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ABOUT THE PUBLICATION

ABOUT THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY

The Royal Australian Navy is one of the most sophisticated and capable naval forces in the Pacific region, with a significant and continuing presence in the three oceans that surround Australia. The Navy has a worldwide reach in support of Australia’s military and diplomatic commitments overseas.

As the Royal Australian Navy enters its second century, Australians can remain confident that their Navy possess the capabilities to successfully preserve and defend our maritime interests, and will have continued success in all of its worldwide operations, military campaigns and peacekeeping missions.

ABOUT THE PUBLICATION

Navy OUTLOOK is designed to communicate the Royal Australian Navy’s current and future plans, programs and budgetary needs. The publication is targeted at decision-makers throughout the defence and maritime industries. It also addresses policymakers in Canberra on the current condition of the senior service – enabling them to make more informed judgements on decisions that profoundly affect the development of the Royal Australian Navy.

Navy OUTLOOK delivers vital information to professionals in the military, government and industry. Covering programs, budgets and issues across every community in the Navy, the publication is an essential reference tool for anyone in the business of managing or supplying to the Royal Australian Navy.

Written by subject-matter experts and featuring interviews with Navy leadership, Navy OUTLOOK provides a top-down, panoramic view of the Navy from the perspective of the individuals shaping its future.

From the ‘Year in Review’, to in-depth reports on the Navy’s shipbuilding enterprise plan, and its continuous shipbuilding program, to new capabilities, ship upgrades, latest defence technologies, training, operations and deployments, Navy OUTLOOK details the major programs and initiatives the Royal Australian Navy is undertaking.

The publication will be perfect bound, glossy, and produced to the highest quality, using the latest digital technology to combine designer page layouts and eye-catching photography.

As the Royal Australian Navy enters its second century, Australians can remain confident that their Navy possess the capabilities to successfully preserve and defend our maritime interests, and will have continued success in all of its worldwide operations, military campaigns and peacekeeping missions.

2021/22 EDITORIAL SYNOPSIS

Opening Interview: VADM Michael Noonan, Chief of Navy

Interview: Rear Admiral Mark Hammond, Commander Australian Fleet

Interview: Warrant Officer Deb Butterworth, Warrant Officer of the Navy - The voice for the enlisted

Navy People Branch

CDRE Matt Buckley, Director-General of Navy People

Navy People Wellbeing Program and Workforce Generation System (roll-out of Local Career Management Cells and Crew Readying Support Groups)

Future Navy Workforce Branch

CDRE Anthony Klenthis and CAPT Virginia Hayward 

Navy Mastery Model and Navy Workforce Plan

CMDR Sally O’Connor - Social Mastery

Training Force

CDRE Charles Huxtable

Project Vela and its replacement project

CAPT Tony Mullan, Director Navy Training

CAPT Pat O’Brien, Director Training Strategy and Futures

National Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise & Maintenance and Sustainment

Tony Dalton, Deputy Secretary National Naval Shipbuilding Office to discuss the National Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise

Rear Admiral Wendy Malcolm, Head of Maritime Systems to discuss Plan Galileo, maintenance and sustainment, and the importance of sustainment and maintenance facilities in the States and Territories (SA, NSW, WA, NT, far North QLD etc)

Rear Admiral Peter Quinn, Head of Navy Capability to discuss the status of current programs and platforms (Air Warfare Destroyer, Offshore Patrol Vessels, Hunter Class, Current Submarines, HMAS Supply etc) and the ships being commissioned soon, as well as the future Navy including ASV and the autonomous Navy

Additional Articles

Spotlights on capabilities and milestones expected for 2022 – supplied by the Royal Australian Navy

Major Service Providers and how they assist the Department of Defence and Navy in the maritime domain

National Fuel Storage Initiative and its impact for Defence and Navy

* Confirmed synopsis current as of September 6, 2021
** Editorial contents subject to change

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DISTRIBUTION

Navy, ADF and Government

• All Navy personnel (Officers and Enlisted)
• Government leaders and members of the Commonwealth Parliament including the offices of the Prime Minister, Minister for Defence, and the Minister for Defence Materiel.
• Senior personnel throughout the ADF including the Australian Army, Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), the Defence Science and Technology Group (DST), and the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG).

Private Sector

• Senior executives from prime & sub contractors to the Royal Australian Navy.
• Project managers for major contracts.
• Executive management at the top defence firms.

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