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26 Jul 2019
Leaner, meaner and future-proofed: China’s White Paper sharpens the edge
China’s new defence white paper, China's National Defense in the New Era, has shifted the rising superpower’s focus to developing a force struc...
26 Jul 2019
Exercise Talisman Sabre 19: Defence Connect goes aboard USS Ronald Reagan
With Exercise Talisman Sabre 19 officially kicking off, Defence Connect will provide continuous imagery updates from the biennial exercise. ...
26 Jul 2019
GDLS-Australia identifies plans to expand Aussie presence
General Dynamics Land Systems–Australia has announced it will increase its footprint in Australia to support major armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) p...
26 Jul 2019
BAE Systems introduces unmanned boat technology evolution
BAE Systems has announced it has completed trials on a “first of its kind” autonomous boat that the company said will “allow navies to go beyond...
26 Jul 2019
Thales unveils new investment in Lithgow’s defence industry capability
Thales Australia has officially revealed a new $1.8 million honing machine to support the production of rifles for the Australian Defence Force at the...
26 Jul 2019
Aussie SME to provide pump support for RAN’s destroyer fleet
Sydney-based Australian Pump is gearing up to provide a high level of support for the CIRCOR IMO Allweiler pumps supplied on the Hobart Class destroye...
26 Jul 2019
Record US Marine contingent stationed in Darwin
The arrival of additional US Marines has seen the Marine Rotational Force-Darwin hit a major milestone, as it reached its full strength of 2,500. ...
25 Jul 2019
New Chinese Defence White Paper sheds light and raises questions
The unprecedented economic rise of China has paved the way for its meteoric increase in military capability and geo-strategic designs for the Indo-Pac...
25 Jul 2019
Exercise Talisman Sabre 19: The road so far – Part 11
With Exercise Talisman Sabre 19 officially kicking off, Defence Connect will provide continuous imagery updates from the biennial exercise. ...
25 Jul 2019
Naval Shipbuilding College and Flinders Uni partner on first shipbuilding degrees
Flinders University has partnered with the Naval Shipbuilding College to ensure its graduates are ready to seize future cutting-edge jobs in the Natio...
25 Jul 2019
HMAS Albatross MRH-90 fleet grounded
A tail rotor vibration has forced the Royal Australian Navy’s MRH-90 helicopters based at HMAS Albatross to be grounded. ...
25 Jul 2019
DroneShield wins Defence Innovation Network scheme grant
DroneShield has been selected by the Defence Innovation Network (DIN) for a grant-based collaboration program, in conjunction with Innovation Connecti...
25 Jul 2019
Australia and PNG deepen defence partnership
Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds has met with her Papua New Guinean counterpart, Saki Soloma, in Canberra to discuss the countries’ enduring Defe...
24 Jul 2019
Challenges abound for new British PM, who seeks to restore UK’s global position
Boris Johnson has emerged as the victor – vanquishing his nearest rival to take the role of Prime Minister of the UK with renewed bluster and a com...
24 Jul 2019
Exercise Talisman Sabre 19: Japanese Self-Defense Forces take part
With Exercise Talisman Sabre 19 officially kicking off, Defence Connect will provide continuous imagery updates from the biennial exercise. ...
24 Jul 2019
China’s next-gen amphibious expeditionary capability takes shape
While a great deal of emphasis has been placed on China’s growing aircraft carrier and submarine fleets, the rising power’s Type 075 large-deck am...
24 Jul 2019
Open Arms retains accreditation
Minister for Veterans and Defence Personnel Darren Chester has welcomed the decision for Open Arms – Veterans and Families Counselling to successfu...
24 Jul 2019
Victorian cyber security company receives government funding
Melbourne-based company CyRise Accelerator has received over $100,000 in funding from the federal government, in a move that will strengthen national ...
24 Jul 2019
DST in pursuit of high-performance computing capability for Defence
Defence Science Technology’s (DST) John Taylor is on the hunt for a high-performance computing solution to support Defence’s key tactical and st...
24 Jul 2019
Timor receives Guardian Class preview
Senior officers and officials of Timor-Leste’s military and Defence Department have had a glimpse of the nation’s future patrol boat during a rece...

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