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18 Aug 2017
Australian workforce backed in by SEA 5000 contenders
Italian shipbuilding firm Fincantieri has come out in support of Australia's local shipbuilding workforce, backing in Adelaide workers for the Future ...
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18 Aug 2017
Projects of Concern list grows
The Department of Defence has confirmed two Air Force projects have been added to its Projects of Concern list. ...
18 Aug 2017
Aus armour steel selected by LAND 400 contender
A Wollongong SME has signed a teaming agreement with a LAND 400 Phase 2 contender to develop and produce high performance armour steel for the projec...
18 Aug 2017
Sovereign capability unachievable without Australian shipbuilders
An Australian shipbuilder must be used to construct the nine Future Frigates if Australia is to have any chance of developing a sovereign shipbuilding...
18 Aug 2017
Aus shipbuilders push for home-grown SEA5000 build solution
As South Australian politicians seek answers from the federal government for not mandating the use of Australian shipbuilders for the Future Frigates ...
17 Aug 2017
Melbourne SME to deliver ADF a technical edge
Defence has invested in weapons delivery systems and rocket propellants, with the signing of a new agreement between Defence Science and Technology (D...
17 Aug 2017
ADF naval capabilities on the radar
A NSW sonar specialist SME has signed a research partnership to pursue innovative maritime defence technologies. ...
17 Aug 2017
Countdown is on for Australia's F-35s
Less than 500 days remain until the first two Australian F-35A aircraft arrive in Australia for permanent basing in Williamtown. ...
17 Aug 2017
Australia and Middle East defence industries in sync
Similarities between Australia and the Middle East can be few and far between in some areas, but the chief executive of an Australasian defence and en...
17 Aug 2017
Tasmania unveils defence advocate
Tasmania has become the latest state to appoint its inaugural defence industry advocate to raise the profile of the state’s defence capabilities. ...
17 Aug 2017
The art of developing super soldiers
The Human Performance Research Network (HPRnet), an initiative of the Australian Army and Defence Science Technology Group, are looking to improve the...
16 Aug 2017
ASC given ‘execution notice’
South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon and Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne have gone head-to-head over the Future Frigates Project, wit...
16 Aug 2017
AIR 5428 project takes flight
Lockheed Martin has celebrated an AIR 5428 milestone, celebrating the Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Leo Davies’ first flight of the in-service PC-...
16 Aug 2017
Future Frigates contender backs SA workforce
One Future Frigates contender has gone on the record to ease the ASC workforce’s fears, maintaining the company will use an Australian workforce to...
16 Aug 2017
Aus supplier withdraws from Thales Hawkei project
The original provider of the bonnets and other composites for the $1.3 billion LAND 121 Phase 4 Thales Hawkei vehicles has withdrawn from the projec...
16 Aug 2017
Diversification key to success
While the 2016 Defence White Paper represented a significant amount of investment in defence industry over the next decade, industry pundits have said...
16 Aug 2017
Defence sustainment in the spotlight
Better Defence sustainment management and reporting is back on the agenda, with the joint committee of public accounts and audit conducting a public h...
16 Aug 2017
Intelligence agencies admin and expenditure report tabled
The parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security has tabled its review into the administration and expenditure of the six intelligence a...
15 Aug 2017
LAND 400 contender unveils multimillion-dollar fund
A LAND 400 Phase 2 contender has revealed it will establish a multimillion-dollar fund as part of its bid for the $5 billion combat reconnaissance veh...
15 Aug 2017
Minehunters service life extended
The Australian government has granted first pass approval to extend the service life for the Navy’s Huon Class Minehunter Coastal vessels. ...

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