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opv engines could be built in australia
11 Aug 2017
OPV engines could be built in Australia
Despite many key defence industry leaders identifying naval engine manufacturing as a capability gap in Australia, one Offshore Patrol Vessel tenderer...
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11 Aug 2017
Future Frigates Project forges ahead
Navantia has become the second Future Frigates contender to announce it has submitted its bid to the Commonwealth for the $35 billion project. ...
14 Aug 2017
Defence accepts pilot training aircraft
Australia has officially welcomed the first six of its new, cutting-edge training aircraft acquired under AIR 5428. ...
17 Aug 2017
ADF prepares for missile threats
As North Korea continues its threats with intercontinental ballistic missiles, a new research agreement with defence industry has been signed to explo...
22 Aug 2017
Submariners sacrifice memorialised
The Australian Defence Force and the defence industry have marked the 50-year anniversary of the commissioning of the HMAS Platypus submarine base i...
22 Aug 2017
RAAF Base Pearce continues integral training role
Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) pilots will continue to fly out of RAAF Base Pearce in Western Australia for another 25 years under a new tr...
25 Aug 2017
Australian manufacturer marks C-130J milestone
Advanced composites manufacturer Quickstep Holdings has celebrated the manufacture and delivery of the 100th shipset of wing flaps for the C130J Super...
1 Sep 2017
New shipbuilding office anchored in Adelaide
An Australian shipbuilder has opened a new office in Adelaide, with hopes the company’s Adelaide workforce will grow into the hundreds if it is awar...
4 Sep 2017
Australia urges stronger UN sanctions on North Korea
Australia has called on the UN Security Council (UNSC) and China to look at stronger measures to deter North Korea, in the wake of the regime’s sixt...
7 Sep 2017
ASRV selects Canadian system
Australia’s next-generation Antarctic Supply and Research Vessel (ASRV) will use a custom-designed ballast water management system (BWMS) to support...
8 Sep 2017
New secure defence and national security platform unveiled
In a time when data has never been more valuable to government and businesses, and more vulnerable to cyber attacks, a new secure computer network pla...
8 Sep 2017
Aerospace world set for new pecking order under $30bn acquisition
In an estimated $30 billion transaction, United Technologies Corporation (UTC) will purchase aviation giant Rockwell Collins, a move set to make the n...
11 Sep 2017
SUBS in Schools program gets expert support
In support of Australia’s naval shipbuilding agenda, ASC Shipbuilding has backed the STEM education SUBS in Schools program, mentoring one South Aus...
12 Sep 2017
Australia and Singapore strengthen regional co-operation
Australia and Singapore have completed amphibious landing craft and aviation training off the east coast of Australia as part of Joint Task Group Indo...
13 Sep 2017
Defence stands firm on SEA 5000 public interest immunity claims
Minister for Defence Marise Payne has refused to disclose information and correspondence between Defence, ASC, Austal and the three Future Frigate ten...
15 Sep 2017
Australia increases satellite spending
After Defence extended its C1 satellite partnership with Optus in June, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has gone to tender for a n...
14 Sep 2017
Next-gen missile warning and protection system in development
With fears of missile launches in the Korean Peninsula at an all time high, two defence primes are integrating their advanced technology to create an ...
14 Sep 2017
Defence communication methods slammed
A Senate ­committee has told the Department of Defence to review its communication and co-ordination mechanisms, following a report into the acquis...
18 Sep 2017
Military personnel get set for Invictus Games
The Australian Invictus Games team has received its official uniform ahead of the athletes departure to the games in Toronto, Canada. ...
28 Sep 2017
Australian research on track for further development
An Australia university will have its meteorite tracking capability enhanced under a joint agreement with a defence giant. ...

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