The case for Boeing's 'Loyal Wingman' drone rests on its ability to complement and protect expensive manned aircraft. This rationale applies equally to surface ships. Read more
At Avalon earlier this month, former minister for Defence Industry Steve Ciobo released the much anticipated Defence Industry Skilling and STEM Strategy.
Airbus Australia Pacific chief Andrew Mathewson has confirmed that the company has responded to the Commonwealth RFI for a Special Forces helicopter.
Airbus has begun shore-to-ship trials in Singapore with its Skyways parcel delivery drone.
Defence has partnered with industry to develop Defence’s space capability at SpaceFest 2019, a capability demonstration and equipment trial.
The Evolve team from Trinity Grammar School, Kew, are the national champions in the Professional class for the REA F1 in Schools competition.
Defence conducted the latest in a series of industry briefs for its combined Lethality (Land 159 and 4108) program in Melbourne on January 31.
Five years after the first Cape Class patrol boat entered service with what is now the Australian Border Force (ABF), the 10-strong fleet has consolidated its reputation as a reliable, hard-working responder to maritime security threats.
When our intelligence chiefs look at the external challenges facing Australia they generally nominate the three “C’s”—China, counter-terrorism and cyberspace—as their primary focus.
Sitting out the Avalon air show for the first time since I joined the ADM team (injured not dead, I’ll be ok) made me nostalgic. So I referred to my archives to see what ADM was writing about five years ago in this very column.
Australian Defence industry is known for those 20-year, overnight success stories. NIOA is one such case.