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Jim Molan, Senator for New South Wales, served in the Australian Army for 40 years. Retiring at the rank of Major General in 2008, his service included a broad range of command and staff appointments in operations, training, staff, and military diplomacy. His career saw him deployed to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia, Germany, the US, and Iraq. He is an accomplished infantryman, Indonesian speaker, and helicopter pilot.

National Security Strategy

These articles make the argument that Australia needs a national security strategy (NSS) in order to prepare and defend against potential threats Australia faces in a changing strategic situation, including diminished US power.

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Project grants set to restore fisheries habitats in Gilmore

The Morrison Government has committed $313,500 to enhancing habitat for the Clyde River estuary under the Fisheries Habitat Restoration Program to assist in restoring the health and functionality of coastal and estuarine fisheries habitats. Senator for New South Wales...

RSL LIFECARE AT CENTRE OF WELLBEING FOR REGIONAL NSW VETERANS

VETERANS and their families on the south coast of New South Wales will soon be able to access their support services in the one location with the announcement today that RSL LifeCare will lead and deliver the Veteran Wellbeing Centre in Nowra. Minister for Veterans’...

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