Landing Helicopter Dock HMAS Canberra has been busy trialing embarkation of a variety of US Navy landing craft within its internal well dock during Exercise RIMPAC 2016.
The surprise announcement of Monday’s minor cabinet reshuffle was the creation of a new Defence Industry portfolio to be led by SA MP Christopher Pyne more »
Should Canada withdraw from the nine-nation F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program, the additional cost to Australia of its JSF purchases will be about $USD1 million per airframe, according to Air Vice Marshal Chris Deeble.
Ground based air defence (GBAD) for the Army has been a long time in the making under the various phases of Land 19. ADM examines what we currently have in play and where the program is likely to go in terms of technology and concepts under later phases.
Fincantieri's proposal for the Sea 5000 Future Frigate is based upon the Italian version of the European FREMM.
Now in the final year of his contracted period as head of DST, Alex Zelinsky is shaping the Group’s relationship with the newly-formed Next Generation Technologies Fund and their joint development with industry and academia of game-changing capabilities to benefit the ADF. He spoke with
ADM Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr.
AFL designs, manufactures and integrates fibre optic communication solutions and is a Defence Recognised Supplier of Strategic Capabilities.
There’s a saying that goes something like good engineering can engineer anything. The sentiment is that good engineering principles can be applied to any application. The proof is Newcastle based Varley Group.
It has surprised me how little coverage there has been of Defence issues on the election trail. more »
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Editor Katherine Ziesing writes about the key enablers essential for capability, including the most important of all – people. Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway covers the inaugural CIVSEC conference, increased investment in ISREW, space and cyber capabilities, and Heron operations post Afghanistan.
Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr probes the Boxer CRV for Land 400 and the future of naval missiles for the RAN while Patrick Durrant looks at the huge task of processing, disseminating and exploiting (PED) the large volumes of data produced by unmanned systems.
Philip Smart puts the SME Spotlight on machining specialist Axiom and our From the Source interviewee is the chief boffin at DST Group, Dr Alex Zelinsky.
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