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Why are submarines so slow?

Submarines are among the most fascinating and powerful machines in the world. They can dive deep into the oceans and […]

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Reasons Why China's Military is Weaker Than You Think

China’s Military: The Hidden Weaknesses You Didn’t Know!  China aims to be the top global power by 2049, but can […]

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What Americans are really thinking!

Newsmax’s “What Americans Really Think” features Carl Higbie, who offers direct commentary on current events and the general sentiment of […]

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Tragic Downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Remembered

On July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was tragically shot down over […]

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Join the Bravery Trek: A Five-Week Challenge to Support Australian Defence Force Veterans

Registrations are now open for Bravery Trust’s annual five-week physical challenge, the Bravery Trek. This event serves as a unified […]

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The MOST INTENSE Battle of the Vietnam War (GRAPHIC FOOTAGE)

It’s June 1967. The Jungle is as inhospitable as it can be for the paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne as […]

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Exercise Austral Shield 2024 Underway: Testing Defence Capabilities in Northern Australia

Australian Defence Force elements both Full-time and Reserve have commenced Exercise Austral Shield 2024, evaluating Defence’s capacity for rapid deployment […]

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New Chief of the Defence Force Admiral David Johnston: Vision and Priorities

Admiral David Johnston, the newly appointed Chief of the Defence Force (CDF), will focus on recruitment, innovative technology, and wellbeing […]

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Saab 37 Viggen: Only Fighter to Ever Catch and 'Missile Lock' the SR-71 Blackbird

Saab 37 Viggen: Only Fighter to Ever Catch and ‘Missile Lock’ the SR-71 Blackbird. The SR-71 Blackbird, introduced during the […]

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Canada to acquire up to 12 new submarines for enhanced Arctic security.

Canada’s Northwest Passage and the broader Arctic region are garnering increased interest from global competitors seeking new transportation routes, natural […]

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Federal Government Resolves Hawkei Vehicle Braking Issue and Awards New Defence Contracts

The federal government has announced that the braking issue found in Hawkei military vehicles has been resolved. The Australian Defence […]

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Operation Irensia: Strengthening Maritime Security in the Pacific

Last month, the Royal Australian Navy’s Maritime Security Advisors (MSAs) and Sea Training Group (STG) launched the inaugural Operation Irensia […]

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Labor Party's Nuclear Energy Stance: A Clear Disconnect

Nuclear for Australia Release Recent events have highlighted how out of step the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP) stance on nuclear […]

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A Critical Examination of the CSIRO's GenCost Report

I am glad the minister made that last comment, because as somebody with a background in science and a qualification […]

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5RAR Deploys to Malaysia for Intensive Training

Members of the 5th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (5RAR), 1st Brigade, along with supporting elements, have deployed to Malaysia […]

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Record-Breaking Exercise Pitch Black Set to Enhance International Air Combat Training

Photo: Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare, or AM) Eurofighter Typhoons taxi at RAAF Base Darwin, followed by an AM KC-767A tanker […]

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Ghost Shark: The Future of Underwater Defence

Dive deep into the future of naval defence with Ghost Shark – Australia’s vanguard in underwater warfare, where innovation meets […]

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Senator Malcolm Roberts Commends Senate Approval of Defence Medals Investigation

Date: 13 July 2024 Location: Canberra, ACT Queensland Senator Malcolm Roberts of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party is pleased to […]

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Calls for Action Over Land Transfer Concerns

Michael Offerdahl, a business owner in Toobeah, fears that 95 percent of the land in his hometown could be transferred […]

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Historic Achievement: First Royal Australian Navy Officers Qualify as Nuclear Engineers in the UK

Three Royal Australian Navy officers have become the first in their service’s history to qualify as nuclear engineers in the […]

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