17 May 2012
Lockheed Martin has successfully demonstrated the latest variant of its new launching system that maximizes the use of existing hardware and electronics to reduce the integration costs of weapons by more than 50 percent.
BAE Systems Australia has just announced that it has teamed with Pennant Training Systems Limited and RMIT University, to bid for the ADF ATT project.
The Australian Army is becoming a leader in the use of simulation systems, for training, operational planning, decision making, concept evaluation, and modelling for options assessment.
Mast modules for the 27,000 tonne Landing Helicopter Dock are now completed and have arrived at BAE Systems shipyard in Williamstown, Melbourne.
The Army is eying plans to reprogram nearly half of its budget for the on-the-move network backbone system known as Warfighter Information Network Tactical Increment 2.
A harbinger perhaps for our own Land 400 Land Combat Vehicle System program, the average unit production cost for the Ground Combat Vehicle would be $17 million
Raytheon has completed the first successful flight test of its Standard Missile-3 IB, which introduces advanced sensors and a new, highly accurate steering mechanism to hunt down and destroy ballistic missiles.
Australia’s decision to purchase the Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) equipped with the Aegis weapon system directly addresses the aircraft and cruise missile threat to naval forces.
A team of senior politicians and industry officials from South Australia is aiming to secure investment from UK defence companies during a trade mission to the UK that concluded on May 11.
The US Army is to equip its AAI RQ-7B Shadow 200 TUAS fleet with an upgraded propulsion system following a series of engine failures on aircraft operating over Afghanistan.
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