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  • Senator TEAGUE --Has Australia been reimbursed for deployment of Blackhawk helicopters by the UN? Senator Robert Ray --I very much doubt that we would have been reimbursed for that yet. We will be over time. The UN is not the quickest of payers; it is arguably the slowest payer in the world. Senator
    Date: 03/09/1993 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw930903a_ecb.out/0020 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator HILL --I thought you might like to respond to the ANAO report on deeper maintenance of RAAF and army aircraft. In particular, the ANAO found that there were shortcomings in the RAAF procedure for letting maintenance contracts--that is, they had no current document on procedures to work from--and that the RAAF does not
    Date: 03/09/1993 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw930903a_ecb.out/0022 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator TEAGUE --I want to ask about the Defence International Training Centre and I could not find a better place to ask it than here under personnel--education and training programs. What is the current situation on funding for the Defence International Training Centre? Senator Robert Ray --It has been funded out of a
    Date: 31/08/1993 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw930831a_ecb.out/0007 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator MacGIBBON --In the last estimates, there was a reference to a payment for a court martial finding that was set aside. I put a question on notice to which I received an answer last week. Apparently this relates to a court martial. Part 5 of your answer said that in each case the
    Date: 10/05/1993 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw930510a_ecb.out/0026 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator TEAGUE --I ask about the provision for the Macchi wing project, $6 1/2 million of real additional supplementation. What is the current status of the project and what are the relevant dates for acquisition and fitting? Air Vice-Marshal O'Brien --The current status of the project is that that sum represents a portfolio supplementation
    Date: 10/05/1993 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw930510a_ecb.out/0028 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator MacGIBBON --On page 217, on the second last line: in relation to those aircraft crashes, what has happened apart from the board of inquiry being held into each accident? Air Vice-Marshal O'Brien --Of those four crashes, two boards of inquiry have come to their final conclusions. The information has been passed by CAS
    Date: 23/09/1992 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw920923a_ecb.out/0023 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator MacGIBBON --On page 220 you have got seven groups under the description of the Air Commander's tasks. Do each of those seven groups have a headquarters? Air Vice-Marshal O'Brien --Yes. Senator MacGIBBON --In the case of the Strike-Reconnaissance Group, the Tactical Fighter Group, the Maritime Patrol Group and the Air Lift Group: there
    Date: 23/09/1992 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw920923a_ecb.out/0025 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator MacGIBBON --On page 245, under the heading `Materiel Division', it says that airworthiness certification for four in-service aircraft types was completed. Why was that not done earlier? Air Vice-Marshal O'Brien --Historically, the RAAF has accepted the airworthiness certification provided by the original equipment manufacturer. As a result of things like the Macchi situation
    Date: 23/09/1992 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw920923a_ecb.out/0027 - Source: SENATE
  • Senator MacGIBBON --There is an item here about the retention of the Hawker Siddeley 748. Given the age of that aircraft, is there not a case for thinking of getting out of them? Air Vice-Marshal O'Brien --The Hawker Siddeley 748 is one of the aircraft that was designed to a safe life spectrum
    Date: 23/09/1992 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/estimate/ecomw920923a_ecb.out/0029 - Source: SENATE
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