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21 Jun 2017
DCNS CEO: ASC will be consumed by DCNS
There are fears Australia’s naval industry sovereign capability could be under threat, with French firm DCNS declaring it will act as both architect...
fears fsp local build and assembly figure could be just   per cent
21 Jun 2017
Fears FSP local contribution could be just 60%
South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has said “damning evidence” presented at a Senate hearing has suggested DCNS has backed away from its initi...
21 Jun 2017
Australia falling behind in mastering complexity
An innovative defence industry has more wide-ranging benefits than just defence. Many of the most popular features in electronic devices have been fun...
21 Jun 2017
Williamtown Aerospace Centre welcomes new company
Australian company Dexata has announced it has established a new office in the Williamtown Aerospace Centre (WAC). ...
21 Jun 2017
Same companies, new names
Two defence companies have announced changes to their names, effective immediately. ...
21 Jun 2017
Australia to withdraw reservation barring women from combat roles
Following a public hearing by the treaties committee into opportunities for women to serve in combat roles within the Australian Defence Force, Austr...
20 Jun 2017
F-35As resume flying operations
Australia’s JSF F-35As, attached to the US 56th Fighter Wing, will resume local F-35A flight operations on Wednesday, 21 June following an 11-day ...
20 Jun 2017
Steel cut for Australia’s supply ships
The first cut of the steel being used to build the Auxiliary Oiler and Replenishment ships (AORs) for the Royal Australian Navy has been undertaken, f...
20 Jun 2017
Risky business – building up capacity and capabilities
As preparation towards the build of Australia’s 12 Future Submarines gears up, DCNS Australia’s chief executive Brent Clark reflected on what li...
20 Jun 2017
Canberra-based company to bring robots to state police force
Xtek has announced it has been awarded a $1.7 million contract to supply two explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) robots to a state police force. ...
20 Jun 2017
Cyber Range simulation training centre opens ahead of 2020 Olympics
A new Cyber Range training facility in Toranomon, Tokyo, has been opened to provide hands-on training for cyber security professionals. ...
19 Jun 2017
LAND 400 project begins air transportability trials
Phase 2 of the Australian Army's largest-ever defence procurement project, LAND 400, has gone to Canberra for air transportability trials. ...
19 Jun 2017
Australia’s satellite capabilities get $500m investment
The Turnbull government has announced a $500 million investment to improve Australia’s space-based intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance cap...
19 Jun 2017
Healthcare company secures $185m defence contract
Australian company Central Healthcare Services has been awarded a $185 million contract to provide the Australian Defence Force (ADF) with access to a...
19 Jun 2017
Industry and government stay quiet on domestic shipbuilding percentages
Putting a percentage on the Australian workforce’s input on shipbuilding projects has been a topic of hot debate among the industry and the public....
19 Jun 2017
Why Odouard accepted CEO role at Xtek
Xtek chief executive Philippe Odouard – who took up the reins of the ASX-listed homeland security equipment provider in October last year – has p...
17 Jun 2017
Australian government agencies to get security boost
Defence and security company Saab has been awarded a contract to enhance security measures at strategic Australian government facilities as part of a ...
17 Jun 2017
Australia and India share expertise on C-17A
A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) C-17A Globemaster III and crew have conducted a one week visit to their Indian Air Force counterparts. ...
16 Jun 2017
Pyne and Marles trade blows over shipbuilding numbers
The saga of shipbuilding politicisation has continued, with the federal government and opposition in dispute over the valley of death and employment i...
16 Jun 2017
First AWD accepted by Defence
The first Air Warfare Destroyer (Hobart) was provisionally accepted by the government at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in Adelaide. ...

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