Defence Business: MADe in Australia | ADM May 2014

What if the Defence organisation had a tool that could identify engineering risk, analyse potential impact of platform design or maintenance changes before they are incorporated and manage configuration through to life of type? And what if that tool, or set of tools, was developed here in Australia? Premium

Defence Business: We have no money | ADM April 2014

After the 2013 ADM Congress we asked both sides of politics in what was an election year to “show us the money”? “Show me your bold and innovative ideas on how to do defence differently and more efficiently, or show me the money” was ADM’s refrain. Premium

Defence Business: Working with the primes - the inaugural ADM Defence Supply Chains Summit | ADM February 2014

Held in Adelaide’s Grand Chancellor Hotel on December 4th and 5th, the inaugural ADM Defence Supply Chains Summit provided an opportunity for Small to Medium Enterprises to engage with representatives of the industry primes and Defence officials and learn about opportunities within the global supply chains of OEMs. Premium

Defence Business: MINDEF for a day | ADM December 2013/Janaury 2014

In my September editorial, I challenged ADM readers to come up with what they would do if they were elected Minister for Defence at the recent election. Premium

Projects: Engaging with Industry | ADM December 2013/Janaury 2014

Defence Minister Senator David Johnston has promised to deliver a new Defence White Paper within 18 months of the Coalition government gaining office, a move welcomed by industry. But what does the new government intend to do with industry policy? Premium

Defence Business: ADM Defence Support Services Summit success | ADM November 2013

Over 180 delegates from across Defence and industry gathered in Canberra on September 19th for the 2nd annual ADM Defence Support Services Summit. Premium

Defence Business: SimTect2013: ADSO to become ADSTC | ADM November 2013

Some parts of simulation in defence are well understood but others less so. The ADSTC aims to bring together what the ADF already has on its books.

For the first time in nine years, Simulation Australia hosted both SimTect and SimHealth as a joint event. This was most evident in the trade hall where more than half of the exhibitors were from the health domain. Premium

GSC: How industry programs fit together | ADM September 2013

Raytheon worked with Australian SME Micreo on their ALR67(V)3 radar warning receiver as fitted to the old and new Hornet fleets.

The Global Supply Chain (GSC) program from the DMO has come ahead in leaps and bounds with the majority of international Primes now taking part. Since the inception of the program in 2009, the program has seen $556 million worth of business completed. Premium

Combat Capability: DMMA: Making apples and oranges comparable | ADM June 2013

Since the Domestic Munitions Manufacturing Arrangements (DMMA) was last covered in depth in ADM in October last year, a few developments have occurred. The field of six has narrowed to four, the first RFP was answered at the end of March and remaining contenders are now hoping for a down select before the government goes into caretaker mode in August. Premium

Defence Business: CTD round 17 gets up and round 18 kicks off | ADM April 2013

A record number of eight Defence Capability and Technology Demonstrator (CTD) projects have just been approved. This is very welcome news for industry following last year’s cancellation of CTD Round 16. Premium

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Female pilot wins RAAF scholarship

The Australia Women Pilot’s Association (AWPA) announced Jasmine Morris of Healesville Victoria as the 2014 recipient of the Air Force sponsored $7000 Navigation Component Scholarship.
The Australia Women Pilots' Association has announced Jasmine Morris of Healesville, Victoria, as the 2014 recipient of the Royal Australian Air Force sponsored Navigation Component Scholarship.