Defence Week Premium 299 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.299 of 8 May 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

Abolish the DMO?

The Commission of Audit review into government programs and spending has recommended the reintegration of the DMO into the Department of Defence and significantly reducing its size. Premium

Aussie developed software sold to US SOCOM

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has delivered nine of its next-generation TAC-MAAS processing, exploitation and dissemination systems to the US Special Operations Command. Premium

ADF's nod to offensive cyber warfare

In this country's somewhat belated approach to cyber warfare - it was mentioned for the first time in the 2009 Defence White Paper - the casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that most effort appears to be focussed on the defensive aspects rather than on its employment for offensive operations. Premium

Tactical EW trainer sought

Defence plans to release an RFP for an enhanced simulation system to support individual training and qualification of all rank levels in the TACEW category and the continuation training and preparedness assessment of shipboard EW teams. Premium

Land Forces 2014 to embrace SMEs

Land Defence Australia, organisers of the Land Forces 2014 exposition to be held in Brisbane in September, has announced a range of initiatives designed to assist Australian Small and Medium Enterprises. Premium

Mobilising airlift - RAAF renames major force element group

The RAAF's Air Lift Group was renamed Air Mobility Group on April 1, according to the May 8 issue of Air Force News. Premium

ADF's multi-national ABCA exercise

The Australian Defence Force is undertaking a simulation-based, multi-layered Command Post Exercise at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane and Headquarters Joint Operations Command in Bungendore, NSW. Premium

Cyber maturity in the Asia-Pacific Region 2014

To make considered, evidence-based cyber policy judgements in the Asia-Pacific there's a need for better tools to assess the existing 'cyber maturity' of nations in the region. Premium

A versatile force: The future of Australia's special operations capability

Over the past decade, the demands of the ADF's global and regional operations have seen an unprecedented growth in Australia’s special operations capability. Premium

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