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9 Apr 2018
Australian soldiers identified from Battle of Fromelles
Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester has confirmed that nine World War I Australian soldiers who fought in the Battle of Fromelles in France...
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9 Apr 2018
RAAF deploys to US for Exercise Green Flag
The Royal Australian Air Force has deployed 23 personnel and a C-130J Hercules transport aircraft from 37 Squadron to take part in Exercise Green Flag...
9 Apr 2018
Defence exports require hard work: Pyne
Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has cautioned Australian defence firms they will need to do the hard yards to achieve export success. ...
9 Apr 2018
Austal USA awarded $10m for LCS
The United States Department of Defense has awarded Austal USA US$10 million for a cost-plus-award fee against a previously awarded basic ordering a...
9 Apr 2018
NSW employers recognised for support of Defence Reservists
The Defence Reserves Support Council has awarded deserving bosses at their annual Employer Support Awards. ...
6 Apr 2018
Prime awards cruise ship block contracts to SA builders
SEA 5000 bidder Fincantieri has selected two South Australian companies to build cruise ship blocks as part of the Italian company’s Australian oper...
6 Apr 2018
Australian steel companies sign Future Submarine contracts
Australian steel makers Bisalloy and BlueScope have signed new contracts with Naval Group Australia to produce up to 250 tonnes of specialised steel...
6 Apr 2018
Threat of conflict heating up
Climate change is a “threat multiplier” increasing the risk of conflict and pushing up the demand for Australian Defence Force operations national...
6 Apr 2018
South Australia uniting space industry for CRC
A South Australian university and a defence and satellite communications business are leading the charge to establish a space industry-focused co-op...
6 Apr 2018
New player in Defence IT game
National IT services firm FTS Group has acquired Connexxion, a Canberra-based ICT company with Defence IT experience, for an undisclosed sum. ...
5 Apr 2018
AMC 'intrinsic part' of Naval Shipbuilding College
The federal government has maintained the recently unveiled Naval Shipbuilding College in Adelaide will work with, rather than against, the University...
5 Apr 2018
First research into veteran wellbeing released
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) has released the first stages of research making up part of largest study undertaken to examine the impact...
5 Apr 2018
Tasmania set sights on US defence industry opportunities
Tasmania’s Advanced Manufacturing and Defence Industries Minister Jeremy Rockliff will lead a trade delegation to the US next week in a bid to secu...
5 Apr 2018
Leading AI and robotics researchers to boycott university developing “killer drones”
More than 50 leading artificial intelligence and robotics researchers from 30 different countries have declared that they will boycott all contact wi...
5 Apr 2018
Defence prime targets local talent for aerospace careers
Hunter Valley students will get up close and personal with the Hawk Lead-In Fighter aircraft this week while learning about the future opportunities ...
5 Apr 2018
Queensland to host inaugural Defence Industry Summit
Ipswich, the manufacturing home of Australia’s future Rheinmetall Boxer vehicles, will host an inaugural Defence Industry Summit in August this year...
5 Apr 2018
Combat and support troops make the best post-military project managers: Moore
Drawing on a key experience in the Defence Force and being a well-known figure in the Australian workplace transitioning sector for military staff, W...
4 Apr 2018
WA engineering company secures SEA 5000 partnership
Western Australia’s Hofmann Engineering has landed another partnership for a major defence project, this time securing a memorandum of understanding...
4 Apr 2018
Naval Shipbuilding College to help counter nationwide skills shortage
The government’s Naval Shipbuilding College, to be led by KBR and Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), has been hailed as a key driver of developing...
4 Apr 2018
Workforce mobilisation next challenge for defence industry
BAE Systems Australia CEO Gabby Costigan has warned that in order to be able to compete for major defence tenders in any credible sense, Australian ke...

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