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24 Jan 2019

Raytheon wins Aegis fire control system contract

Raytheon has been awarded a $72 million contract for the production of Aegis Weapon System fire control system MK 99 equipment. ...
23 Jan 2019
Aquabotix to demonstrate capabilities to US Navy ANTX
The US Navy has accepted three proposals from Australian company Aquabotix to conduct a series of capability exercises as part of the US Navy’s 201...
23 Jan 2019
HMAS Ballarat impresses in maritime warfare exercise
Royal Australian Navy Anzac Class frigate HMAS Ballarat has taken part in maritime warfare exercise Intrepid Sentinel alongside forces from France, ...
18 Jan 2019
Research to enhance survivability of Navy warships
RMIT University and CSIRO have partnered with the Department of Defence and US Navy to develop a spray-on system to repair navy ships damaged by fire ...
18 Jan 2019
Babcock awarded maintenance contract for HMS Queen Elizabeth
Babcock has secured an $8.9 million contract to support the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth at the company’s Scottish shi...
17 Jan 2019
PODCAST: Enhancing the future of Australia’s unmanned undersea capabilities, Gavin Henry & Daniel Dent, Thales
The growing capability of autonomous underwater systems is changing the dynamics of undersea warfare and mine hunting. Defence Connect Podcast host ...
17 Jan 2019
BAE to enhance comms and connectivity for US and Pacific Joint Forces
BAE Systems has secured a US$79.8 million contract to support the US Navy and regional allies, with work contracted for BAE Systems operations in Wes...
16 Jan 2019
Raytheon secures $37m extension for Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile
The US Navy has exercised a contract option with Raytheon to support the continued international industrial collaboration and manufacture of the Evol...
16 Jan 2019
China completes fourth round of sea trials for new Aircraft Carrier
China could have its first domestically built aircraft carrier in commission within a few months, after completing the latest round of sea trials on ...
15 Jan 2019
More high sea drug busts for HMAS Ballarat
The Royal Australian Navy’s HMAS Ballarat has seized more than 3.1 tonnes of hashish worth about $155 million during a boarding operation in the A...
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