13 Mar 2014
The full version of Defence Week Premium no.291 of 13 March 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here.
Australia has invited the UK to utilise its Defence facilities in Darwin much like the US is doing, as the allies increasingly focus on the Asia Pacific region.
In an article in the current Australian Army Journal, Major Nicholas Rose describes three tools, applicable to offensive cyber operations.
According to BAE Systems the design and integration of state of the art sensors, niche expertise, and cost effective technologies are at the heart of the company's solution for the JP 1770 - M-REA request for tender.
The Assistant Minister for Defence, Stuart Robert, together with the Federal Member for Corangamite, Sarah Henderson, recently toured Geelong, speaking to local business and community leaders about Army's LAND 400 Combat Vehicle program.
Austal has been awarded a US$125m contract from a ME naval customer for the design, construction and integrated logistics support of two 72-metre High Speed Support Vessels (HSSVs).
The F-35 program executive officer US Air Force Lieutenant General Chris Bogdan recently met with employees and management of Quickstep Holdings Limited at their facility in Bankstown Airport.
In a combined French and Australian operation, naval ships seized and destroyed almost 650 kilograms of cannabis resin hidden aboard a smuggling skiff in the Red Sea.
The Defence Materiel Organisation requires a design for the replacement of the Machinery, Control and Surveillance System for HMAS Success.
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