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17 Apr 2019
Higher, faster, further – The pursuit of next-generation fighter dominance
While F-35 production ramps up, American and European research and development efforts have turned to a next generation of air supremacy aircraft with...
17 Apr 2019
Next-gen tech fund seeks input to protect soldiers against CBRN
Defence Science and Technology and the Next Generation Technologies Fund have called for partners to support the development of CBRN medical counterm...
17 Apr 2019
Damen Marine Components completes support of Australian ASRV
In an important milestone in the build of the Antarctic Supply Research Vessel (ASRV) Nuyina for the Australian government’s Antarctic Division, Dam...
17 Apr 2019
Lockheed Martin's 360-degree pilot visual system completes first flight
Lockheed Martin has announced that its Pilotage Distributed Aperture Sensor (PDAS) system has taken flight for the first time aboard the V-280 Valor h...
17 Apr 2019
Labor announces election commitment to establish Launceston Maritime Defence precinct
A $20 million Maritime Defence, Innovation and Design Precinct would be established in Launceston if Labor were to win the federal election, the oppo...
17 Apr 2019
Cubic wins NZ Ministry of Defence contract
The New Zealand Ministry of Defence has tasked the Cubic Corporation with delivering its command and control (C2) capabilities to support the Network ...
17 Apr 2019
Defence Industry Security Program to support response to security challenges
Australian defence businesses are being encouraged to self-nominate to receive support as part of the new Defence Industry Security Program, making it...
16 Apr 2019
Integrated air power and special forces as force multipliers in Australia Forward
Long-range air power and integrated air defence have long served as two powerful force multipliers in developing a balanced continental defence and ...
16 Apr 2019
From Stuka to the Apache, Tiger and B-1: The role of close air support as a force multiplier
With screaming sirens, the infamous diving Stuka set the standard for combined arms close air support operations. While techniques and technology have...
16 Apr 2019
Runners lace up for virtual Anzac Day challenge
Hundreds of Australians have committed to running 25 kilometres over 25 days in April to raise funds and awareness for veteran support charity Mates4M...
16 Apr 2019
Defence seeks engineering support vehicles
The Department of Defence has released a request for tender (RFT) for engineering support vehicles, including earth-moving and material handling equip...
16 Apr 2019
BAE Systems doubles down on global supply chain access for Aussie suppliers
BAE Systems Australia is opening the doors to its global supply chain this week, inviting local businesses to pitch for work with the company. ...
16 Apr 2019
Swinburne University receives composite material manufacturing funding
Swinburne University of Technology, alongside its research and industry partners, has been awarded $1 million of funding for a $3.5 million project f...
16 Apr 2019
Opposition commits to supporting regional defence industry content
Shadow defence minister Richard Marles and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have announced a plan that would see regional Australian defence suppliers h...
16 Apr 2019
REDARC delivers thermal signature solution to Army for artillery test
The Australian Army has successfully engaged practice targets for the first time with the SMArt155 munitions in an operational training environment, t...
15 Apr 2019
Australia Forward: Balancing expeditionary and continental defence capabilities (Part 6)
Indo-Pacific Asia’s evolving power paradigm is changing the way Australia views itself and its position in this changing world. The need for both co...
15 Apr 2019
Little green men and the rise of hybrid warfare operations
The occupation of the Crimea in 2014 sparked international condemnation as the world responded to renewed Russian aggression, however, it wasn’t the...
15 Apr 2019
Australia to host GDLS chief technology officer
General Dynamics Land Systems chief technology officer David Crocker has travelled to Australia to strengthen the company’s local subsidiary’s bid...
15 Apr 2019
Photo Essay: RAAF training capabilities on show
The Royal Australian Air Force was able to show off 15 different aircraft in its fleet at the Avalon Airshow, including four different planes used fo...
15 Apr 2019
Industry recognised for Reserves support
Australia’s defence industry partners have been recognised by the Defence Reserves Support Council for their continuing support for Defence Force Re...

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