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Lockheed Martin and the Pentagon have informally agreed a price for the next batch of US F-35s. Yet even as costs lower, the program is still grappling with availability issues.
Trump’s preferred topic dominated the reporting and meetings: defence spending. It seems the allies are actually looking a bit closer at the issue.
General Atomics has been selected to provide Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper medium altitude long-endurance (MALE) UAS to the Dutch military following news that the platform will be capable of using GPS and Europe’s Galileo satnav system.
The Garden Island Bayinguwa Delivery Team will be responsible for managing the demolition of two deteriorated wharves and constructing a single new wharf in their place.
UMS Skeldar has confirmed that its global focus on maritime applications is to be spearheaded by the Skeldar V-200B.
Australia is in the early stages of preparation for the largest, most complex (not to mention expensive) program it has ever undertaken as a nation in the Future Submarine. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke to Mark Sander about what role the Submarine Institute of Australia plays in this space.
Once again Budget papers provide more information about the state of the union than almost any other document released by the Department or government.
Despite anecdotal reports Army's Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) is a potent battlefield capability which has earned the respect of both its crew and the land force it supports, it would seem-someone senior in Defence or Government, or perhaps both, wants to kill the program.
Since the new Australian Space Agency launched this week on July 1, the local space community has been coming out in force to support the renewed interest in all things space related for the nascent body.