Powered by MOMENTUM MEDIA
maritime
6 Dec 2018

PODCAST: Reflecting on an extensive defence career, Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Bob Love CB, OBE

In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, host Phil Tarrant is joined by Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Bob Love, who looks back at his long and varied ...
6 Dec 2018
SEA 1000 prime keen to partner with Aussie industry leaders
Lockheed Martin Australia has used the Future Submarine Program Briefing in Adelaide to outline key project milestones and put the call out to Austral...
4 Dec 2018
Aus-French partnership to develop underwater tech capabilities
Two Western Sydney University undergraduate engineering students have been awarded a unique scholarship, supported by Thales Underwater Systems, as pa...
29 Nov 2018
Hunter Class frigates to boost national economy and jobs
The $35 billion SEA 5000 program is expected to deliver thousands of jobs and an unprecedented economic boost around the country, a report released by...
27 Nov 2018
Fair winds and following seas for NUSHIP Supply
The first of Navy’s two new Supply Class AOR ships was launched by Navantia at a ceremony in Spain over the weekend, marking a major milestone in th...
23 Nov 2018
SEA 5000 combat system partners confirmed
Defence Connect can today confirm that BAE Systems Australia has selected its industrial partners to deliver the combat system integration for the n...
19 Nov 2018
MoU partnership to pursue Australian sub and ship programs
UK defence and security electronics system specialist SEA has signed an MoU with Australian owned Daronmont Technologies in order to bring leading-edg...
16 Nov 2018
Competition to inspire the next generation of Aussie submariners
The Navy is providing a rare opportunity for Australians to go behind the scenes of the ‘silent service’ and consider a career as a submariner fo...
15 Nov 2018
Naval shipbuilding kicks off in Adelaide
Defence Minister Christopher Pyne and Minister for Finance and the Public Service Mathias Cormann have officially launched the construction of Austra...
15 Nov 2018
Korean, Indian and Australian destroyers bringing up the rear
Responding to the growing regional destroyer fleets, Korea, India and Australia are rapidly expanding their own major surface combatant fleets, with ...

more from defence connect

Dr. Malcolm Davis, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Mar 21 2019
PODCAST: The challenges and opportunities facing the Australian defence sector, Dr Malcolm Davis, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
In this special episode of the Defence Connect Podcast recorded live on-site at the Avalon Internati...
06:55
MOU forges closer ties between Naval Shipbuilding College and RAN
The Naval Shipbuilding College will work in close partnership with the Royal Australian Navy to ide...
07:00
SEA 5000 shipyard construction steams ahead
Work is “well underway” at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in Adelaide, where the nine anti-submarine...
FROM THE WEB
Recommended by Spike Native Network