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Ground has been broken on TAE Aerospace’s new Turbine Engine Maintenance Facility (TEMF) site in Bundamba, Queensland, which will support in-country sustainment of Australia’s fifth-generation fighter jets.

A RAAF KC-30A tanker has completed air-to-air refuelling trials with USAF F-22 Raptors.

Belgium has opted for the F-35A as its future combat aircraft.

The latest rotation of the RAAF's KC-30A tanker transport aircraft has returned to Australia following a successful four month deployment to the Middle East.

Exactly how Australian industry will benefit from a UK Wedgetail buy, and by how much, is far from clear.

The tenth F-35A to be delivered to the RAAF has arrived at Luke Air Force Base (AFB) in Arizona.

Australian Defence scientist Paul Marsden has been awarded the US Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service, the highest award of the US Office of the Secretary of Defense for a non-US civilian.

The RAAF's Roulettes have unveiled the new colour scheme for their PC-21 aircraft.

The Pentagon has grounded the global fleet of F-35 fighter jets following a crash in South Carolina.

Exercise Pitch Black 2018, the largest air combat exercise in the southern hemisphere, was held in the Top End between July 27 and August 17.

Australia is positioned to become an international centre of Chinook expertise following a new partnership agreement between Boeing and CASG.

Defence has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to industry for the proposed acquisition of a Special Operations Helicopter capability.

Australian companies involved in Super and Classic Hornet sustainment now stand to win business supporting overseas jets.

OCCAR has commissioned Airbus Helicopters to perform de-risking studies aimed at providing the Tiger helicopter with next generation battlefield capabilities.

The US Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin have finalized the lowest per aircraft price in F-35 program history on the same day that an F-35B crashed in South Carolina.