Defence’s annual report has hit the streets, DSTO has released their new guiding document and the furore over Defence pay and conditions continues, leaving a bad taste in the mouths of many. It would be good to see some coherent reasoning behind the effective pay cut to Defence personnel but I fear I might suffocate if I hold my breath waiting.
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