In terms of National Power in the past, the majority of modern “Grey-Zone” activities centred on clear Diplomatic, Information, non-lethal Military and Economic actions. What is concerning are the blurred lines developing between these instruments, where often State actions do not meet perceived intent creating confusion in the rules-based global order.
Limited by resources and size the F-35 was the best, and largely only, option available to the ADF that guaranteed long term defense interests.
There is a growing threat to societies, and their critical infrastructure as more actors take to the skies.
For several decades, the relationship between Australia and India seemed limited to Commonwealth, cricket and curry.
Winner of the WOFF-AF Creative Writing Award, this Blog investigates how Air Force can improve its enlisted aviators opportunities without requiring them to commission.
Airbases do not feature significantly in the history of air power unless they are denied.
The Air Power Development Centre has supported the development of Air Power concepts and strategies since 2004.
Defence can only achieve an intellectual edge if its members are consistently engaged and curious.