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John Lonergan, Milskil
12 Jul 2018
PODCAST: Milskil to deliver training services following Australian JSF arrival, John Lonergan, Milskil
John Lonergan last joined the Defence Connect team at the 2017 Avalon Airshow, where we got our first look at the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fight...
Stephen Dando - Collins, author
6 Jul 2018
PODCAST: Remembering the heroes of Hamel 100 years on, Stephen Dando-Collins, author
The Battle of Hamel is remembered for introducing tactics that dramatically turned the tide against the Germans and changed the way that war is fought...
4 Jul 2018
PODCAST: The battle of Le Hamel and the 93 minutes that changed the world, Peter FitzSimons, author
The Battle of Le Hamel on 4 July 1918 was an Allied triumph, and strategically very important in the closing stages of WWI. A largely Australian force...
29 Jun 2018
PODCAST: Combat management systems and the new Hunter Class, Andy Keough, SAAB Australia
The SEA 5000 Future Frigate announcement has been hotly anticipated in recent months with those bidding for the contract joining the Defence Connect P...
22 Jun 2018
PODCAST: Thales’ ongoing involvement in the SEA 1000 program, Adam Waldie, Thales
Submarine technology continues to advance, with new threats being the driving force behind this development. Thales believes its previous experience w...
14 Jun 2018
PODCAST: Potential powerplant for SEA 5000, Rob Madders, Rolls-Royce Australia Services
Low underwater radiating noise is an important attribute for a defence vessel where undetectability in the underwater battlespace is key. Rolls-Royce ...
7 Jun 2018
PODCAST: WA’s position in the defence supply chain, senator Linda Reynolds CSC
Western Australia has attracted some negativity surrounding their potential for shipbuilding capability and their aptitude as a key participant in the...
31 May 2018
PODCAST: A proposed bid within AIR 7003, Warren Ludwig, General Atomics
With 36 years in the Air Force before his transition into corporate, Warren Ludwig, director of international strategic development Australia, NZ and ...
24 May 2018
PODCAST: Australian defence as a global player, Karen Stanton, HTA Group
Having recently returned from Washington after attending the G’Day USA gala Defence dialogue, Karen Stanton, director of corporate and strategy a...
17 May 2018
PODCAST: Development within the underwater battlespace, Capt Tim Green RN
With 25 years in service with the Royal Navy and now a captain in Navy Command HQ, Captain Tim Green has seen the underwater battlespace from both sid...
11 May 2018
PODCAST: CIVSEC 2018 – A focus on future threats
International in relevance, but with a focus on Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, CIVSEC 2018 offered key insights into the evolving nationa...
3 May 2018
PODCAST: Developing the roadmap for defence industry’s growth, Dr Sheridan Kearnan, Department of Defence
The recently-released Defence Industrial Capability Plan has outlined the government’s vision to build a robust, resilient and internationally-compe...
27 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Traversing the breach between innovation and violation, Tony Bannister-Tyrrell, Coras Solutions
Aircraft maintenance is an area where process and regimented guidelines are for obvious reasons of great importance, however it is also an area which ...
19 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Showcasing amazing people doing incredible things – Patrick Kidd, CEO, Invictus Games Sydney
The veteran community will converge on Sydney in October for the Invictus Games, an international sporting challenge that will include 500 competitors...
13 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Eye in the sky, Keirin Joyce, LTCOL – SO1 UAS, Army UAS (Drone) Sub-Program Manager
While drones are growing in popularity for recreational and commercial applications, Australia is currently one of the leaders in utilising this game-...
6 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Equipping Australia’s fighting force, Graham Evenden, director integrated weapons and sensors, Thales Australia
For over 100 years, Lithgow in NSW has been a centerpiece to Australia’s sovereign arms manufacturing capabilities  – with the armament factory e...
29 Mar 2018
PODCAST: De-risking the Type 26 vessel, Nigel Stewart, SEA 5000 managing director, BAE Systems
“We are de-risking a lot of the Type 26 equipment on the Type 23 in the UK, which gives us confidence. But I think... with the Australian program ru...
22 Mar 2018
PODCAST: Driving Australia’s defence industry at home and abroad, The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Defence Industry
Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne is tasked with enhancing collaboration and connectivity between defence and industry, and overseeing t...
15 Mar 2018
PODCAST: Fixing veteran unemployment, Tom Moore, WithYouWithMe, co-founder and CEO
“We thought that we could definitely have a crack at fixing that unemployment rate and underemployment rate. When we looked at the figures initially...
8 Mar 2018
PODCAST: More than just a builder of tanks and trucks, Gary Stewart, managing director, Rheinmetall Defence
Rheinmetall Defence Australia has made headlines recently as the industry awaits the announcement of the successful LAND 400 Phase 2 competitor. ...

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Dr. Malcolm Davis, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
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