19 Jun 2014
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John Harvey, writes on The Strategist this week that defence cooperation with Japan could be extended beyond submarine propulsion with this country well placed to assist Japan in another major capability area critical to both countries.
An export version of Thales’ innovative Hawkei light protected vehicle will be on display at Eurosatory, the largest international land and air-land defence and security exhibition, in Paris this week.
International demand for PHM Technology's MADe software is increasing with two of the largest MoD suppliers becoming the latest to sign up to use the Australian product.
Thanks largely to the efforts of Gary Waters, Desmond Ball and Ian Dudgeon, and their seminal paper Australia and Cyber Warfare we now have an Cyber Security Operations Centre.
An obvious contender for Land 400's armoured vehicle replacement program, Puma developers Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and Rheinmetall are making an early start in promoting their Puma infantry fighting vehicle which has just made its Paris debut after successful desert trials.
The Nexter Systems VBCI infantry fighting vehicle is being shown at Eurosatory for the first time fitted with the Italian Oto Melara 30mm Overhead Weapon Station.
Saab is in the final stages of integrating two new projectile variants for its AT4 84mm disposable shoulder-launched rocket system.
Over the next decade, the Australian Government will invest nearly $180 billion in defence acquisition and sustainment projects creating major opportunities for Australia's local defence industry.
The Australian Chapter of the AOC will host its 2014 biennial AOC Australasia Convention in Adelaide at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide August 18-19.
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