strike & air combat
23 Jan 2019

Singapore one step closer to joining the ‘F-35 club’ a win for Aussie industry

Singaporean Defence Minister, Dr Ng Eng Hen, has confirmed that the south-east Asian nation would be pursuing the F-35 to replace the Republic of Sing...
22 Jan 2019
‘Buzz the tower’ RAAF outlines fighter training for Feb to June
RAAF Base Williamtown will be a hive of activity as Hawk Lead-in Fighter aircraft and PC-9 aircraft return to the Salt Ash Air Weapons Range (SAAWR) ...
21 Jan 2019
‘Anywhere, anytime, any place’ – Trump lays out Space Force plans
US President Donald Trump has unveiled a new drive to update the country’s missile defence system, which includes a “space-based missile defence l...
18 Jan 2019
Raytheon wins AMRAAM support contract
Raytheon Missile Systems has secured a US$9.5 million firm-fixed-price contract modification to provide life of type support for the AMRAAM with the U...
17 Jan 2019
Lockheed Martin secures US$172m contract for LRASM
The US Navy and US Air Force have awarded Lockheed Martin a US$172 million contract to produce the second lot of the Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRA...
16 Jan 2019
Industry critical to 5th-gen delivery: AIRCDRE Kitcher
Defence industry has played a key role in delivering air combat capabilities for the Royal Australian Air Force and, with the transition to a fifth-ge...
14 Jan 2019
UK air combat capabilities reach new heights with IOC for F-35
UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has marked a major step-change in the air combat capabilities of the Royal Air Force, with the nation’s growin...
10 Jan 2019
Avalon ’19 releases innovation awards shortlist
Twenty-three Australian SMEs, research institutions and individuals from across the country have made the shortlist for the $60,000 Avalon 2019 Innova...
10 Jan 2019
Deal finalised for Canada’s purchase of Australian fighter jets
Canada has committed to the purchase of 25 F-18 aircraft from Australia, with the first fighter expected to be operating within the next six months....
8 Jan 2019
Boeing and Lockheed partner to develop IRST systems for Super Hornets
The US Navy has engaged Boeing and Lockheed Martin to develop infrared search and track (IRST) sensors for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter aircraft...
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