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20 Feb 2017
Iraqi law enforcement trainees graduate from Aus-NZ Task Group Taji
Around 1,900 police from Iraq’s Ninewah province graduated last week from the Taji Military Complex, part of Australia and New Zealand’s expande...
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17 Feb 2017
Broens NSW under administration
Defence applications company Broens NSW has gone into administration, with creditors learning that EY are in the process of looking at the future of t...
17 Feb 2017
Minister Payne visits Brussels for counter-terrorism conference
Minister for Defence Senator Marise Payne travelled to Brussels, Belgium, yesterday for discussions on key Australian defence, security and strategi...
17 Feb 2017
Submarine Industry Day comes to Sydney
Representatives from the Future Submarines Program yesterday briefed Australian industry delegates in Sydney about opportunities available in the prog...
16 Feb 2017
Defence releases first Military Sales Equipment Catalogue
The first Australian Military Sales Equipment Catalogue was released by Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne, as per recommendations from th...
16 Feb 2017
Homeland security specialist company secures ADF contract
XTEK Limited has been awarded a $1.1 million purchase order with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to supply x-ray generators. ...
16 Feb 2017
Defence companies make Top 100 for graduate employers
Four defence companies – Thales, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems and Broadspectrum – have made the list of the Australian Financial Review’s Top 1...
16 Feb 2017
Adapting to a new security and policy environment
With the emergence of cyber security threats, terrorist actions, fragile states and diminished rule of law in some parts of the world, Australia’s s...
15 Feb 2017
Dawn of the entrepreneurial scientist: CSIRO
The CSIRO is talking up the value of what it terms ‘the entrepreneurial scientist’, noting that a good team must have this type of researcher in i...
15 Feb 2017
Australia-US alliance still strong
Newly appointed US Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne had their first phone call last week, showing ...
15 Feb 2017
RAAF Red Flag 17-1 concludes
After three weeks in Nevada, RAAF personnel have concluded Exercise Red Flag 17-1. ...
14 Feb 2017
SMEs urged to change strategy to benefit from links with academia
The CSIRO has called on small to medium enterprises active in Defence and academia to dramatically adjust the way in which they approach research inst...
14 Feb 2017
Government outlines Defence industry achievements since 2016
After just over half a year since the Turnbull government’s re-election in July 2016, Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne has outlined al...
14 Feb 2017
Investment in Australian talent crucial to Defence’s future
BAE Systems Australia CEO Glynn Phillips has argued  that a continued investment in skills and education for Australian workers is needed to deliver ...
13 Feb 2017
US Raptors arrive in Northern Territory
A squadron of United States Air Force (USAF) F-22 Raptors arrived in Australia on Friday ahead of the first Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) activity u...
13 Feb 2017
NT aims to secure defence projects
The Northern Territory government is establishing a team in Canberra to lobby the federal government and the US for defence industry spending. ...
13 Feb 2017
Piaggio Aerospace to appear at Avalon Airshow
Italian multinational aerospace manufacturing company Piaggio Aerospace has announced it will participate in this year’s Avalon Airshow in Geelong....
13 Feb 2017
Australia to save 25% on JSF under new Trump deal
Minister for Defence Industry Christoper Pyne has confirmed a 25 per cent reduction in price of the Joint Strike Fighters (JSF) from 2014. ...
11 Feb 2017
Australia sells Thales Bushmaster vehicles to Fiji
Australia has sold 10 refurbished Thales Bushmaster protected mobility vehicles to Fiji to support their United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions in...
11 Feb 2017
NIOA completes Site Acceptance Testing of LVS2
Australasia’s largest privately-owned supplier of small arms and ammunition NIOA has successfully completed Site Acceptance Testing of the LVS2 Nex...

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