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29 May 2019
Former Canadian Navy Chief takes helm of UNSW Defence Research Institute
The inaugural head of the University of NSW Defence Research Institute is a former Canadian sailor who rose to command the RCN and most recently serv...
29 May 2019
Hanwha Defence Australia officially launches LAND 400 Phase 3 teaming program
Hanwha Defence Australia (HDA) was formally launched at the Victorian government’s Investment Centre by the CEO of Hanwha Defence Sungsoo Lee – i...
28 May 2019
Future-proofing Navy and securing shipbuilding jobs
With $90 billion worth of naval shipbuilding programs, the Royal Australian Navy and naval shipbuilding industry would appear to be in an enviable pos...
28 May 2019
Australia’s own Indo-Pacific fortress – The case for redeveloping Cocos Islands
Set amid an idealic island paradise, the Cocos (Keeling) Islands have long played a role in Australia’s defence policy and military history – now,...
28 May 2019
Mission accomplished: IPE 19 Joint Task Force returns to Australia
The Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2019 (IPE 19) Joint Task Force has returned to Australia following a three-month regional engagement mission to south and s...
28 May 2019
Air Force wraps up in Top End skies
More than 2,000 personnel, 100 aircraft and the next generation of Air Force Air Warfare Instructors have returned to their home bases after being te...
28 May 2019
DST research collaboration to enhance submarine stealth
Defence has signed a three-year collaboration agreement with universities and industry to develop new acoustic materials that will make Australian sub...
28 May 2019
UniSA and ADF seal the deal on adaptive sports partnership
The University of South Australia (UniSA) and the Australian Defence Force have formalised a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for adaptive sports to ...
27 May 2019
New defence appointments shift focus towards greater regional role and capability development
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s new look defence portfolio draws on broad experience to oversee the delivery of key materiel acquisition, alliance b...
27 May 2019
Photo Essay: Australia’s silent assassins
Australia’s Collins Class submarines form a critical component of the nation’s deterrence capabilities – while the fleet has faced issues thro...
27 May 2019
Air power as a key component in modern deterrence theory
Contemporary air power forms a critical component of any modern air force’s capability package – as technology has evolved with the advent of fift...
27 May 2019
Collaboration to support WA shipbuilding job surge
Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have partnered with the Naval Shipbuilding College to ensure Western Australian graduates are ready...
27 May 2019
DST SCINDICATE 2019 event ‘partnering for impact’
Defence Science and Technology (DST) has called for expressions of interest to participate in its premier collaboration event, SCINDICATE 2019, to be...
27 May 2019
RAAF begins C-17A Assault landings
No. 36 Squadron’s C-17A Globemaster III has played a key role in the early stages of Exercise Diamond Storm in the Northern Territory by facilitatin...
27 May 2019
US acquisition for Serco increases naval systems offering
Serco Asia Pacific has welcomed Serco Group’s acquisition of the Naval Systems Business Unit (NSBU) from Alion Science & Technology in the US. ...
27 May 2019
Defence Industry plays a key role in Indo-Pacific Endeavour 19
Australia’s defence industry capability has played a key role in the 2019 iteration of Indo-Pacific Endeavour – as Australia seeks to expand its d...
26 May 2019
PM announces new look Defence portfolio appointments
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has officially revealed his new look cabinet and ministerial team, with the Defence portfolio playing a major role in th...
24 May 2019
Developing Australia’s anti-satellite capabilities as a deterrent
The increasing dependence and vulnerability of space-based intelligence, surveillance and communications assets, combined with the ever-advancing pace...
24 May 2019
Photo Essay: Australia’s growing amphibious capabilities
Australia’s geo-strategic reality has seen the Australian Defence Force shift its focus towards developing a credible amphibious ‘joint force’ c...
24 May 2019
IBM highlights Australia’s digital and cyber security potential
IBM Australia and New Zealand managing director David La Rose has stated that he thinks his company can boost the Australian government to be one of t...

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