08 Oct 2014
The full version of Defence Week Premium no.321 of 9 October 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here.
The DMO has accepted the first of two LHD ships, NUSHIP Canberra, from prime contractor BAE Systems.
BAE Systems has offered a low-risk solution to provide the Royal Australian Navy with deployable mine counter measures.
The third and fourth Beechcraft T-6C Texan II trainers for the Royal NZ Air Force took time out of their delivery flight on October 7 to be presented to Australian defence media.
Defence cooperation between Australia, China and the US will be highlighted during Exercise KOWARI 14, which commenced in the NT this week.
Defence will enhance the ADF's C-IED capability with a $25 million facilities program for the testing, evaluation, training and sustainment of Force Protection Electronic Countermeasures equipment.
The Army has launched its first public blog focusing on ideas about land power, security challenges, modernisation and the future of land forces beyond 2020.
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The UK MoD has awarded two major MSDF contracts, to maintain and repair the RN's vessels and to support the management of its major naval bases.
Airbus Defence and Space has announced plans to divest its 49 percent shareholding in naval and marine systems group Atlas Elektronik GmbH, as part of a wider restructuring of its business activities.
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