strike & air combat
22 Sep 2017

Supply agreement secured with tech giant

An electronic systems solution provider has confirmed a new long-term supply arrangement with multinational giant Toshiba. ...
20 Sep 2017
Australia to open world-first Spike missile manufacturing facility
A NSW defence engineering company has partnered with an Israeli defence systems leader to deliver Australian production and assembly of Spike missiles...
19 Sep 2017
Williamtown welcomes latest JSF provider
A UK firm has opened an Australian field office in preparation to support the Joint Strike Fighter project in the Asia-Pacific region. ...
18 Sep 2017
Canberra company to deliver JSF tech
A new office has been launched in Canberra in preparation to provide data sets for operational missions for the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter. ...
14 Sep 2017
Next-gen missile warning and protection system in development
With fears of missile launches in the Korean Peninsula at an all time high, two defence primes are integrating their advanced technology to create an ...
13 Sep 2017
Competition for Canadian Air Force dollar heats up
While Canada is considering purchasing Australia’s F/A-18 classic Hornets, the US State Department has approved a potential sale of Boeing F/A-18E...
11 Sep 2017
End of an era for multi-role aircraft
One of the world’s longest-running production stories in the aviation industry will come to an end in 2019 when production ceases for the multi-role...
8 Sep 2017
Aerospace world set for new pecking order under $30bn acquisition
In an estimated $30 billion transaction, United Technologies Corporation (UTC) will purchase aviation giant Rockwell Collins, a move set to make the n...
7 Sep 2017
AIR 7003 decision edges closer
As Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) pushes its case for Project AIR 7003 Phase 1, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has announced ...
31 Aug 2017
Defence seeks more partners for fifth-generation air force
The Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) endeavour to become the world’s first fifth-generation air force will require more input from academia an...
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