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Linda Karen Reynolds is an Australian politician and former army officer who has been Minister for Defence in the Morrison Government since May 2019. She has been a Senator for Western Australia since 2014, representing the Liberal Party. She previously served as Assistant Minister for Home Affairs (2018–2019), Minister for Defence Industry (2019) and Minister for Emergency Management and North Queensland Recovery (2019). Prior to entering parliament she was a member of the Australian Army Reserve for nearly 30 years and was the first woman in the reserve to attain the rank of brigadier.
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First commercial rocket launched from AustraliaDefence Minister Linda Reynolds says the rocket launch is a step forward in building Australia's future space capability.
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Australia, US discuss China 'very deeply'Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and Foreign Minister Marise Payne have discussed China at length during talks with United States counterparts.
Defence Minister rules out hosting US ground missiles in AustraliaDefence Minister Linda Reynolds says her US counterpart hasn't made a request to deploy US ground-based missiles in northern Australia.
No help from Australia yet for Persian Gulf shipping: ministersAlongside Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds, Mr Pompeo said the time was right for the US and Australia to do much more in the region.
Australia to create new Pacific military unit in bid to woo the regionAustralia will create a new military unit dedicated to training and assisting Pacific allies, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds said on Tuesday, as Canberra accelerates plans to undercut Chinese..
Defence minister raises cyber concernsDefence Minister Linda Reynolds has raised concerns about cyber warfare, warning other nations against misusing technology under the cloak of deniability.
Canberra and NZ 'consult closely' on IraqDefence Minister Linda Reynolds has not specifically said whether Australia will follow New Zealand's lead in withdrawing troops from Iraq over the next year.