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Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.

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Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/australia-indonesia-agree-to-further-defence-co-operation-interoperability/

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/australia-indonesia-agree-to-further-defence-co-operation-interoperability/

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/australia-indonesia-agree-to-further-defence-co-operation-interoperability/

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening...

Australia, Indonesia agree to further defence co-operation, interoperability

by Julian Kerr

Australia and Indonesia have renewed a defence co-operation arrangement in a move aimed at deepening interoperability and enhancing ties between the two countries' forces, Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton announced on 9 September.

The agreement, which was first signed in 2012 and last updated in 2018, underlines Canberra and Jakarta's commitment to bolstering defence co-operation on shared security challenges, with Dutton pointing out in a statement that the renewal will result in increased joint training initiatives and operational activities, as well as in more cadets from the Indonesian National Armed Forces studying at Australian defence education facilities.


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DSEI 2021: Royal Navy sets out its course to ‘podularisation'

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) is pressing ahead with plans to develop and demonstrate a suite of modular and interchangeable mission containers that are designed to support the rapid deployment of role-based capability around the fleet.

Prototypes of Navy Persistent Operational Deployment System (NavyPODS) are planned to enter test and evaluation in early 2022. The RN foresees deployment of production-standard modules across a range of current and future platforms.


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RoCAF aircraft conduct first emergency landing drill on highway

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

RoCAF F-CK-1 Ching Kuo, F-16V, and Mirage 2000-5 fighter aircraft along with an E-2K aircraft during emergency take-off and landing drills that were conducted from a provincial highway in Taiwan on 15 September during this year's ‘Han Kuang' military exercises. (Military News Agency )

Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) aircraft have taken part in a take-off and landing exercise in which they used highways as emergency airstrips for the first time.


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US, UK, Australia launch new security partnership with nuclear-submarine development plan

by Michael Fabey

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have started a collaborative effort to develop a nuclear-powered submarine to replace Australian's conventionally powered Collins-class vessels. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Leaders from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia detailed a new security partnership on 15 September called AUKUS, for which the first initiative will be to collaborate on developing a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.


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