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Mar 5 2021

Co-ordinating a cohesive response to Chinese aggression

Australia and its allies must “harness their collective clout” to thwart the CCP’s attack on the global rules-based order, one Lowy In...
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New coin collection celebrates RAAF centenary
The Royal Australian Mint has rolled out a new coin collection to mark the 100-y...
Mar 5 2021
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ADF flight simulator approved for civil use
A Thales-built rotary wing flight simulator has been granted dual military and c...
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Maritime and Undersea Warfare

Mar 5 2021
Navy conducts ‘damage control’ training
HMA Ships Sirius and Anzac have conducted training exercises designed to test their readiness for...
 Serco Australia and Sayres Australia
Mar 3 2021
Serco partners with Sayres to bolster naval offering
The firms have partnered to enhance their maritime training offering, aimed at bolstering the Royal ...
Mar 2 2021
Collins Class sub to tour Tasmania
HMAS Sheean is set to make a series of port visits along the coast of Tasmania. ...

Strike & Air Combat

Mar 5 2021
BAE Systems to begin electronic warfare integration for F-15s
The prime has secured a US$58 million contract from Boeing to commence low-rate production of the el...
Mar 2 2021
Defence to double Loyal Wingman fleet
The Morrison government has bolstered investment in the Loyal Wingman program, requesting the delive...
Feb 19 2021
RAAF lauds success of Exercise Cope North
Two aircraft and approximately 170 RAAF personnel are wrapping up a joint military exercise alongsid...

Opinion

Op-Ed: Australia punching above its weight in defence R&D
Australia is a land of high-tech innovation. That was the number one reason why the US Office of Naval Research Global made the decision to open an office in Me...
Op-Ed: Defence industry urged to rise to data challenge in 2021
Events over the last 12 months have provided a catalyst for digital initiatives within military organisations and their in-service support partners. We can even...

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Land & Amphibious

Mar 3 2021
Warfighters complete shotgun training course
Army personnel from the Royal Australian Regiment are now qualified to deploy the Remington 870 shot...
Mar 2 2021
Milspec, Rheinmetall to deliver Lynx alternators for overseas buyer
Milspec Manufacturing of Albury has entered into a $5.58 million contract with Rheinmetall to deliv...
Feb 26 2021
Bundeswehr to onboard Rafael Active Protection System
Following approval by the Bundestag, the Bundeswehr this week agreed to equip a company of Leopards ...

Intel & Cyber

Mar 4 2021
Media disinformation and Australian public policy
The role of disinformation in shaping Australian policy. ...
Mar 4 2021
Leonardo to deliver cyber security courses in Australia
The Italian defence and aerospace company is set to offer a new range of cyber security courses in Australia, in collaboration with a South ...
Mar 3 2021
archTIS sees growing government demand in US
ArchTIS and subsidiary Nucleus Cyber have created a new practice to address growing demand from US government. ...

Key Enablers

Mar 5 2021
Co-ordinating a cohesive response to Chinese aggression
Australia and its allies must “harness their collective clout” to thwart the CCP’s attack on the global rules-based order, one Lowy In...
Mar 5 2021
New coin collection celebrates RAAF centenary
The Royal Australian Mint has rolled out a new coin collection to mark the 100-year anniversary of the RAAF. ...
Mar 5 2021
Northrop Grumman awarded major NASA contract
The prime has been selected to provide propulsion services for NASA’s spaceflight missions. ...

 

careers

Jan 22 2021
Insitu Pacific launches virtual classroom for Defence
The first Royal Australian Navy personnel to undertake training through Insitu Pacific’s new remot...
Dec 10 2020
Thales Australia to expand Lithgow R&D team capacity
Thales Australia has announced an expansion of the company’s small arms research and development (...
Nov 3 2020
New scholarships support students striving for careers in aerospace and avionics
Twenty senior high school and first year engineering students from across Australia with a passion f...

Sea and Air lift

ADF flight simulator approved for civil use
A Thales-built rotary wing flight simulator has been granted dual military and civilian qualificatio...
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Mar 5 2021
Co-ordinating a cohesive response to Chinese aggression
Australia and its allies must “harness their collective clout” to thwart the CCP’s attack on the global rules-based order, one Lowy In...
New coin collection celebrates RAAF centenary
The Royal Australian Mint has rolled out a new coin collection to mark the 100-year anniversary of the RAAF. ...
ADF flight simulator approved for civil use
A Thales-built rotary wing flight simulator has been granted dual military and civilian qualifications in Australia. ...
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