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THE Abbott government will need to make tough decisions on defence and cut back on capabilities if it's not prepared to stump up the necessary funds for a modern force, a new study says. Australia's regional military edge is slipping as other nations
Lance Corporal Stjepan Milosevic, Sapper James Martin and Private Robert Poate were allegedly shot dead by Afghan sergeant Hekmatullah in Oruzgan province last year. The victims' families called for a coronial inquest into the incident following the
Philippines Representatives from the Philippine Navy for the first time went to Australia where they joined their counterparts in training exercises as part of the Status of Visiting Forces Agreement that was ratified by the Philippine Senate in 2012.
Afghan soldier arrested over Australia soldier deaths Australia has troops in Afghanistan training and mentoring the Afghan army A former Afghan National Army soldier accused of killing three Australian soldiers has been captured and will be put on
It is a week that could change lives, and the make-up of the Australian Defence Force. The Royal Australian Air Force is hosting its first flight camp at Amberley air base in Queensland to encourage more females to consider a career in the armed
Prabhdeep Srawn's sister Mandeep told media that a reward of Australian $50,000 that was offered in June this year and later increased to Australian $100,000 for information about the missing person was withdrawn Tuesday following discussions with
Now that the policy is being revived as one of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's key election promises, Admiral Barrie fears there will be a return to people smugglers sabotaging their boats. He says previously, people smugglers would destroy their
BAE Systems, Beechcraft and CAE have partnered in a bid to win an Australian Defense Force program for a new pilot training system. T-6C has amassed more than 2 million flying hours and has proven its ability as a versatile, cost-effective platform. "
Poor leadership and a "risk-tolerant culture" has been uncovered at the New Zealand Defence Force by an independent probe that has today made 20 urgent recommendations to overhaul its lax health and safety policies. The expert review panel was
If they can't agree to end the practice, then defence force chief General David Hurley and service bosses will need to halt it, Australia Defence Association (ADA) executive director Neil James says. Both Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd used army bases