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bae future frigate model
6 Oct 2017
SEA 5000 bidder launches online hub
One of the international contenders for the $35 billion SEA 5000 project has launched a new online hub for people interested in learning more about th...
broadspectrum fuel solution
9 Oct 2017
Defence gets fuel maintenance solution
A defence and oil and gas prime is delivering a national fuel maintenance solution for its defence contracts, utilising its resources sector experie...
9 Oct 2017
SEA 1180 bidder dominates export market
After being awarded a sustainment contract worth up to $18 million over three years for Australia’s Cape Class Patrol Boats, Austal has also announ...
9 Oct 2017
SA's defence presence on growth trajectory
A defence prime has appointed a regional director for South Australia to lead the company’s growing defence presence in the home of Australia’s na...
10 Oct 2017
Defence tech supports health of Australian environmental icon
A defence prime is using its know-how in autonomous ocean vehicles to improve the health of Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef. ...
10 Oct 2017
Foreign military increases interest in Aus F/A-18s
An Australian ally has officially expressed its interest in acquiring Australia’s Boeing F/A-18 fighter aircraft. ...
10 Oct 2017
SEA 1442 Shore Integration & Test Facility opens in Victoria
A leading European defence, aerospace and security prime has announced its intentions to build up its capability in Australia at the opening of the ...
11 Oct 2017
State deepens ties with Asian space agencies
Space and defence leaders from one Australian state have met with heads of foreign space organisations; Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) and ...
13 Oct 2017
Defence prime vice president joins Trump government
US President Donald Trump has announced his intent to appoint the senior vice president for Lockheed Martin International as Under Secretary of Defens...
13 Oct 2017
Valley of Death far from over: AMWU
Construction of the Osborne South Shipyard facility will not alleviate the South Australian shibuilding Valley of Death, representatives from the Aust...
17 Oct 2017
International missile developer partners with Australian steel manufacturer
A local steel manufacturer has partnered with an international defence systems provider that will see the Australian company take part in a major expo...
17 Oct 2017
Parliament supports re-listing of terrorist organisations
The parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security (PJCIS) has tabled reports today supporting the continued listing of Boko Haram and ...
19 Oct 2017
Deployable health capability tender extended
The closing date on the tender for the Australian Defence Force’s Deployable Health Capability (JP2060 Phase 3) has been extended by three weeks. ...
26 Oct 2017
Albury company takes out inaugural defence industries export award
A live fire target system business has won the first NSW Defence Industries Award at the Premier’s NSW Export Awards 2017, beating out competition f...
26 Oct 2017
Senate questions Parliament House security manual loss
After reports revealed a major defence prime was the company that lost the 1,000-page security manual for Australia’s Parliament House, the Departme...
31 Oct 2017
Former RAN Commander to lead Australian digital industry business
A digital industrial company has brought in a former Royal Australian Navy Commander to be the chief executive of its Australian business. ...
31 Oct 2017
Job expo targets workers for defence and space industry
The South Australian government has launched a job exposition to attract students to emerging industries in the state, including defence and space. ...
31 Oct 2017
Selex ES Australia flags opportunities for Aus defence sector
Michael Lenton, executive chairman of Selex ES Australia, has signalled some key opportunities for the Australian defence industry, warning however ...
2 Nov 2017
Split of OPV build increases cost and risk: ASPI
Higher costs and more inefficiencies in the build of Australia’s 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels will be inevitable as a result of a split build between...
2 Nov 2017
Australia and US developing Next Generation Jammer
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Australia and the US has been signed for the development of the Next Generation Jammer. ...

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