02 Oct 2014
Defence is now accepting public submissions for the 2015 White Paper.
The US Navy expects to drop its total buy of Triton MQ-4C air vehicles below the 68 it had planned for because the system is “more reliable” than anticipated.
AU-1, Australia's first JSF, has taken to the skies for a two-hour sortie.
There's a chance that only one of the planned two JSFs will take part in carrier trials next month.
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has been awarded two contract modifications totalling $50 million to continue supporting the AN/BYG-1 combat control system aboard US Navy and Royal Australian Navy submarines.
The Submarine Institute of Australia (SIA) has made a submission to the Senate Economics Reference Committee Inquiry into the Future Of Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry.
Four Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) ships are being retired early in an effort to preserve resources for modernising and renewing the naval force structure as a whole.
A key contract for supporting Australia’s new Landing Helicopter Dock ships (LHDs) has been awarded to BAE Systems Australia.
After six months of contractor work, Sirius is ship shape and ready to hit the high seas to support the fleet and keep the fuel flowing.
The full version of Defence Week Premium no.320 of 02 October 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here.
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