2019
Photo Essay: Sustainment history of the Anzac Class
In five years’ time, the Royal Australian Navy’s fleet of Anzac Class frigates will start to be phased out for the Hunter Class, after nearly two ...
28 May 2019
DST research collaboration to enhance submarine stealth
Defence has signed a three-year collaboration agreement with universities and industry to develop new acoustic materials that will make Australian sub...
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