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Maritime and Undersea Warfare

5 Jun 2017

Mind the gap – Australia’s Future Submarine capabilities

Developing Australia’s defence capabilities has been a key focus of the Turnbull government, particularly the nation’s naval capabilities given th...
opv program a starting point for potential export opportunities
5 Jun 2017
OPV program a starting point for potential export opportunities
As the competition heats up for the Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) tender, the international tenderers continue to look at consolidating their commitmen...
dcns ceo weighs in on sa v wa shipbuilding debate
2 Jun 2017
DCNS CEO weighs in on SA v WA shipbuilding debate
The Western Australia government has made it no secret it is dissatisfied with the amount of shipbuilding work that has fallen the way of South Austra...
2 Jun 2017
Queensland moves to recognise local defence businesses
The Queensland government has unveiled a new award to recognise the state’s capabilities in defence industry businesses, an inclusion the governme...
1 Jun 2017
Initial industry involvement figures were ‘lost in translation’: DCNS
There has been much speculation of the $50 billion Future Submarines, particularly the percentage of Australian industry involvement. Ninety per cent...
30 May 2017
South v West: Defence West targets SA shipbuilding work
The West Australian government has put South Australia on notice, publicly declaring its new advocacy office, Defence West, will be charged with fight...
29 May 2017
Second Cape Class Patrol Boat delivered to RAN
The Royal Australian Navy has received the Australian Defence Vessel (ADV) Cape Inscription from shipbuilder Austal. ...
29 May 2017
OPV and Future Frigate projects good starting point for growing Australian manufacturing
Navantia Australia’s managing director has identified the Offshore Patrol Vessel and Future Frigate projects as a solid starting point for Australia...
26 May 2017
Naval Shipbuilding College request for proposal opens
Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne has announced the release of a request for proposal for the South Australia-based Naval Shipbuilding Co...
26 May 2017
No front-running state for SEA 5000 supply chain
One of the three tenderers for the SEA 5000 Future Frigates Program has praised the Australian industry and the engagement across all states and terri...

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