The USI - ACT is temporarily suspending their program of events in its current form. 'We look forward to recommencing our monthly speaker presentations and other member events when the Government deems it prudent and safe to do so."
Access to the library at the ANZAC Memorial Sydney is suspended. Monthly Lectures are now online only ACCESS HERE
New members are most welcome to join. You can join in your State on-line using the on-line Membership Application Form
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The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies - Australia (RUSIDSS-A) aims to provide and promote a professional and balanced informed debate to improve public awareness and understanding of defence and national security.
The Institute gratefully acknowledges the valued support received from the Department of Defence in its mission.
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RUSIDSS-A is a Company, whose Members are independently constituted Australian state and territory chapters, headquartered in Canberra, ACT. It is a non-profit organisation registered with the ACNC and is a Company limited by Guarantee managed by ACNC and ASIC. It provides educational, research and related services through its library services, website, journals and periodicals, regular presentations, conferences and seminars and visits to military installations. It has a long tradition of serving the community by promoting a better understanding of defence and national security. This includes an understanding of Australian defence strategy, contemporary and historic conflict, developments in military science and technology and all aspects of defence and security as they relate to Australia now and into the future. It has several thousand members in all states and the ACT and include serving and retired members of the Australian Defence Force and other interested in defence and national security.
Membership is open to all who have an interest in national security and defence. Members join one of the constituent Bodies, and can do so through this website, or directly with one of the state bodies. State bodies conduct an extensive program of guest speaker presentations and other activities