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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
Singapore one step closer to joining the ‘F-35 club’ a win for Aussie industry
Singaporean Defence Minister, Dr Ng Eng Hen, has confirmed that the south-east Asian nation would be pursuing the F-35 to replace the Republic of Sing...
23 Jan 2019
Naval Shipbuilding College supports national TAFE training
The Naval Shipbuilding College, in partnership with US shipbuilding giant Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), has developed an industry-backed weldin...
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, ...
23 Jan 2019
Minister for Defence Personnel visits RAAF cadets
Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester has visited RAAF Base East Sale to meet the 58 cadets and eight support staff who have started the week-...
23 Jan 2019
UK Boxer team establishes industrial potential for Australia
BAE Systems and Rheinmetall have announced that they have agreed to create a joint UK-based military vehicle design, manufacturing and support busines...
22 Jan 2019
SA Premier to spruik SA’s defence credentials in the US
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall will use his 10-day trip to the US to focus on attracting more defence and aerospace investment in the state....
22 Jan 2019
Pyne’s Asia tour to reaffirm Australia’s commitment to regional peace
Defence Minister Christopher Pyne will visit Japan, China and Singapore from 22-28 January as part of continuing efforts to engage with regional actor...
22 Jan 2019
Penten partners with Aussie researchers to develop AI cyber traps
Artificial intelligence is being used to create stronger ‘cyber traps’ as part of two new Australian research projects funded by the Australian Cy...
22 Jan 2019
‘Buzz the tower’ RAAF outlines fighter training for Feb to June
RAAF Base Williamtown will be a hive of activity as Hawk Lead-in Fighter aircraft and PC-9 aircraft return to the Salt Ash Air Weapons Range (SAAWR) ...
22 Jan 2019
Minister announces Defence ICT contract signings
Assistant Minister for Defence David Fawcett and the Department of Defence have announced the signing of three major information computer technology (...
22 Jan 2019
Saab to support UK’s Giraffe land-based radars
Saab has signed a contract with the UK Ministry of Defence to provide support services related to the land-based Giraffe AMB radar systems from 2019 t...
21 Jan 2019
Australia’s military chief warns Europe of cyber crime dangers
Chief of Defence General Angus Campbell has stressed the ever-present threat of cyber crime to top European officials at an international policy ins...
21 Jan 2019
Members of the Veterans’ Review Board appointed
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester has announced that Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, AK MC, appointed 19 members to the Veterans’...
21 Jan 2019
MathWorks aims to streamline aerospace design
Mathworks has announced new flight analysis and visualisation capabilities for aerospace design that will reduce the time needed between vehicle desig...
21 Jan 2019
Military authors to gather in Darwin
The Northern Territory government are confident the upcoming Territory Tribute International Military Writers’ Festival in April will provide a “...
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
Defence Minister gifts vehicles to Lebanon
Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne has announced the gifting of 14 refurbished Australian vehicles to the Lebanese Armed Forces. ...
18 Jan 2019
Raytheon wins AMRAAM support contract
Raytheon Missile Systems has secured a US$9.5 million firm-fixed-price contract modification to provide life of type support for the AMRAAM with the U...

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