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Patrick McMillan


Patrick McMillan holds a Master of Strategic Studies from the Australian National University, and is a former research intern of the Australian Army Research Centre. He has a passion for history and enjoys undertaking critical analysis of the Australian Defence Force’s capabilities, placing them within the broader strategic context of the region. This has included the work he completed whilst at the AARC – investigating the Australian Army’s CLEAR capability – and more recent work on maintaining the Royal Australian Navy’s covert capabilities. His wider research interests include the conduct of Australian operations in Borneo during 1945, the strategic implications of climate change, autonomous systems, and regional tensions within the Asia-Pacific.


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Patrick McMillan

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