Australia in Afghanistan
Books on Afghanistan
CIA World Fact Book on Australia
Operation Slipper by Wikipedia
Australian Government - Department of Defense
Australian Embassy Afghanistan
Smith, Mark. "Analyzing the Effectiveness of
Australian Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) after 15 years of 'Small
Wars'", Small Wars Journal, February 16, 2015. Mark Smith is a
Lieutenant Colonel in the Australian Army Reserve Infantry. He deployed to
Afghanistan as the commander of a mentoring team assigned to the
Operations Coordination Centre in Uruzgan province.
Resolute Support Mission. An Australia officer, working operations in the
Resolute Support CJ39 office, talks about his mission in Afghanistan.
Resolute Support HQs Facebook post on February 6, 2015.
November 30, 2017. "A special investment in Afghanistan", ADF. Australia's contribution to NSOCC-A is mentioned.
May 1, 2016. "What it looks like inside our longest war", by Sarah Abo, SBS.
April 25, 2016. "Afghanistan was nation building at gunpoint", Sky News. A former SAS troop commander says that we tried to build a nation with democracy with a people who were culturally not ready for it.
April 24, 2016. "Kabul wants Australia's military presence in Afghanistan to continue", SBS.
March 21, 2015. "Operation Slipper: Parades marking end of military operation in Afghanistan held across Australia". ABC News (Australia).
June 19, 2014. "Australian troops to remain in Afghanistan until 2016". Financial Review.
November 10, 2013. "Australia in Afghanistan: Longest war draws to a 'bittersweet' end after 12 years". ABC Net News.
July 16, 2010. "Australia's Military Involvement in Afghanistan since 2001: A Chronology". Parliament of Australia.