Defence white paper 2016

Defence white paper 2016

Defence white paper 2016

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Minister’s Introduction . 9
Executive Summary. 13
Strategy. 14
Australia’s strategic outlook. 14
Australia’s defence strategy . 17
Capability. 18
A more capable, agile and potent future force. 18
Australian defence industry and innovation. 20
Shipbuilding . 21
Defence posture – more active and internationally engaged . 21
International engagement. 22
Defence preparedness . 22
People. 23
Resources. 24
Reform. 24
Funding. 24
Implementation . 25
Chapter One: The Government’s Approach to Defence. 29
The purpose of this Defence White Paper. 29
Why now?. 30
Managing strategic risk. 32
Chapter Two: Strategic Outlook. 39
Australia’s security environment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
The United States and China. 41
The rules-based global order. 44
The threat of terrorism and foreign terrorist fighters. 46
State fragility. 48
Military modernisation . 49
Cyber and space . 51
Regional security environments. 53
Australia’s borders and offshore territories . 53
Our immediate neighbourhood. 54
South East Asia . 56
Indonesia. 59
North Asia. 60
South Asia and the Indian Ocean Rim. 61
The Middle East. 63
Weapons of Mass Destruction . 64
Chapter Three: Australia’s Defence Strategy. 67
Australia’s Strategic Defence Framework. 68
Strategic Defence Interests . 68
A secure, resilient Australia, with secure northern approaches and
proximate sea lines of communication. 68
A secure nearer region, encompassing maritime South East Asia
and the South Pacific. 69
A stable Indo-Pacific region and a rules-based global order . 70
Strategic Defence Objectives. 71
Deter, deny and defeat attacks on or threats to Australia and its national
interests, and northern approaches. 71
Make effective military contributions to support the security of maritime
South East Asia and support the governments of Papua New Guinea,
Timor-Leste and of Pacific Island Countries to build and strengthen
their security . 74
Contribute military capabilities to coalition operations that support
Australia’s interests in a rules-based global order. 75
Implications for force structure and force posture. 77
Chapter Four: The Future Australian Defence Force . 83
Designing the future force. 84
Capability priorities. 86
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Space, Electronic
Warfare, and Cyber Security. 86
Maritime Operations and Anti-Submarine Warfare Forces. 89
Strike and Air Combat . 94
Land Combat and Amphibious Warfare. 97
Key Enablers . 100
Air and Sea Lift. 106
Industry, innovation, research and development. 108
A new approach to Australian defence industry policy. 108
A new approach to defence innovation . 111
Shipbuilding . 113
Chapter Five: Positioning Defence for Tomorrow’s Challenges. 117
International engagement. 117
International defence relationships. 120
The Australia-United States Alliance. 121
New Zealand . 124
Indonesia. 125
The South Pacific. 126
Timor-Leste . 128
South East Asia . 128
North Asia. 132
South Asia. 134
Global relationships. 135
Defence preparedness . 140
Current operations. 141
Chapter Six: People. 145
Growing the integrated Defence workforce. 146
Permanent Australian Defence Force. 146
Reserves . 148
Australian Public Service . 149
Recruiting the people we need. 150
Developing our people. 152
Retaining our people. 153
Defence culture. 154
Looking after our people . 156
The Defence community . 159
Delivering the future workforce. 160
Chapter Seven: Reform of Defence . 165
The First Principles Review – The Government’s reform program. 165
A strong strategic centre. 168
Capability development life cycle. 170
Corporate and military enablers . 172
Implementing the First Principles Review. 174
Chapter Eight: Funding Defence . 177
The Government’s plan for funding Defence. 177
The funding model . 177
How will Defence funding be spent? . 181
Budgeting in Defence . 182
Chapter Nine: Implementing this Defence White Paper. 185

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