APDR examines whether the Defence Department is capable of balanced, objective advise.

In the next edition of APDR we critically examine whether the Department of Defence is any longer capable of giving balanced, objective advice about the Collins submarine replacement

6th Mar 2015


APDR examines whether the Defence Department is capable of balanced, objective advise.


In the next edition of APDR we critically examine whether the Department of Defence is any longer capable of giving balanced, objective advice about the Collins submarine replacement project, SEA 1000.

Rex Patrick examines the changing status of the future combat system and Kym Bergmann, just returned from Sweden as a guest of Saab, exposes the flawed logic of excluding them from the process.

A key piece of evidence indicating that officials are trying to predetermine the outcome was the testimony of Chief of Navy Tim Barrett and former head of DMO, Warren King to the Senate. Here is a preview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUGvt0ULzrk&feature=youtu.be

Read the next edition of APDR for full analysis of what is taking place.  March issue will be published next week.
 

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