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Following a competitive tender process, One Tree Community Services has been selected as a new contract provider for the Defence Childcare Program.
The RAAF KC-30A tanker transport aircraft has delivered 100,000,000 pounds of fuel during air-to-air refuel missions on Operation OKRA in the Middle East.
Defence has re-engaged ASC to continue to deliver the RAN's training services for the Collins class submarines.
After long and distinguished service in the RAN, decommissioned vessel ex-HMAS Darwin will receive a new lease on life as a dive wreck in the waters off Tasmania.
Eighteen Australian defence innovators, including four Young Innovators, have been shortlisted for the Land Forces 2018 Industry Innovation Awards from a record 31 entries.
BAE Systems has selected South Australian company Dedicated Systems to provide the software that will be integral to the upgrade of the Jindalee Operational Radar Network.
The selection of the Spike LR2 anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) to equip Army’s future fleet of Rheinmetall Boxer combat reconnaissance vehicles (CVRs) will provide a potent capability developed over nearly four decades of operational service.
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.
Despite anecdotal reports Army's Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) is a potent battlefield capability which has earned the respect of both its crew and the land force it supports, it would seem-someone senior in Defence or Government, or perhaps both, wants to kill the program.
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.