|REVIEW OF AUSTRALIA’S DEFENCE CAPABILITIES Report by Mr P. Dibb||1|
|Review of Australia’s defence capabilities||3|
|TERMS OF REFERENCE||17|
|EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND FORCE STRUCTURE PROPOSALS||19|
|PART 1 DEFENCE PLANNING AND STRATEGIC GUIDANCE||41|
|PART 2 A DEFENCE STRATEGY FOR AUSTRALIA||60|
|PART 3 CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS: INTELLIGENCE AND SURVEILLANCE, STRIKE AND INTERDICTION, AND MARITIME DEFENCE||77|
|PART 4 CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS: AIR DEFENCE AND GROUND DEFENCE||92|
|PART 5 COMMAND AND CONTROL, PLANNING FOR CONFLICT, AND CIVIL DEFENCE||108|
|PART 6 LOGISTIC SUPPORT AND INDUSTRY FOR DEFENCE||119|
|PART 7 FORCE STRUCTURE RECOMMENDATIONS||133|
|PART 8 RESERVE FORCES||168|
|PART 9 RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS||178|
|CONCLUSION AUSTRALIA’S DEFENCE IN THE 1990s||192|
|Map 1 AUSTRALIA'S REGIONAL SECURITY INTERESTS||195|
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| author1=Dibb, Paul.
| author2=Australia. Parliament.
| title=Review of Australia's defence capabilities : report
| section=xv, 176 p.,  folded leaf of plates : 1 col. map ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 163 of 1986
| publisher=Government Printer
| access-date=2 March 2021
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