Long-planned modifications are underway on HMAS Hobart to improve missile and torpedo storage for the MH-60R naval combat helicopter. Read more
The review of the Defence Trade Controls Act (DTCA) 2012 has been released.
The Integrated Land Target System Program has briefed around thirty separate industry entities on the Request for Information.
For the 55th time, international leaders and representatives came together in Munich to seek dialogue in order to resolve international conflicts.
A new international collaboration between Australian and French academic institutions and industry is set to research autonomous maritime vehicles.
Ultra Electronics has signed a significant sub-contract with Lockheed Martin Canada as part of Canada’s Combat Ship Team.
Speaking at a Defence Watch event in Canberra this week, Chief Information Officer Group senior leadership addressed over 200 ICT professionals about the Group's work.
Defence is taking a new approach to the long-term tenancy arrangements at the government-owned munitions facility in Benalla, Victoria.
Athens has sent an expression of interest to Defence to buy the RAN’s two remaining Adelaide-class FFG frigates.
The RAAF has deployed more than 370 personnel and eight aircraft to participate in the world’s most complex air warfare training exercise.
Fighting cyber-attacks using AI to create stronger ‘cyber traps’ is the focus of two ground-breaking Australian research projects.
Like every year, 2018 was a big year for Defence. Announcements on Land 400, the Future Frigate, JORN and many more. Minister for Defence Industry and now Defence Christopher Pyne has been the driving force behind much of the impetus in the Defence community.
Twenty three SMEs, research institutions and individuals from six states and territories have made the short list for the Avalon 2019 Innovation Awards.