Defence Week Premium 325 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.325 of 6 November 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

DSTO release Forward 2035

Chief Defence Scientist Dr Alex Zelinksy launched Forward 2035, DSTO's forward planning document, on 31 October. Premium

New technologies hosted at Army Innovation Day

Aeryon’s SkyRanger unmanned aerial system.

Some of the latest in tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) technologies were showcased by members of defence industry at the inaugural Army Innovation Day held at the Special Forces Training Facility in Sydney on September 30. Premium

RAN Patrol boat fire's aftermath

Aluminium Boats Australia has announced it had been placed into voluntary administration after HMAS Bundaberg was destroyed while undergoing maintenance at its Hemmant shipyard in August.

According to the Courier Mail, the fire which gutted a $54 million Australian Navy patrol boat has been blamed for the demise of a Brisbane-based boat manufacturing and servicing company. Premium

Tough decisions ahead for Defence

Tough decisions will be required to better align Australia's Defence funding and capability, the secretary of the DoD has warned in the DoD's 2013-14 annual report. Premium

$2 million boost for Victorian Defence Science Institute

Victorian Minister for Manufacturing David Hodgett has announced that the Napthine Government will provide $2 million funding for the continued operation of the DSI. Premium

New processing technology for Defence ration packs

The DSTO is to investigate the use of a new processing technology to produce high-quality, long-life, shelf-stable foods for Defence ration packs. Premium

Call for tactical cyber control

Tactical cyberspace control is rapidly becoming central to dominating the information environment and thus will emerge as paramount for forces campaigning in the information age. Premium

Last NH90 now in RNZAF service

The RNZAF has received into service the last of eight operational NH90 TTHs

The RNZAF has received into service the last of eight operational NHIndustries NH90 TTHs it ordered in 2006, the defence force announced on October 31. Premium

Cuts to red tape to save DHA approximately $15 million

The changes announced include the lifting of the requirement for accreditation for single-dwelling projects and raising of the threshold for multi-unit projects from $3 million to $4 million.

DHA has welcomed key changes to the Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme, which will allow the developer to save approximately $15 million across a 12-month period. Premium

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