Australian Naval Institute (ANI)
The ANI was formed and incorporated in the ACT in 1975 as a self-supporting and non-profit making organisation to provide a forum for Naval Officers and others interested in maritime affairs.
The main objectives of the Institute are:
- to encourage and promote the advancement of knowledge related to the Navy and the maritime profession; and
- to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning subjects related to the Navy and the maritime profession.
Views and opinions expressed in the Journal of the Australian Naval Institute, Headmark, are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Institute, the Royal Australian Navy or the Australian Defence Organisation. The aim of the ANI Council is to enourage discussion, dissemination of information, comment and opinion and the advancement of the professional knowledge concerning Naval and maritime matters.
The ANI has a very active schedule of events for members not only in Canberra but also around the country. Events like the Vernon Parker Oration are held annually to provide a vehicle for notable Australian and overseas speakers to address the members attending the Annual Dinner.
The latest book review from Headmark (Issue 147) are here.
Please follow the links to the obituary to CDRE Robertson