The response is illustrated by recent cases studies.
Carroll concludes that Australia is well-placed to continue to pre-empt and meet the terrorism challenge.
Planning for this invasion began in 1944 and was intended to proceed in two stages: the amphibious invasion of the island of Kyushu, followed by the amphibious invasion of the island of Honshu.
This paper describes the planning for Operation Olympic, the proposed invasion of Kyushu, which the Allies had scheduled for November 1945. Volume II: Enlist now forward to victory and Volume III: Will you help?
Basic assumptions about geographically-defined national borders are changing.United States Army paratroopers jump from a C-17 Globemaster into Shoalwater Bay Training Area on 13 July 2017 during Exercise Talisman Sabre 2017. [Photo: Department of Defence] Command and control of air power Gavin Turnbull Air Vice-Marshal Turnbull outlines the evolution of the command and control of Western air power over the past century, emphasising the importance of centralised control and, to this end, the need for an Air Component Commander and an Aerospace Operations Centre in any unified joint or combined command arrangement.The need to review Australias defence strategy, including the American alliance, is raised by Paul Dibb (pp. He describes the command and control system currently used in Australia.Strategists are being challenged to think beyond detect and disrupt border security operations and to perceive the border as a national security vector.Countries are being polarised between militarisation and securitisation methodologies.Stealth Raiders: a few daring men in 1918 by Lucas Jordan reviewed by Marcus Fielding A comprehensive and vivid exploration of the audaciousunauthorised and stealthy attacks by seasoned infantrymen on the front line, Stealth Raiders showcases the ingenuity of diggers of the Australian Imperial Force at the peak of their powers.