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21 Aug 2019
Expanding allied interoperability by enabling F-35 cross-decking
With a number of Australia’s allies investing in the short take-off, vertical landing ‘B’ variant of the F-35 and Australian leaders and policy ...
21 Aug 2019
Photo Essay: Exercise TAFAKULA 2019
For the first time, the Australian Army has participated in the Tongan-led Exercise TAFAKULA. ...
21 Aug 2019
Queensland positions itself as hub for Navy’s force reorientation
As the Royal Australian Navy faces increased operational and strategic responsibilities to the immediate north of the continent, basing and support in...
21 Aug 2019
Australia commits to help secure the Persian Gulf
Prime Minister Scott Morrison, alongside Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds, has announced a renewed Australian commitm...
21 Aug 2019
Hit! HMAS Hobart conducts first missile firing in Australian waters
Lead ship of the Hobart Class guided missile destroyers HMAS Hobart has become the first of the class to successfully fire a missile in Australian w...
21 Aug 2019
Schools participate in 2nd Code Quest competition in Canberra
Eleven teams from schools in three Australian states and territories have gathered in Lockheed Martin Australia’s LMA House in Canberra to compete i...
21 Aug 2019
Bombing capacity of RAAF F-35As quadrupled
Following the arrival of the GBU-39/B Small Diameter Bomb to Royal Australian Air Force No.3 Squadron, the bombing capacity of F-35As has significant...
21 Aug 2019
RAN signs Cape Class patrol boat lease extension
The Royal Australian Navy has advised Austal that the RAN has signed a two-year lease extension with the National Australia Bank for its Cape Class p...
21 Aug 2019
Sharpening Poseidon’s trident: More capability coming to P-8A
The US Navy has awarded Boeing a US$34.5 million contract to provide the equipment and kits to add a sixth mission crew workstation to previously deli...
20 Aug 2019
Securing Australia’s naval shipbuilding future and navigating the challenges of industry modernisation
Australia’s record $95 billion shipbuilding program is poised to reshape the nation’s naval shipbuilding capacity and the future warfare capabilit...
20 Aug 2019
Japan leads development of regional ‘capability aggregation and collective deterrence’
The Japanese government’s approval of the F-35B acquisition and modernisation of its maritime capabilities has been designed to reinforce the nation...
20 Aug 2019
Photo Essay: VP Day commemorated in Adelaide
A new VP (Victory in the Pacific) Day commemoration service ceremony has taken place at the Air Force Memorial, Torrens Parade Ground, Adelaide, wit...
20 Aug 2019
Expanding the capability of the OPVs ahead of mission creep
Australia’s Armidale Class patrol boats have steadily experienced mission creep throughout their operational life, therefore it is reasonable to ass...
20 Aug 2019
Global wrap-up: Japan confirms F-35B plans, Germany begins acquisition of future fleet oiler
This global wrap-up provides updates of industry developments across the globe, including new procurement deals, capability introductions and key anno...
20 Aug 2019
Austal inks $126m deal to export Cape Class patrol boats
Austal has announced it has signed a $126 million contract with Trinidad and Tobago to construct two Cape Class patrol boats (CCPB). ...
20 Aug 2019
Army helps to ‘close the gap’ in East Pilbara
The remote East Pilbara community of Jigalong, Western Australia, has come together for the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Programme (AACAP) 201...
20 Aug 2019
DST and Next-Gen Tech Fund to support tech and manufacturing collaboration
Defence Science and Technology and the Next Generation Technologies Fund (NGTF) have announced the launch of the 'A Joint Effort' Stage 2 competition ...
20 Aug 2019
Outgoing AWM director thanked for achievements
After seven years as director of the Australian War Memorial, Dr Brendan Nelson AO has announced he will finish his time in the role at the end of 20...
19 Aug 2019
US Studies Centre study calls for greater Australian Indo-Pacific pivot
The perfect storm of factors is seeing the US military capability in the Indo-Pacific “atrophy” in the face of rising tactical and strategic chall...
19 Aug 2019
Photo Essay: Samoa takes delivery of new Guardian Class patrol boat
The Australian government has handed over the newest Guardian Class patrol boat, Nafanua II, to the Samoan government at a ceremony in Henderson, We...

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