11 Oct 2012
The full version of Defence Week Premium no.226 of 11 October 2012 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here
Raytheon Australia's Managing Director Michael Ward claims that delays in major defence programs in Australia have claimed thousands of jobs in the country's defence industry base over the past three years.
Three United States Navy EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft arrived in Australia at the end of September to exercise with RAAF Super Hornets for the first time.
Defence Minister Stephen Smith and Defence Materiel Minister Jason Clare have announced the release of the first Defence Capability Guide.
Australian shipbuilder Austal has acquired the Darwin-based engineering and services firm Hydraulink NT and its associated business KM Engineering (HKME).
A who's who of Australian and Swedish Defence people gathered in Canberra this week to look at ways to further improve the already strong relationship.
The Government last week confirmed the signing of the $73.9 million Increment 3 Project Arrangement with the United States Navy for the P-8A aircraft, which will replace the AP-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft.
Indra will implement its new Tactical Communication Router for the Royal Australian Airforce's Airspace Controller teams.
Ammunition manufacturer ATK has partnered with NIOA, Australia's largest ammunition supplier, to bid for the running of the Commonwealth's Benalla and Mulwala munitions facilities in the DMMA Project.
The US Navy has posted a request for information reaching out to industry for help in identifying an operationally ready, helmet-mounted display system to be used on UH-1Y and AH-1Z helicopters.
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