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The Defence Connect Podcast Network hosts a unique series of podcasts, featuring discussions with key enablers from across the Australian defence industry. The podcasts provide the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from a range of guests, which include government officials, ADF personnel, industry stakeholders, and members of the academic community. By aligning ourselves with the ADF and the Commonwealth government, we are uniquely placed to deliver a dynamic 360° platform ...
 
Geointeresting is the official podcast of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Geointeresting features conversations with innovators, explorers and pathfinders. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency delivers world-class geospatial intelligence, or GEOINT, that provides a decisive advantage to warfighters, policymakers, warfighters, intelligence professionals and first responders. Both an intelligence agency and combat support agency, NGA fulfills the president’s national securi ...
 
Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole features weekly guests from the military, police and law enforcement, and firefighting community discussing issues important to our Nation’s defenders and first responders. Information on upcoming and previous edpisodes can be found at www.americanheroesradio.com Previous first responder guests have come from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as well as other emergency first responders such as paramedics, emergency medic ...
 
A sailing memoir written by seaman and adventurer Joshua Slocum, who was the first person to sail around the world alone, documents his epic solo circumnavigation. An international best-seller, the book became a great influence and inspiration to travelers from each corner of the globe. Additionally, Slocum is an example that through determination, courage and hard work any dream can easily become a reality. Written in a modern and conversational tone, the autobiographical account begins wit ...
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs interested in the scien ...
 
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For coming up on two decades, the United States military has been engaged - if you want to call it by the medal they give everyone for it - a Global War on Terrorism. As we have invested two decades, trillions of dollars, and thousands dead across the globe in response to the attacks of September, 2001 - our best friends have been with us. They do …
 
By Jon Frerichs Former Army Captain Anjanay Kumar joins the program to discuss his Army Mad Scientist fictional intelligence article that is grounded in a rich historical foundation of Chinese history and combined with a believable twist on current events and how a crisis with China could be lost before the conflict ever begins. Sea … Continue read…
 
In this episode, Garrison is joined by former India Ambassador and Distinguished Fellow from the prestigious Gateway House (Indian Council on Global Relations), Mr. Rajiv Bhatia.The ambassador carefully defines and contrasts Indo-Pacific as a strategic concept (apart from the now increasingly outdated Asia-Pacific). He then defines The Quad, and di…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, editor of Defence Connect Liam Garman and news editor Charbel Kadib join host Phil Tarrant to discuss the latest developments in Defence and defence industry. The team begins by weighing in on the burgeoning cyber security industry and efforts to bolster national resilience, championed by the launch o…
 
By Jared Samuelson Nitya Labh joins CIMSEC’s Jared Samuelson to talk about her recent article in Australian Defense Magazine, “Building Islands and Influence: Chinese Land Reclamation in the Southwest Pacific.” In this shorter episode she covers China’s land reclamation capability and how it can be used to leverage influence with Pacific nations. D…
 
Tired of hearing "DELTA" related to COVID, when in a good and just world when you heard that word it would be used to talk about old Russian Soviet Era SSBN or 2-seater all weather F-18s? Well, we're not sure we'll cover either of those topics on today's episode or that we'll totally ignore COVID's impact in the natsec arena, but it's a melee - so …
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, REDSIX CEO Michael Handley joins host Phil Tarrant to tell the story behind the development of his new veterans support app. Handley, an Army veteran himself, discusses his experience as a service member and the challenges he faced when transitioning to civilian life. He explains how he found new purp…
 
If it is early summer in the Black Sea, it is time for the annual Ukrainian hosted international exercise Sea Breeze. Why is this exercise important, who came along, and what does it tell us about the state of the Ukrainian Navy, maritime security in the contested eastern Black Sea, and some interesting responses from the Russians. Recently returni…
 
By Walker Mills Nathan Lauterbach joins CIMSEC’s Jonathon Frerichs to talk about his recent article in USNI Proceedings “Marine Aviation is Naval Aviation.” Download Sea Control 264 – Marine and Naval Aviation with Nate Lauterbach Links 1. “Marine Aviation Is Naval Aviation,” by Nathan Lauterbach, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. 2. Commandant’s Plann…
 
“Marine Aviation Is Naval Aviation,” by Nathan Lauterbach, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. “Commandant’s Planning Guidance,” by David Berger, United States Marine Corps, July 2019. Tentative Manual for Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations, by United States Marine Corps, 2021. “Marines Update Force Design After a Year of Experimentation in the Field…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, former head of the ADF’s information warfare division, Major General (retired) Dr Marcus Thompson, joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the importance of building Australia’s defences in the increasingly hostile cyber domain. Dr Thompson weighs in on the current cyber threat in Australia amid a spike in…
 
Sal and EagleOne are back after July 4th with a full plate of catching up to do on the waterfront from ghosting Afghanistan, Japan & Taiwan's awkward natsec flirting, the INDOPACCOM J2 isn't all that happy with what he's discovered west of Wake, and the ever popular question, how many years is a 30-yr CG good for. Come join us! Editor's Note: Due t…
 
Links: 1. Western Military Capability in Northern Europe, Part I Collective Defence, by Eva Hagstrӧm Frisell et al., FOI, March 10, 2021. 2. Western Military Capability in Northern Europe, Part II National Capabilities, by Eva Hagstrӧm Frisell et al., FOI, March 10, 2021 3. Bursting the Bubble? Beyond A2/AD in the Baltic Sea Region: Capabilities, C…
 
In this episode, Garrison is joined once again by returning guest Dr. Patrick Holden of the University of Plymouth to discuss the state of Brexit as the West begins to try and plan for life beyond the pandemic. In particular, the two focus on the state of the Northern Ireland Protocol, including its continuing impact on the trading relations betwee…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, Simon Kelland, partner and principal consultant, Scotwork, joins host Phil Tarrant to offer tips for stakeholders negotiating defence deals amid industry disruption. Drawing from years of experience in the sector, Kelland explains how recent disruptions, particularly the COVID-19 pandemic, have change…
 
Royal Marine Commando veteran Mark Ormrod MBE was the first person to survive a triple amputation following an IED blast during the War in Afghanistan. Following his lifechanging injury, Mark persevered to craft an internationally renowned career as a motivational speaker, author and athlete, having won seven medals at the Invictus Games in Sydney.…
 
One week prior to the July 4th holiday, and it's time to catch up on the latest events in the maritime security arena ... and an arena it is. We have a new SECNAV nom ... but no one is talking about it. We have the CNO expending T-AKE amounts of personal, professional, and institutional capital defending quaint academic social theory, FORD enjoys a…
 
By Jon Frerichs Lieutenant Commander Ryan Hilger joins the program to discuss his recent CIMSEC article that explores current gaps and opportunities in maritime mobile basing and expeditionary logistics through a historical deep dive into the evolution of Service Support Squadron Ten and its contribution to the fight in the Pacific. Download Sea Co…
 
Summary:In this episode of Outside the Box, Mike and Jim are joined by Doug Bandow of the CATO Institute to discuss national service. We are once again hearing calls to institute some form of national service; whether in the military through conscription or via some form of mandatory civilian service along the lines of AmeriCorps. Proponents of som…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, news editor Charbel Kadib and editor of Australian Aviation Adam Thorn join host Phil Tarrant to discuss the latest developments in military aviation. The team begin by addressing the latest COVID-19 outbreak in NSW and its potential implications on the commercial and military aviation industries. The…
 
Mr Umer Karim (Visiting Fellow at Royal United Services Institute, UK) shares his comments on the status of Pak-Saudi relations and Prime Minister Imran Khan's recent visit to Saudi Arabia. This programme is presented by Pakistan Geostrategic Review. Its objective is to share comments by prominent senior analysts and commentators on select issues o…
 
By Jared Samuelson Building on the work of the legendary Wayne Hughes, ENS Kara Dowling examines offense as a ship self-defense tactic. Download Sea Control 260 – The Best Defense is a Good Offense with ENS Kara Dowling Links 1. “Cost-Effectiveness of Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic,” by ENS Kara Dowling, USNI Proceedings, April … Continue re…
 
Links 1. "Cost-Effectiveness of Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic," by ENS Kara Dowling, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. 2. "A Multiagent Stochastic Control Model for Adversarial Planning in Naval Operations: Cost Effectiveness of the Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic," ENS Kara Dowling, Phalanx 53, no. 3 (2020): 34-39.…
 
By Jared Samuelson If you’ve missed it, you need to read the new newsletter by and for junior officers, Sea State. Two contributors, Madison Sargeant and Yash Khatavkar, join the program to discuss the newsletter, its purpose, their editorial process and more! Sea Control 259 – Sea State with Madison Sargeant and Yash Khatavkar Links … Continue rea…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, news editor Charbel Kadib joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the latest defence and geopolitical developments. Tarrant and Kadib begin by discussing the historic flight of the Royal Australian Air Force’s F-35A aircraft, which took to the skies with a full arsenal for the first time. The pair then dis…
 
China is interested in a lot more than just the first or second island chain. In the vast reaches of the Pacific Ocean, the islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia are critical to the sea lines of communication for the economic powerhouses on both sides. From the Age of Discovery to today, their importance rises to the top of any power who …
 
By Jared Samuelson Australian Army Major General Mick Ryan joins the program for a wide-ranging discussion sparked by his reading of C.S. Forester’s classic, The Ship. We discuss “useful fiction,” lessons learned from Forester, and a whole raft of reading recommendations (see the show notes!). Download Sea Control 258 – The Ship with Maj Gen … Cont…
 
Links 1. The Ship by C.S. Forester, reprint of the ed. published by Sun Dial Press in 1944. 2. Sea Control 247 - 2034 with Admiral James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman 3. Ghost Fleet, by Peter W. Singer and August Cole, Eamon Dolan Books, 2016. 4. Burn In, by P.W. Singer and August Cole, 2020. 5. An Eye for a Storm: Imagining the Future of Professio…
 
Links 1. "Embrace Cognitive Diversity," by LCDR Rachel Foote, USNI Proceedings, December 2020. 2. "Teams Solve Problems Faster When They're Cognitively Diverse," by Alison Reynolds and David Lewis, Harvard Business Review, March 30, 2017. 3. The War Room, U.S. Army War College podcast.By Rachel Foote, Charlotte Mundy, Anna McNeil
 
By Anna McNeil LCDR Rachel Foote and CDR Charlotte Mundy of the U.S. Coast Guard join us to discuss the complex definition of cognitive diversity, bias, organizational culture and more! Download Sea Control 257 – Embracing Cognitive Diversity with Rachel Foote & Charlotte Mundy Links 1. “Embrace Cognitive Diversity,” by LCDR Rachel Foote, USNI Proc…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, Glen Ferrarotto, founder of Ironside Recruiting, joins the Defence Connect team to discuss his journey from army through to business owner. Holding several jobs along the way, Glen details the difficulties he had to overcome in finding employment in his post-service life, and shares some helpful tips …
 
In a sharp departure from the ideas that brought them to the fleet, the Navy, "...appears poised to sunset the MK VI and Cyclone-class patrol craft programs in rapid succession, with no replacements on the horizon." Why are these small craft in our Navy today, what missions are they doing, and what risk are we accepting if we let this capability go…
 
By Walker Mills Pulitzer Prize-winning author and investigative journalist Ian Urbina join the program to talk about his recent article in The New Yorker about fish meal and his book The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier. Ian describes his experiences reporting from the sea, the impacts of IUU fishing, sea farer abandonment, ……
 
Links 1. “Fish Farming is Feeding the Globe. What’s the Cost for Locals?” by Ian Urbina, The New Yorker, March 1, 2021. 2. The Outlaw Ocean Project website. 3. Sea Control 225: IUU Fishing and the Evolution of the Sea Shepherd with Dr. Claude Berube, CIMSEC, January 31, 2021. 4. Sea Control 218: Coastal Insecurity, Ansar Al-Sunnah, and Women in Mar…
 
By Walker Mills Major Zach Ota, a Marine Corps Regional Affairs Officer, talks with host Walker Mills about his award-winning essay “Littoral Access Companies” as well as the opportunities and challenges in the Marine Corps international affairs community. Zach also tells the story of Sergeant Major Jacob Vouza, a Solomon Islands native who played …
 
Links 1. “Littoral Access Companies,” by Zach Ota, Marine Corps Gazette, February 2021. 2. “Tentative Manual for Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations,” by USMC, 2020. 3. “Littoral Operations in a Contested Environment,” USMC, 2017. 4. Solomon Islanders in World War II: An Indigenous Perspective, Anna Annie Kwai, Australian National University Pre…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, deputy editor of Defence Connect Liam Garman and news editor Charbel Kadib join host Phil Tarrant to discuss the latest developments emerging from Land Forces 2021. The team discuss the defence technology on display in the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC), showcasing an array of platform…
 
By Jared Samuelson Former Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Scott Swift (ret.) joins the program to discuss the difficulty of measuring readiness, incorporating capability and capacity, and the struggle to find common definitions for the joint force. Download Sea Control 254 – Defining Readiness with Admiral Scott Swift (ret.) Links “Redefine Readine…
 
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, CEO of BAE Systems Australia Gabby Costigan provides listeners with an operational update of BAE’s programs in Australia including the recent milestones that the company has achieved with the Hunter Class Frigate program. Costigan continues by describing the role that BAE Systems has played in facilit…
 
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