Old Crows concerned about Australia's EW capabilities

The biennial convention of the Australian chapter of the Association of Old Crows takes place in Adelaide next week at a time of concern over the erosion of Australian electronic warfare capabilities. Premium

Headaches for HATS teams

The EC135 is up against Bell's 429 and AgustaWestland's AW109LUH for the Air 9000 Phase 7 contract.

With the Request for Tender deadline for HATS next week, hopeful contenders are pushing their teams to get their responses in. Premium

Planning shortfall in Canadian F-35 decisions

Canada's National Defence undertook the acquisition of the F-35 fighter jet as a replacement for the aging CF-18 without establishing a procurement process that reflected unique aspects of this project. Premium

Architects join force for Defence projects

Woods Bagot and Rice Daubney have formed a joint venture to deliver architecture for major defence project

Architectural firms Woods Bagot and Rice Daubney have formed a joint venture to deliver architecture for major defence projects across the country. Premium

Shadow upgrades include replacement engine

A Northrop Grumman, Hunter Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)

The US Army is moving along with a series of upgrades and technological improvements to its Unmanned Aerial System platforms according to program officials. Premium

US Marines choose classified weapon for Shadow

An AAI RQ-7B Shadow tactical unmanned aerial system.

Further to the "Shadow upgrades include replacement engine" story, the USMC has chosen a classified weapon to arm the AAI RQ-7B Shadow tactical unmanned aerial system. Premium

RFP out (again) for Light Aircraft Support aircraft

The Embraer Super Tucano is one of two contenders for the LAS program.

The US Air Force recently announced that it was going to reissue a request for proposals for the Light Air Support aircraft. Premium

Super Hornet targeting system prototype a success

A F/A-18 Super Hornet.

Boeing and the US Navy have successfully completed a flight test of the prototype Distributed Targeting System-Networked on a Super Hornet. Premium

Thales signs an agreement with L-3 Communications

Thales has sold it fixed-wing civil simulation and aircrew training activities to L-3 Communications.

Thales announced that it has reached an agreement on the sale of its fixed-wing civil simulation and aircrew training activities to L-3 Communications. Premium

Iveco delivers 200 plus heavy trucks to UK MoD

An Iveco 8x8 Trakker.

Iveco Defence Vehicles has completed delivery of its largest ever order in UK of 206 6x6 and 8x8 Trakkers to support the Royal Engineers on operations. Premium

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ADM2012 Congress interview with Thales' Chris Jenkins

Chris Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Thales Australia, and Chairman, AIG Defence Council
We had the opportunity to interview Chris Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Thales Australia, and Chairman, AIG Defence Council, who spoke at the ADM Congress on 21-22 February 2012 in Canberra. Hear what he had to say.