Now in its sixth year, Army Innovation Day in 2019 had a theme of network assurance with 10 companies pitching their tech to Defence. Read more
Although production in Australia of Boxer 8x8 combat reconnaissance vehicles (CRVs) will not get underway until 2022, substantial progress has already been made in ramping up the complex industrialisation process for Land 400 Phase 2.
The first of the fleet of new Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles has been unveiled at a ceremony at Enoggera Barracks.
Rheinmetall and Hanwha have been assessed as offering vehicles that were best able to meet Army requirements while offering value for money, whilst the AJAX and CV90 did not.
Bell and BAE Systems Australia will offer the Bell AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter for Land 4503.
Brigadier Mark Brewer, Director-General US Force Posture Initiative, has asked a pointed question - and Lieutenant Colonel Dan Harrison of the Enhanced Target Systems and Ranges team is the man answering.
Canberra-based ECLIPS Logistics will develop a smart digital solution for Army’s tactical logistics management and control.
Boeing Defence Australia managing director Darren Edwards has revealed, possibly to no-one’s surprise, that Boeing is proposing its AH-64E Apache attack helicopter for Land 4503.
BAE Systems Australia and the Army will convert two M113 AS4 Armoured Personnel Carriers to become optionally crewed.
Defence has partnered with Saab Australia to provide fully integrated maintenance support for the Army’s Ground Based Air Defence and Radar capability.
The remote East Pilbara community of Jigalong in WA has come together for the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Programme (AACAP) 2019 Closing Ceremony.
Eylex will supply RACAL Acoustics digital high noise RA4000 and medium noise Raptor RA5001 headsets and leads for the Block One Boxer vehicles under Land 400 Phase 2.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has approved the first stage of Project Greyfin.
The US military presence in the NT reached a milestone as the ABC uncovered an American proposal to spend upwards of $300 million on naval construction projects in and around Darwin.
Kongsberg has selected SME Daronmont Technologies to provide shelter and shelter equipped solutions for the NASAMS Fire Distribution Centre.