Royal United Services Institute of Australia


United Services Institute of the Australian Capital Territory

2013 USI of the ACT Past Events

20 November 2013, Mr Ian Croser, Technical Director, CEA Technologies spoke on: Next Generation Phased Array Radars: Sensors in modern warfare - update

7 November 2013, Adjunct Professor Clive Williams MG spoke on: The Security Situation in the Maldives


23 October 2013, Mr John McFarlane, Adjunct Fellow, ANU spoke on: Transnational, Serious and Organised Crime and Australian National Security


3 October 2013 Mr Raydon Gates, AO, Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin Australia spoke at the ADC on:Lockheed Martin’s Maritime Business Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region


18 September 2013 Brigadier Syed Aamer Raza spoke on: Leadership in the Pakistan Military: A cultural perspective


5 September 2013 Major General Jeff Sengelman, DSC, AM, CSC, Head of Modernisation and Strategic Planning - Army, spoke on: Army’s Modernisation program

21 August 2013, in a Joint Presentation with the Kokoda Foundation, UNSW presenters Professor Jenny Stewart and Ms Rita Parker, Visiting Fellow spoke on: Is Australia a fragile state? Resilience thinking, adaptation and national vulnerability


8 August 2013, Ms Margaret Staib (Retd), Chief Executive, Airservices Australia, spoke at the ADC on Making the Transition from the ADF

4 July, 2013, Dr Michael Wesley Professor of National Security, ANU, spoke on: Asia's Jostling Powers and Australia's Future Security

A copy of the presentation can be downloaded here 

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