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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.


Recent posts


The Morrison Government is backing the establishment of the Australian Satellite Manufacturing Hub, helping the nation get its share of the growing global space sector. The Government has today announced it will invest $23.6 million in the $71.4 million Hub, jointly...

Boost to local mental health services in Whitlam

Australians across Whitlam will have easier access to mental health services with the Morrison Government today announcing a new Head to Health adult mental health satellite service in Shellharbour. Liberal Senator for New South Wales, Jim Molan, welcomed the...

Funding extended for Country Universities Centre Snowy Monaro

The Coalition Government will provide Country Universities Centre Snowy Monaro in Cooma with a further four years funding to ensure it will continue to offer students in Cooma the opportunity to participate and succeed in furthering their education. Country...


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