Mercedes to put V12 into G-wagen

The G-wagen could find itself with a powerful 6 Litre V12 engine.

Mercedes is supplying the ADF with several different versions of the G-Wagen including a four-wheel drive wagon, a four-wheel drive cab-chassis, six-wheel drive single cab and six-wheel drive dual-cabs. Premium

Two more AWD blocks head for Adelaide

Two more AWD blocks being delivered to ASC in Adelaide.

BAE Systems in Williamstown has shipped a further two Air Warfare Destroyer blocks to AWD shipbuilder ASC in Adelaide as part of the $8 billion defence project. Premium

Joint EW Ops Support Centre agreed at Old Crows

An agreement to form a the Joint Electronic Warfare Operations Support Centre at RAAF Base, Edinburgh was made at last weeks Old Crows Association conference.

Agreement in principle has been reached for the establishment of a Joint Electronic Warfare Operations Support Centre (JEWOSC) at RAAF Base Edinburgh. Premium

Defence Learning Branch launched

The Defence Learning Branch will support the skilling of the Defence workforce.

Vice Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Mark Binskin has officially launched the Defence Learning Branch which will implement plans for a single Defence-wide education and training system. Premium

Boeing honours Ferra Engineering

Boeing's Suppliers of the Year winners, which included Australia's Ferra engineering.

Defence Materiel Minister Jason Clare has congratulated Brisbane manufacturer Ferra Engineering on winning a prestigious international award. Premium

Exercise Bersama Shield 2012

Members from No. 3 Squadron perform a foreign object check on the flight line prior to the start of flying during Exercise Bersama Shield 2012.

Australia and the other members of the Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) have commenced Exercise Bersama Shield 2012. Premium

Report released on support to ADF injured

The Department of Defence and Department of Veterans' Affairs have released the Support for Injured or Ill Project's (SIIP) Report on the Review of Current Practices. Premium

US could benefit from Russian radars

Will the US use Russian radars for missile defense cooperation?

Missile defense cooperation with Russia, including the use of Russian radars, would benefit the United States, Director of the Missile Defense Agency Lieutenant General Patrick O'Reilly said. Premium

US watchdog wants Lockheed LCS variant cancelled

The Littoral Combat Ship, USS Freedom.

The nonpartisan, independent US watchdog POGO, has sent a letter to the Senate and House Armed Services Committees recommending an expensive and severely flawed variant of the LCS program be eliminated Premium

USN selects UUV for LCS minesweeping

The Knifefish UUV.

The US Navy has announced that it has selected a UUV (Unmanned Underwater Vehicle) to be used by Littoral Combat Ships for mine sweeping. Premium

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ADM July 2017

In the July edition, ADM covers Surveillance in the Land Domain and weapons.