The strategic partnership formed under the Warship Asset Management Agreement has been awarded a five year, $1.9 billion contract extension. Read more
At this stage, the program office is taking a program approach to the two projects in order to maximise value for money through economies of scale, using a common hull where possible for the new engineering vehicles.
Space 2.0 emphasises commercial space enterprises as leaders and exploits new technologies that deliver low costs and high returns in good time.
Effective 20th March 2018, the DTC will cease to fulfil its role as AIDN’s SA state chapter, and will withdraw as a member of AIDN.
In December 2017 the company committed to the BAE Systems Power and Propulsion Team.
The advanced high-level protection for the Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle (CRV) will be produced at Ruag's Bayswater facility in Victoria.
Lockheed Martin Australia House is home to Lockheed Martin’s local corporate and business development functions and will also house the Lockheed Martin Endeavour Centre.
The Congress saw a packed program of presentations from industry, Defence and government.
The inaugural Women in Defence Awards were launched last week at the 15th annual ADM Congress in Canberra.
ADM's Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with Chief of Air Force to get an update on all things RAAF.
Once upon a time, there was a capability known as Electronic Warfare in the RAAF. It was the home of PowerPoint slides with lightning bolts connecting everything in new and exciting ways. Few truly understood how EW worked or what it could do.
Considering the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capability is the primary strategic purpose for the Sea 5000 Future Frigate acquisition, the pros and cons of the various tenders in this regard have received far less attention than other concerns.
Dogged by reports of poor rate of effort and availability, Taipan and Tiger military helicopters have had a turbulent introduction into the ADF. But gains are being made slowly but surely.