The researchers found that drivers who chewed caffeinated gum when tired made fewer driving errors than drivers who didn’t have caffeine.
Lockheed Martin Australia will open a submarine combat system laboratory at Mawson Lakes in Adelaide, to support Lockheed Martin’s target of providing the combat system for the SEA 1000 future submarine. more »
As armies continue to modernise in the 21st century, effective Situational Awareness (SA) for commanders of troops, vehicles and equipment is a challenge for every military force, especially with the requirement for leaner and more agile forces in an age of rapid, asymmetric international operations.
In the lead up to Army’s second Innovation Day, scheduled for October 19 at Canberra’s ADFA campus, ADM spoke to the coordinator of last year’s event to understand what this Army initiative is about. Premium
This year was a tough year for cyber security. In May the US Government suffered a major breach of the records of its Office of Personnel Management. Premium
The RAAF's first EA-18G Growler has been handed over in a ceremony at Boeing's St. Louis facility. Destined for 6 Squadron, the aircraft is the first of 12 Growlers to complement 24 Super Hornets already in service. All 12 aircraft are due to be in country by the end of 2017.
With the Triton due to hit an important milestone at the end of the year, it was heartening to see the platform in the flesh at Pax River working steadily towards that goal. Premium
When it comes to various modelling scenarios about how the JSF will perform against potential threats, the results are usually not great. But recent experience might well be turning that tide.
Sustainment, along with infrastructure and ICT, are the trio of Fundamental Inputs to Capability (FICs) that are the unsexy side of Defence.
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The September edition of ADM covers three main editorial features this month: Land Warfare, Sustainment and Infrastructure.
ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing covers the roll out of the RAAF’s first Growler in St Louis and sustaining the ANZAC fleet and HMAS Choules.
Deputy Editor Nigel Pittaway examines how the base services contracts are performing one year into their implementation and how BIM can help defence estate planners.
Senior correspondent Julian Kerr explores the introduction of the EF88 and speaks to Army’s Head of Modernisation Major General Gus McLachlan in From the Source this month.
And Philip Smart examines how the ADF handles vehicle sustainment and the success of Canberra IT firm Quintessence on encryption.