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18 May 2018

Australian Army firepower capability put on display

The Australian Army showcased its firepower capability during Exercise Chong Ju, held at the Combined Arms Training Centre in Puckapunyal, Victoria. ...
bushmaster japan
17 May 2018
Bendigo-built Army vehicles arrive in Japan
The latest tranche of Australian-built Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles has arrived in Japan this week. ...
land   phase  c final contract deliverable signing at victoria barracks
14 May 2018
ADF receives full suite of thermal weapons from Elbit
Elbit Systems of Australia has completed the delivery phase of the LAND 125 Phase 3C contract to supply XACT th65 thermal weapon sights to the Austra...
7 May 2018
Defence releases LAND 129 Phase 3 survey
Work is getting underway to replace the Australian Army’s SHADOW 200 tactical unmanned aerial system (TUAS) capability, with Defence releasing an in...
1 May 2018
Rheinmetall to create new TECLAB in Melbourne
LAND 400 Phase 2 winner Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA) has confirmed plans for its new research and development centre in Victoria by announcing ...
11 Apr 2018
Army’s Regional Force Surveillance Group meets Prince Charles
Following on from presenting the Duke of Gloucester’s Cup in Cairns to the crew of Hydrographic Ship (HS) Blue Crew, the Prince of Wales travel...
9 Apr 2018
US approves potential $148m FMS to Australia
The US State Department has approved the potential Foreign Military Sale of M795 with Insensitive Munitions Explosive (IMX) 101 Explosive Fill 155mm ...
3 Apr 2018
Boxer vehicle secures win in UK
Just weeks after Australia chose the Boxer vehicle for LAND 400 Phase 2, the British Army has taken a step towards exploring a deal for a fleet of new...
26 Mar 2018
Prime secures artillery ammunition supply contract
The Australian Defence Force will soon be procuring artillery ammunition from the Rheinmetall Assegai family. ...
23 Mar 2018
Defence scientist researches how to make Army helmets more effective and lighter
Anyone who has ever worn one of the Army’s standard issue Kevlar helmets will appreciate that they are hot, heavy and mostly uncomfortable, but prov...

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