Australian Defence Force Journal №204 2018

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Australian Defence Force Journal


Год / месяц: 2018/3
Номер: 204
Страниц: 83
Язык: English
Формат: PDF - 1 MB

The Australian Defence Force Journal is the official journal of the Australian profession of arms. It aims to promote discussion, stimulate thinking, and create debate on the critical issues facing our modern military organisation. It is an avenue for practitioners and commentators within, and those engaged with, our profession of arms to contribute and participate in professional debate.

Foreword 5
Feature: Air Power in the Twenty-First Century
My Fifth Generation 7
Wing Commander Chris McInnes, Royal Australian Air Force
Contesting ideas: the importance of encouraging critical discussion to the future of Australian air power 11
Wing Commander Travis Hallen, Royal Australian Air Force
Air power in the 21st century: enduring trends and uncertain futures 15
Dr Sanu Kainikara, Air Power Development Centre
Fifth-generation air warfare 23
Group Captain Peter Layton, Royal Australian Air Force
Is relying solely on smart weapons a smart approach? 33
Warrant Officer David Turnbull, Royal Australian Air Force
Open system architectures for the ADF: opportunities and challenges 41
Dr Shane Dunn, Defence Science and Technology Group
Wing Commander Jesse Laroche, Royal Australian Air Force
Group Captain Pete Mitchell, DSC, OAM, Royal Australian Air Force
The current crisis in the Persian Gulf in the context of hybrid warfare 53
Associate Professor Sascha-Dominik Bachmann, Bournemouth University and Swedish Defence University
Bridging the gap between cyber strategy and operations: a missing layer of policy 61
Major Christopher Wardrop, Australian Army
Australia’s petroleum supply and its implications for the ADF 71
Major Keyurkumar Patel, Australian Army
Book reviews 77

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