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Allies Must Develop Own Robots, Not Just ‘Copy’ US: Aussie War College Chief

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“If at some point in future, you need to expand your capability, expand your military,” Maj. Gen. Ryan said, “Australia’s at the end of a very long line of industrial resupply, and we might want to have the capacity ourselves.”

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Allies And The Maritime Domain Strike Enterprise

Posted by Robbin Laird on


The UK, Norway and the US have signed an agreement to work together on anti-submarine warfare (ASW) in the North Atlantic which will leverage the joint acquisition of the P-8 aircraft, another example of the US and its allies an evolving defense capability in which allies are clearly key partners. The P-8s is part of… Keep reading →

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More Than Joint: The Aussies Forge A Way Ahead

Posted by Robbin Laird on


Australian Air Marshal Leo Davies highlighted the “institutional interoperability which the Royal Australian Air Force was shaping with its closest allies, and notably with the US Air Force and the US Navy during his recent visit to the US. The Aussies are not simply camp followers – they are shaping a way ahead an integrated… Keep reading →

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Australia Crafts Its Own Anti-Access, Area Denial Strategy  

Posted by Robbin Laird on


The Australian military is shaping a transformed military force, one built around new platforms but ones that operate in a joint manner in an extended battlespace. The goal is to extend the defense perimeter of Australia and create, in effect, their own version of an Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) strategy. They also recognize a key reality of 21st… Keep reading →

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