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27 Jun 2017

Australia’s electronic warfare capabilities ‘tremendous’

As Future Submarine Program (FSP) industry days have swept the country this year, combat system integrator (CSI) Lockheed Martin Australia has seen th...
wa company secures mammoth us contract
26 Jun 2017
WA company secures mammoth US contract
WA-based shipbuilder Austal has won a contract worth up to $779 million to build the Independence Class Littoral Combat Ship (LCS 28) for the United ...
mv sycamore arrives in sydney
26 Jun 2017
MV Sycamore arrives in Sydney
The Multi-Role Aviation Training Vessel (MATV) MV Sycamore has arrived in Sydney, three months ahead of schedule. ...
26 Jun 2017
OPV tenderer planning Australian office expansion
The Offshore Patrol Vessels project has been touted as an ideal opening for Australia to expand its export opportunities through whichever European te...
24 Jun 2017
Multi-Role Aviation Training Vessel to arrive in Sydney
What has been dubbed as Australia’s first Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV), the Multi-Role Aviation Training Vessel (MATV) MV Sycamore will arrive in S...
23 Jun 2017
Army orders robotic Z-Boat fleet
The Australian Army has placed an order with Australian company BlueZone Group for three robotic “Z-Boats” as a result of the 2016 Army Innovation...
23 Jun 2017
Standardisation key to successful OPV bid
As selection of the tenderer for the $3 billion Offshore Patrol Vessels draws closer, Defence Connect spoke with the Dutch company backing its bid for...
21 Jun 2017
DCNS CEO: ASC will be consumed by DCNS
There are fears Australia’s naval industry sovereign capability could be under threat, with French firm DCNS declaring it will act as both architect...
21 Jun 2017
Fears FSP local contribution could be just 60%
South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has said “damning evidence” presented at a Senate hearing has suggested DCNS has backed away from its initi...
20 Jun 2017
Steel cut for Australia’s supply ships
The first cut of the steel being used to build the Auxiliary Oiler and Replenishment ships (AORs) for the Royal Australian Navy has been undertaken, f...

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