The Evolve team from Trinity Grammar School, Kew, are the national champions in the Professional class for the REA F1 in Schools competition.

Laser Additive Deposition (LAD) has been used for the full repair and return to service of an arrester hook from a RAAF F/A-18 Hornet.

The main Adelaide to Darwin rail line has been used for the first time in years for a major movement of defence equipment.

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne and Minister for Defence Industry Steven Ciobo have confirmed that they are retiring from federal politics.

For the 55th time, international leaders and representatives came together in Munich to seek dialogue in order to resolve international conflicts.

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne has gifted refurbished Australian military vehicles to Lebanon during a visit to the country.

Bupa Health Services has been awarded the ADF Health Services Contract, effective 1 July.

Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester has announced the signing of a two year extension to the Recruiting Services contract with ManpowerGroup.

School children of today can look forward to serving in the new Future Submarines when they start entering service in the mid-2030s.

The University of South Australia has secured funding from the Brittany region of France to establish a new co-chair professorship.

SA researchers have secured nearly $695,000 in funding from the Defence Innovation Partnership to collaborate on defence research projects.

Australia and NZ were amongst the first states to mark the centenary of the Armistice that ended World War I this weekend.

The 2018 Marine Rotational Force, consisting of 1,587 US Marines, has completed another six months of training and exercises in northern Australia and has now left the country.

The redacted ANAO report into Hawkei was the subject of a Senate hearing on Friday last week. All parties were in the room to explain just what was behind the extraordinary redaction measure.

The recent Workforce Development Needs Survey Report 2018 conducted by the Australian Industry Group (AIG) raised a significant red flag about the lack of digital skills within the current Australian workforce.