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The critical services to be delivered by the JATTS contract includes aerial opposing force effects, manned and unmanned targets and sophisticated electronic attack.
Cutting edge 3D printing technology developed in Darwin and used by the RAN will now be used by the Army.
Australia’s role in the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan is evolving following progress made by the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF).
A Melbourne small business and another from Cairns will partner with Leidos Australia to deliver counter CBRN equipment for the ADF.
Significant ADF resources have been mobilised to support evacuation efforts and emergency services under Operation Bushfire Assist 2019-2020.
Australian Defence Apparel has been awarded a contract to supply the ADF with additional Load Carriage Equipment.
The latest Marine Rotational Force – Darwin (MRF-D) has departed the Northern Territory.
Exercise Austral Shield, a combined ADF and Victoria Police exercise, concluded in the La Trobe Valley this weekend.
BMT has announced the Caimen 90 Landing Craft as its bid vessel to replace the Army’s Mark 8 Landing Craft.
A new report from QinetiQ argues that we need to look beyond batteries in preparing for the future battlefield.
Frank McCall, Boeing’s director of strategic deterrence systems, has warned that his company is willing to lobby to secure a share in the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent program.
Leidos Australia has announced Australian companies MediRecords, Coviu, and Nous as core partners for its Joint Project 2060 (JP2060) Phase 4 team.
As robots become valuable members of the team, there’s a tendency to treat them like colleagues.
A University of Tasmania team has won a Eureka Prize for developing a device that can identify inorganic explosives in under a minute.