Defence Week Premium 302 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.302 of 29 May 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

RAN to buy aviation training ship (ATS) overseas?

A contract is expected to be placed shortly for a 90 metre, 2,400 tonne aviation training ship for the RAN that will be built by Damen Shipyards in Vietnam. Premium

Geelong hosts second Land 400 Industry Day

Government and industry leaders gathered in Geelong on May 22 for the second Land 400 Industry Day, designed to promote the Victorian Regional Centre's capabilities in its bid to secure Defence's largest armoured vehicle program. Premium

Applications now open for SADI funding

The latest round of funding under the SADI initiative has been announced by Minister for Defence, Senator David Johnston who said more than $5 million in funding would be made available to industry in the 2014-15 financial year under round one of the SADI Program. Premium

Armidale fleet 'struggling'

The difficulties being experienced with the RAN's 14-strong Armidale patrol boat fleet were the subject of unusually strong comments by Col Thorne, the DMO's general manager Land and Maritime Shipbuilding, at last week's Hunter Defence Conference.

Defence exports - industry views sought

Opportunities to expand Australia's multi-million dollar defence industry exports will be examined in a new federal parliamentary inquiry. Premium

Space agreement a milestone in international cooperation

Defence cooperation between Australia, Canada, the UK, and US has been further enhanced by the establishment of a formal partnership on combined space operations. Premium

More on space situational awareness

Canberra will join the Falcon Telescope Network, which will eventually number 12 telescopes, computer-linked to the US Air Force Academy's CSSAR. Premium

Sea 5000 decision nearing

Announcements are expected very shortly on moving forward the Sea 5000 Future Frigate (Anzac class replacement) program. Premium

Cabinet divided over Australian Border Force

Cabinet is reportedly divided over how much power and resources the new national security agency, the Australian Border Force, should have. Premium

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