Building Trust: Civil-Military Relations in Australia
Establishing and maintaining the necessary levels of trust in Australian civil-military relations has been tested over the past decade by incidents such as the ‘Skype’ and ‘children overboard’ incidents. This paper looks at civil-military relations; relationships between the civilian government, society and military leadership.
Technical Challenges of the US Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle Program
An overview of the difficulties the US Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle program in integrating emerging technology in AFV design and development as it looks to develop a successor for the M2 and M3A3 Bradley IFV. It provides commentary on IFV carriage capacity, weapons systems, active protection systems and the threat posed by the proliferation of anti armoured weapon systems among likely threat forces.
Development of an Algorithm for Calculating the ‘Risk’ of Terrorist CBRN
In order to avert a disaster from a terrorist chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) attack, it is important to study the likelihood of terrorists using CBRN weapons. This study reports on the development of an algorithm for calculating the ‘risk’ of a terrorist seeking CBRN weaponry with 67.3 percent prediction accuracy.