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Since the late 1980s, the Government has increasingly called upon the ADF to contribute forces to peacekeeping missions around the world. While most of these deployments involved only small numbers of specialists, several led to the deployment of hundreds of personnel. Large peacekeeping deployments were made to Namibia in early 1989, Cambodia between 1992 and 1993, Somalia in 1993, Rwanda between 1994 and 1995 and Bougainville in 1994 and from 1997 onwards.
The Australian contribution to the 1991 Gulf War was the first time Australian personnel were deployed to an active war zone since the establishment of the ADF. Although the warships and clearance diving team deployed to the Persian Gulf did not see combat, the deployment tested the ADF’s capabilities and command structure. Following the war the Navy regularly deployed a frigate to the Persian Gulf or Red Sea to enforce the trade sanctions imposed on Iraq.
East Timor and after
Rear view of a propeller-driven plane on the ground with its cargo door open and propellers still spinning
A RAAF C-130 Hercules being unloaded at Tallil Air Base, Iraq, during April 2003
In 1996, John Howard led the Liberal Party’s election campaign and became Prime Minister. Subsequently, there were significant reforms to the ADF’s force structure and role. The new government’s defence strategy placed less emphasis on defending Australia from direct attack and greater emphasis on working in co-operation with regional states and Australia’s allies to manage potential security threats. From 1997 the Government also implemented a series of changes to the ADF’s force structure in an attempt to increase the proportion of combat units to support units and improve the ADF’s combat effectiveness.
The ADF’s experiences during the deployment to East Timor in 1999 led to significant changes in Australia’s defence policies and to an enhancement of the ADF’s ability to conduct operations outside Australia. This successful deployment was the first time a large ADF force had operated outside of Australia since the Vietnam War, and revealed shortcomings in its ability to mount and sustain such operations.
In 2000, the Government released a new Defence White Paper, Defence 2000 – Our Future Defence Force, that placed a greater emphasis