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minehunters service life extended
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. ...
systems integration and sustainment the way forward
15 Aug 2017
Systems integration and sustainment lucrative alternatives
Although South Australia and Western Australia are locked in for the construction of Australia’s $89 billion naval shipbuilding projects, the race ...
15 Aug 2017
Certainty lacking in defence industry
Western Australia’s inaugural defence industry advocate Rear Admiral (Ret'd) Raydon Gates spoke with Defence Connect following his appointment last ...
15 Aug 2017
Defence industy hearing goes regional
A parliamentary regional hearing into opportunities to grow the NSW defence industry and promote regional investment has travelled to Orange. ...
15 Aug 2017
Support extended for defence SME internships
Third or fourth-year engineering undergraduates have the opportunity to join small to medium enterprises in the defence industry under a Department of...
14 Aug 2017
Billion-dollar Tiger aircraft grounded
Following Airbus’ investigation into the fatal crash of a German variant of the armed reconnaissance helicopter, Australia’s Tiger aircraft have b...
14 Aug 2017
Leading the SYPAQ: Victorian SME lands multiple Defence projects
The Australian Army and Air Force are set to benefit from innovative solutions from one Victorian company, the first to be awarded multiple projects ...
14 Aug 2017
Strong leadership crucial to winning defence work
Whether you are a SME in the defence space or a prime with the backing of multibillion-dollar parent company, creating an environment with quality lea...
11 Aug 2017
Drone manufacturing takes flight in NSW
A former naval dockyard in NSW has become home to a state-of-the-art drone manufacturing operation, delivering products with scope for defence and com...
11 Aug 2017
Blast off: LAND 400 Phase 2 tests complete
The competition to secure the $5 billion LAND 400 Phase 2 contract has wrapped up, with the completion of a final series of blast tests on vehicles fr...
11 Aug 2017
State competition detrimental to industry
Key defence industry pundits have slammed the current dynamic of defence procurement that are seeing states go head-to-head to secure work from the ...
11 Aug 2017
WA more than just maritime capabilities
As Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Raydon Gates adds another defence accolade to his achievements with his appointment as Western Australia’s defence advoca...
11 Aug 2017
Former DoD figure to lead defence and industry policy
Former Department of Defence First Assistant Secretary Defence Industry Policy Kate Louis has been appointed as the new head of defence and industry p...
11 Aug 2017
IT company wins award for support of Defence Reservists
An IT solutions and services company has been recognised for its support of Australia’s Defence Force Reservists. ...
10 Aug 2017
Tasmania seizes on Future Submarines opportunities
Australia’s Future Submarine Program briefing has travelled to Hobart, attracting over 50 Australian companies to the event. ...
10 Aug 2017
Contender completes SEA 5000 bid phase
BAE Systems has become the first SEA 5000 Future Frigates contender to publicly announce it has submitted its bid for the $35 billion project, which w...
10 Aug 2017
PODCAST: Getting stronger, smarter and connected – NSW Department of Industry’s Peter Scott details the state’s strategy to attract defence business
The NSW government has recently unveiled its approach for supporting defence business while attracting organisations and defence programs into the sta...
10 Aug 2017
UAS capability acquisition under fire
As the Australian Air Force marks the end of an era with the withdrawal of the Heron remotely piloted aircraft from service, questions have been raise...
10 Aug 2017
NSW defence industry under siege from other states
NSW must develop and execute plans to respond to competition from other Australian states and their shared investment with defence industry to secure...
10 Aug 2017
Australia farewells Heron UAS capability
Remotely piloted aircraft Heron has officially been withdrawn from service with the Royal Australian Air Force. ...

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