Past Editions

In the June issue, ADM covers combat capability with all domains coverage in the wake of Budget 2016.

ADM's May issue covers EW and UAS in the digital battlespace.

ADM presents the annual Sea Power feature in the April edition.

In the March issue we cover Land Forces and military vehicles.

The February edition presents the annual Air Power Issue.

ADM showcases the annual Top 40 Defence Contractors/Top 20 Defence SMEs.

ADM's November edition contains the Annual C4I feature dealing with Network Centric Warfare (NCW) and Comms.

The October edition of ADM covers two main editorial features this month: SeaPower 2015 and Defence in the North

The September edition of ADM covers three main editorial features this month: Land Warfare, Sustainment and Infrastructure.

The August edition of ADM is packed with all things simulation and underwater technology related.

The July edition of ADM boasts our brand new design that we’re rolling out across all ADM products. We still have the same great content but presented in a more modern and easy to read format. This month we explore surveillance in the land domain and weapons in our feature sections.

The June edition of ADM is a cracker with all the highlights from the Budget this year along with analysis of the game changing technologies and concepts that the ADF will be bringing online in the next 3-5 years.

This month ADM tackles the intangible with Cyber and EW making their annual appearances. ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing takes a first glance at the First Principles Review, provides a wrap up of the RUSI Sub Summit with Philip Smart, and talks all things Boeing with local boss Maureen Dougherty.

The April military vehicle/Land Forces edition is all about Land 400; the contenders, the technology and the competition to come. It also includes a raft of follow up stories from the Avalon Air Show as well as a special Anzac commemorative section.

Editor Katherine Ziesing looks at the recent developments in the Sea 1000 space, what role the Defence Housing Authority plays for Defence, provides an introduction to ballistic missile defence in the Australian context, and interviews Northrop Grumman Australia MD Ian Irving in this month’s From the Source.