Whilst numbers show there has been a boost in the confidence for Australian businesses to reach for opportunities in foreign defence markets, the news comes as ASC gets set to cut up to 93 jobs at shipyards in Adelaide. Read more
Sig Sauer and Melbourne-based Aquaterro have announced an agreement to manufacture, assemble, upgrade, and support small arms platforms and capability systems for the duration of the capability life cycle.
The government has officially signed the contract with Rheinmetall for the delivery of 211 armoured combat reconnaissance vehicles.
The P-8A Poseidon simulator and training systems at RAAF Base Edinburgh, the largest outside the US, have been officially handed over to the RAAF.
Yvonne Sears, Director of Adelaide’s ISDefence, has been named Australasia’s number one continuity and resilience consultant by the Business Continuity Institute.
CASG’s FAS Helicopters Shane Fairweather and Army’s Head of Land Capability Major General Kathryn Toohey have outlined the way ahead for ad hoc industry engagement with either organisation: it’s not happening.
The UK’s plans to acquire the Boeing E-7 aircraft came a step closer to reality in mid-July, with the arrival of the first three RAF personnel at Williamtown for training.
News that the final phase of Land 121 has been announced is very welcome.
While concept design of the Future Submarine is reportedly progressing on schedule under Project Sea 1000, questions continue to be asked about the pumpjet propulsion system that is seen as a key feature of the Collins-class replacement.
The Indian Air Force is participating in Exercise Pitch Black for the first time.
The launch of Australia’s space agency last month comes as good news to many. The agency will allow government to implement its national space strategy and act as coordinating body for Australia’s burgeoning space economy.
Once again Budget papers provide more information about the state of the union than almost any other document released by the Department or government.
EOS has been beavering away in the Canberra/Queanbeyan region for the better of 30 years, both in space and remote weapons stations (RSW). In the coming 12 months they are set to become Australia’s largest Defence exporter thanks to huge RWS contracts in the Middle East. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke to founder and CEO Dr Ben Green about their remarkable journey.