The Reading List is a selection of books recommended by the Chief of Navy.
Following the Japanese advance throughout S.E. Asia and the Pacific during WWII the US made a strategic decision to base a number of its submarines in Australia. From those bases a determined submarine offensive was launched against Japanese sea lines of communication.
On the final day of the 2013 Sea Power Conference, the Chief of Navy launched a new book published by the Sea Power Centre – Australia. A Maritime School of Strategic Thought for Australia: Perspectives ...
For the third year in a row, Captain Justin Jones, RAN, has spoken at the National Maritime Foundation’s Annual Maritime Power conference...
The Sea Power Centre - Australia actively researches the history of the Australian Navy from colonial times to present day. Much of this research appears on our dedicated history site which is frequently updated with new content.
The diverse events that took place during 11-14 September 1914, although now largely forgotten in the annals of Australia’s military history, formed the cornerstone on which the RAN’s enduring tradition of achievement has since been built.
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The Sea Power Centre - Australia is proud to launch this website dedicated to fostering and encouraging development of maritime strategic thought.
We are currently in the process of migrating our range of publications from the Royal Australian Navy website to this website. In the meantime, should you be unable to find the publication you are after, please visit the Royal Australian Navy's Publications page.
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The Indian Ocean Naval Symposium, commonly known as IONS, is a forum to increase...
On the final day of the 2013 Sea Power Conference, the Chief of Navy launched a...