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cold war thinking led to anzac betrayal
4 Aug 2017
Cold War thinking led to Anzac betrayal
Defence Connect sat down with author Frank Walker to discuss his latest book, Traitors: How Australia and its Allies Betrayed our Anzacs and let Nazi ...
Mohan Koo, Dtex
3 Aug 2017
PODCAST: Cyber security and the modern battlefront – Mohan Koo, Dtex
In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, Dtex co-founder Mohan Koo discusses cyber security as the new face of warfare and gives insight into t...
3 Aug 2017
Capability gaps present opportunities for SMEs and start-ups
The Commonwealth’s $89 billion naval buildup has forced Australia to take stock of its capabilities, and lack thereof. And while key industry player...
3 Aug 2017
Capitalise on local skills with a global focus
A strong domestic defence industry in Australia may be a noble pursuit, but the CEO of one Australia’s most successful SMEs has cautioned other busi...
3 Aug 2017
Defence industry platform reports surge in July traffic
Defence Connect marked a major milestone last month, surpassing 52,000 web sessions across its digital defence industry platform. ...
2 Aug 2017
Uncertainty remains over FSP local content figure
Months on from the announcement of Australia’s $50 billion Future Submarine Project and the former Naval Group Australia CEO’s promise of a 90 pe...
2 Aug 2017
Quickstep focuses on growth with business realignment
Australia’s most well-known manufacturer of advanced carbon fibre composites has announced a realigning of the business, with the changes aimed at d...
2 Aug 2017
Australia closes in on next 8 F-35s
Australia’s next lot of eight F-35A Joint Strike Fighters could be delivered early, according to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics’ director of F-35 in...
2 Aug 2017
Government caught out by the pace of cyber attacks
The Australian government has been dramatically outflanked by the recent global onslaught of cyber attacks, and is only now scrambling to discern asso...
1 Aug 2017
Victoria bullish on LAND 400 capabilities
Victoria’s Andrews government has come one step closer to securing the coveted multibillion-dollar LAND 400 contract, with the signing of an agreem...
1 Aug 2017
LAND 400 tenderer unveils defence hub location
Global defence giant BAE Systems has affirmed its LAND 400 proposition, unveiling today the state where it will base its operations. ...
1 Aug 2017
Collins Class sustainment project likely to come off concerns list
Australia’s sovereign submarine shipbuilder ASC has announced it has secured a further five-year contract for the sustainment of the Collins Class s...
1 Aug 2017
Keel laid for first Pacific Patrol Boat
Australia’s naval shipbuilding program has reached another milestone, with the ceremonial keel laying for the first new Pacific Patrol Boat. ...
1 Aug 2017
Upgraded facilities to benefit RAN
ASC has officially opened its upgraded facilities at ASC West in Henderson, Western Australia, strengthening Australia’s sovereign submarine capab...
1 Aug 2017
Prime partners with Australian university
The University of Sydney will look to capitalise on new opportunities in the aerospace, defence, security and transportation fields with a new partne...
31 Jul 2017
F-35 project to deliver decades' worth of benefit to Aus industry
As Australia’s third F-35A Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) A35-003 makes its way along the production line, Lockheed Martin is projecting the Australian ...
31 Jul 2017
Hawk 127 fleet receives upgraded air combat training solutions
Cubic Global Defense (CGD) has delivered more than 60 P5 Combat Training Systems (CTS/TCTS) with air combat maneuvering instrumentation (ACMI) pods fo...
31 Jul 2017
Prime’s new office to capitalise on commercial sales
A new design office in South Australia will become the hub for the commercial sales of Australia’s largest defence exporter. ...
31 Jul 2017
Trump’s F-35 criticisms quashed
Quickstep chief executive Mark Burgess has refuted US President Donald Trump’s criticisms of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) project, praising ...
31 Jul 2017
Aus appetite for innovation to accelerate cyber security tech
The seemingly inexhaustible hunger for innovation among Australian defence agencies is shaping as a key instrument in combating the growing threat fr...

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