Australian Aerospace Delivers 15th MRH90 Helicopter

Australian Aerospace is assembling and delivering 46 MRH90s to replace Army and Navy Black Hawk and Sea King helicopters.

Australian Aerospace delivered the 15th MRH90 (Multi-Role Helicopter) to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) – the second such handover in two weeks. Premium

Saab receives order for LHD training systems

The LHD CMS training system will be a derivative of the successful CMS trainer used for the ANZAC class ships

Saab has signed a multi-million dollar change to its development contract with BAE Systems to provide operator and maintainer training systems for the Saab 9LV CMS on the LHDs. Premium

Upgrades to Bushmaster vehicles

Defence will evaluate a range of enhancements to the Bushmaster vehicle to increase the level of protection.

The government has approved the upgrade of around 200 Bushmaster vehicles including those currently operating in Afghanistan and the additional 101 announced May this year. Premium

Hawkei selected for MSA option of LAND 121 Phase 4

Thales Australia’s Hawkei has been selected as the preferred vehicle for the development and testing under Stage 2 of the MSA option of this project.

LAND 121 Phase 4 Protected Military Vehicle – Light (PMV-L) is a $1.5 billion project that seeks to provide up to 1300 protected and unprotected light vehicles. Premium

Ford shows JLTV interest

Ford Motor Co. has discussed with the Defense Department the possibility of competing to build the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle. Premium

Are we talking Bushmasters?

Traditionally, special forces (SF) have utilised modified Land Rover Defender 4x4 and Mercedes-Benz G-class 4x4 light vehicles. Premium

Women to serve in British submarines for the first time

For the first time in the 110-year history of the Royal Navy’s Submarine Service women are to serve at sea. Premium

UK Equipment minister’s response

Responding to the report, the Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology, Peter Luff, said "..." Premium

Brits missed out on required armoured vehicles

According to the UK House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts, the UK MoD has attempted to acquire vehicles through procurement projects since 1998. Premium

RAN welcomes newest member

The Royal Australian Navy has welcomed the newest addition to its amphibious capability, HMAS Choules. Premium

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ADM August 2017

In the August edition of ADM we feature Simulation and Underwater Technology.