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  1. 5 days ago · Royal Australian Navy. Retrieved 30 January 2023. ^ Chris Ritchie was promoted to VAdm and served as Commander Australian Theatre 2001-2002 prior to serving as Chief of Navy ^ Tomlinson, Alister; Barlass, Tim (13 July 2020). "Naval gunnery officer awarded DSC for Korean War bombardment". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 15 July 2020.

  2. Jan 31, 2023 · The navy is one of the largest and most sophisticated naval forces in the South Pacific region with a significant presence in the Indian Ocean and worldwide operations in support of military campaigns and peacekeeping missions. As of 2022 Royal Australian Navy operates: 2x Canberra class Landing helicopter dock 3x Hobart class Destroyers

  3. 4 days ago · The regiment is based at Campbell Barracks, in Swanbourne, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, and is a direct command unit of the Special Operations Command. It has taken part in operations in Borneo, Vietnam, Somalia, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as many other peacekeeping missions.

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    4 days ago · The Royal Navy maintains a fleet of technologically sophisticated ships, submarines, and aircraft, including 2 aircraft carriers, 2 amphibious transport docks, 4 ballistic missile submarines (which maintain the nuclear deterrent ), 6 nuclear fleet submarines, 6 guided missile destroyers, 12 frigates, 9 mine-countermeasure vessels and 26 patrol …

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  6. 6 days ago · The list of ship launches in 1941 includes a chronological list of ships launched in 1941. In cases where no official launching ceremony was held, the date built or completed may be used instead. References [ edit] ^ a b Mitchell & Sawyer 1990, p. 38. ^ a b c Mitchell & Sawyer 1990, p. 24. ^ Mitchell & Sawyer 1990, pp. 62–63.

  7. These are my two. I think you can tell which one I find more favourable: Less investment in ground capability (tanks), more air and sea (jets, subs) to meet the strategic environment in the South China Sea. Stifled investment in jets and pilots in favour of unproven drones. Worth merit? If anyone has any predictions they’d like to add, feel free.

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