Australia’s new future submarines will be known as the Attack class, and negotiations for the Strategic Partnering Agreement are now complete. Read more
The arrival of the first two F-35A Joint Strike Fighters marks the start of a process that aims to achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) by the end of 2020.
Issues surrounding contamination by potentially harmful PFAS substances around major Defence bases have resurfaced.
Norway’s Accident Investigation Board’s report into the sinking of the KNM Helge Ingstad has caused a stir for Defence.
Curtiss-Wright has provided ADM with guidance on how Australian companies can join its supplier base.
Norwegian technology and Defence group Kongsberg will increase its Australian workforce as part of a new strategic expansion.
An advocacy and action group has been formed to promote the Hunter’s defence industry capability and drive more defence contracts and investment to the region.
The ADF’s Armaments Systems Program Office (ARMTSPO) recently commissioned NIOA to undertake suitability trials for a specialist weapon coating system called EC Paint.
Austal's American subsidiary, Austal USA, has delivered the Expeditionary Fast Transport ship USNS Burlington (EPF 10) to the US Navy.
The General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper variant has been chosen as Australia’s first armed remotely piloted aircraft system.
Siemens has announced a software grant with an in-kind commercial value of over half a billion dollars to the University of Queensland.
One of my big concerns this year has been the varying levels of effective communication between Defence and industry.
Two years on from the move that saw Leidos Australia, ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke with Chief Executive Christine Zeitz about where the business has come from and where it’s headed as it continues its transformation into a true systems integration business.
Supashock, Airspeed, and REDARC Electronics have received awards from the Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) at its annual awards ceremony in Adelaide.