Although the detailed design of the RAN’s Attack-class Future Submarines will not be finalised until 2026, Defence scientists have already been working for nearly a decade on understanding and assessing the materials likely to be used in their construction. Read more
BAE Systems will deliver five Mk 45 naval gun systems to the US Navy under a recently issued $70.6 million contract to upgrade existing guns to the Mod 4 configuration.
Naval Group wants to produce its CANTO torpedo countermeasures in Australia should this technology be selected by the RAN.
Many of the positions taken by commentators in the submarine debate assume we can still convert the Attack class to nuclear propulsion.
KBR has been awarded a four year contract extension for Capability Support Coordinator services for the Canberra class LHDs.
Naval Group has launched the Suffren, the first of six Barracuda class nuclear submarines, reinvigorating a polarised debate in Australia.
TAFE NSW has partnered with the Naval Shipbuilding College to support more careers in the naval shipbuilding, supply and sustainment industries.
The RAN may be going forward with UAVs, but the hangar facilities on its new destroyers and pending frigates are going backward.
Two RAN ships, HMAS Success and HMAS Newcastle, have been decommissioned at Sydney's Garden Island naval base.
The Australian government has handed over a new Guardian-class patrol boat to the Kingdom of Tonga.
Businesses from around Australia are converging on Adelaide for a procurement update that launches the process to bid for work during the Hunter program’s prototyping phase.
The RAN's longest serving ship, HMAS Success, has completed her final voyage after 33 years’ service.
The RAN’s oldest Adelaide Class warship has returned to Australia from her final overseas mission.
At a time of intense activity in Australia’s naval domain, planning for the design and construction of $85 billion worth of Future Submarines and Future Frigates is proceeding apace without any apparent alarums and excursions.
The Congressional Research Service has provided updates for both programs and Lockheed Martin has withdrawn from the FFG(X) race. What is the way ahead?