Special Report: Australia To Boost Intelligence, Surveillance, Cyber Capabilities

/site-files/aviationweek.com/files/uploads/2016/02/asd_02_26_2016_cht2_0.pdf BEIJING — Australia will employ an additional 1,700 people in intelligence, cyber and related fields as it strives to maintain what it calls decision-making superiority over possible adversaries. Canberra also plans to buy...

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