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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Holes in Australia’s weapon capability need to be filled

F-111 Pig (Aardvark)In my final year in the RAAF as a fighter pilot, I attended a senior officers joint warfare course which included naval and army officers.

The war scenario that we were required to analyse was that a major power, with significant naval assets including an aircraft carrier, had invaded and established a considerable military force presence in north Western Australia.

Due to the size of our coastline and our limited logistic ability, we were unable to prevent the successful hostile establishment of a bridgehead.

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