Defence Week Premium 295 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.295 of 10 April 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

Johnston: focus is not on numbers but on the capability

Defence Minister David Johnston has confirmed the government's desire, but not its firm decision, to assemble the Collins class replacement in South Australia, while skirting any discussion on submarine numbers and stressing Defence's interest in Japanese technology. Premium

Coles' findings on Collins sustainment

Key recommendations in the 'Study Into the Business of Sustaining Australia's Strategic Collins Class Submarine Capability' were designed to ensure commercial, operational, sustainment and management issues that hindered the Collins Class submarines through the 1990s, would be solved. Premium

Japanese submarine technology?

The Japanese submarine Soryu is powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system. Premium

Boeing to cut 300 jobs in Melbourne

Boeing will cut 300 jobs at its Australian aerostructures facility by the end of the year, the company said April 3, 2014. Premium

Thales's ATC technologies of interest to Thailand

Aerothai visit to Thales Australia

A high level delegation from Aerothai has visited Thales Australia in Melbourne to view the latest in air traffic control technology and discuss the implementation of a recently-signed contract to modernise the country's existing system. Premium

Micreo achieves AS9100C certification

Micreo Limited, designer and manufacturer of RF subsystems for global defence and aerospace applications, announced the successful completion of AS9100 Rev C certification in April. Premium

ADM Online: Weekly Summary

A summary of the latest news and views in the defence industry, locally and overseas. Check out our webpage for daily news updates on the ADM home page and make sure you bookmark/RSS this for a regular visit. Premium

Aussie innovation leaves NASA in its wake

An Australian research institute has won an international award for technology innovation. Premium

Frost & Sullivan on Austal's JHSV

Frost & Sullivan's New Market Insight 'The Future of Naval Logistics', finds that the JHSV offers notable project budget efficiency and has allowed the US Navy to quickly gain a cost-effective and operationally efficient capability. Premium

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News: Minehunters on path to 2030s with new deployable MCM

The multinational task force in the Solomon Islands for Operation Render Safe pause for a team photo at the Port of Honiara next to HMAS Huon on 30 September, 2016. Credit: Defence

The Commonwealth has granted First Pass approval to extend the service life for Navy’s minehunters and Thales Australia is to deliver and support new deployable mine countermeasures (MCM) over the next 15 years.