05 Dec 2013
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This week saw the opening of BAE Systems' $10 million advanced titanium manufacturing facility, as part of a collaborative agreement with the SA government and Rosebank Engineering.
Speaking at an ASPI dinner this week, new Defence Minister Senator David Johnston gave an unexpected state of the portfolio.
The French Army Aviation's NH90 TTH has successfully conducted its initial naval trials onboard the second Mistral Class amphibious warfare ship, BPC Tonnerre.
Minister for Defence Senator David Johnston has congratulated the latest group of Australian organisations to have been selected to join the unique Rapid Prototyping, Development and Evaluation Program.
An intensive three week submarine escape and rescue exercise has drawn to a close off the east coast of Australia.
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop, released the communique of the recent AUS-US foreign and defence policy talks
In his latest report, Moving beyond ambitions? Indonesia's military modernisation, Dr Ben Schreer notes that Indonesia's plans to modernise its armed forces are of key interest for Australia.
A new era dawned for Air Force's No. 86 Wing on November 29, with a change of command ceremony at RAAF Base Amberley.
The Chief of Air Force, Air Marshal Geoff Brown has expressed disappointment over the decisions taken by the Port Stephens Council to provide exemptions to their planning rules which applies the Australian Standard 2021-2000 Acoustics.
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