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JFD has broken several records during a series of trials of submarine rescue systems in the Indian Ocean.
Boeing has teamed up with subcontractor Kratos and CASG to equip the Army with the most sophisticated Chinook maintenance training system outside of the US.
The RAAF's Roulettes have unveiled the new colour scheme for their PC-21 aircraft.
Significant potential changes to the ADF’s training ranges in Queensland and the NT were foreshadowed at the recent Northern Australia Defence Summit.
The NSW government launched the Defence Innovation Network (DIN) at Parliament House in Sydney on Tuesday, bringing together industry and academia to boost the state's defence sector.
RADM (Ret’d) Peter Briggs has released a report through ASPI calling for the government to give serious consideration to acquiring nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs).
It’s been six years since G-Wagons began rolling out across the Army. 2016 saw the last of 2,146 vehicles delivered to Army to replace two-thirds of the Land Rover fleet under Land 121 Phase 3A (with the remainder to be replaced by Hawkei under Phase 4).
Defence has released a Request For Tender (RFT) to industry for the future sustainment of the Navy’s two Canberra-class LHDs and 12 LHD Landing Craft (LLC).
Exercise Pitch Black 2018, the largest air combat exercise in the southern hemisphere, was held in the Top End between July 27 and August 17.
An engine expert from the University of South Australia (UniSA) will spend the next three years working on a $3 million international project to build Australia’s first launch pad to send satellites into space.
As I have written here before, the change in the policy landscape since the release of the 2016 White Paper has been nothing short of remarkable.
With his feet barely under his new desk, Chief of Army LTGEN Rick Burr spoke to ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing about the Army he’s to lead for the next four years.
Eighteen Australian defence innovators, including four Young Innovators, have been shortlisted for the Land Forces 2018 Industry Innovation Awards from a record 31 entries.