A modern helicopter training system for Navy and Army personnel has been approved by Defence Minister Senator David Johnston.
The full version of Defence Week Premium no.323 of 23 October 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. more »
Army’s provisional design acceptance of Thales Australia’s F90 assault rifle and integrated grenade launcher means Second Pass approval is on track for June 2015. Premium
While Australia’s Project SEA 1180 has been put on the back burner, the US Navy remains resolved to bring offboard MCM into its front line. ADM examines the means to effect this transformation, and challenges being encountered. Premium
Along with the large number of special interest groups and community sectors the government has infuriated with its tough budget, it's also set itself on a trajectory for an unholy row with one group it should reasonably have expected to stay onside. Premium
Over eighty aircraft and 2300 personnel from seven countries took part in the biennial Exercise Pitch Black over the empty skies of Australia’s Top End in August. Premium
The notion of acquiring new, enhanced non-lethal weapons, to provide deployed forces with greater options than through the use of lethal force, had its genesis in the 2009 Defence White Paper. And there it appears to have rested. Premium
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The October edition of ADM covers a wide range of topics surrounding the theme of sustainment.
Read about the Collins sustainment, the history of ASMD, Defence in the North and much more!
Also ADM interviews Rheinmetall Australia’s managing director Adrian Smith.