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18 Oct 2019

Pentagon lawmakers echo Australia’s Syrian concerns

“ISIS will be back and the black flags will be back,” said the US’ readiness subcommittee chairman following a high-ranking briefing in Washingt...
18 Oct 2019
Chief of Defence welcomes International participants for Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Chief of Defence, General Angus Campbell, AO, DSC, has officially welcomed the international participants to the first of four shows in the largest Ro...
18 Oct 2019
DIN congratulates Innovation Pitchfest winners
The Defence Innovation Network (DIN) has congratulated the winners of the Pacific 2019 Innovation Pitchfest from last week’s maritime expo. ...
18 Oct 2019
Defence Industry Minister announces new SME export grants
Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price has announced $130,000 in grants for two Australian defence SMEs looking to build their export capability....
17 Oct 2019
Australian public being ‘left in the dark’ on national security: Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Kevin Scarce
Former South Australian governor and retired Rear Admiral, Kevin Scarce, has set tongues wagging claiming that Australia’s political and defence lea...
17 Oct 2019
Responding to ‘grey zone’ tactics with a values-based, national agenda
As the fabric of Australian and Western democracies come under ever increasing pressure from totalitarian governments, organised crime and violent ext...
17 Oct 2019
American export expansion for South Australian Supashock
South Australia-based Supashock has announced the expansion of its operating footprint into the automotive and defence sectors in the US. ...
16 Oct 2019
Dibb Report 2.0: Paul Dibb enters the ‘Defending Australia’ debate
Renowned Australian strategic policy expert Paul Dibb has launched a scathing assessment of the nation’s increasingly precarious position in the Ind...
16 Oct 2019
Merger approval for Raytheon and United Technologies
Raytheon and United Technologies have confirmed that shareowners of both companies have voted overwhelmingly to approve all of the proposals necessary...
16 Oct 2019
Australian shipbuilding workforce continues to learn from UK
Over 50 employees from BAE Systems Australia’s shipbuilding business, ASC Shipbuilding, will be on secondment to the UK by the end of 2019, with the...

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