Defence Week Premium 327 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.327 of 20 November 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

Subs unlikely to be built down under

The likelihood of Australia's Future Submarine being built in-country appears increasingly unlikely, judging from the official presentations at last week's Submarine Institute of Australia conference in Fremantle. Premium

New deployable air traffic systems for RAAF

The Government has announced that new deployable Air Traffic Management and Control Systems for the RAAF have been procured under a $50 million plus contract with Indra Australia. Premium

Boeing to train RAN and Army helo pilots

BDA, teamed with Thales, Airbus and Turbomeca, has been awarded a $600 million contract to train Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army helicopter pilots for the next 25 year, broadening the company's partnership with this country's armed forces. Premium

Beechcraft T-6C chosen for UK military flying training

On behalf of the UK MOD, the Ascent consortium recently selected the Beechcraft T-6C as the aircraft to complement the BAE Systems Hawk T2 in the training pipeline to conduct fixed wing flight training for the RAF, RN and Army Air Corp pilots. Premium

DSTO a key to our defence capabilities

Robust capability in science, technology and engineering has historically underpinned the ability of the ADF to maintain technological superiority over other countries in our region, along with our ability to operate effectively with our key allies. Premium

Avalon media launch

Media and invited guests assembled in a hangar at Avalon Airport on November 14 for the official launch of the 2015 Australian International Airshow. Premium

Defence signs $16.5m landmark Geospatial technology deal

Esri Australia Managing Director Brett Bundock with Department of Defence Chief Technology Officer Aiyaswami Mohan.

Australia's Department of Defence has signed a three year $16.5 million agreement with Esri Australia that will provide more than 65,000 military and civilian personnel with access to GIS technology. Premium

Codan trusted for the most dangerous Antarctic expedition ever

When Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his ice team set off on the Coldest Journey, Codan Radio Communications was selected to provide the HF radios that would guarantee communications from the harshest environment on the planet. Premium

Jump jets for the ADF?

The F-35B short-takeoff-and-vertical-landing.

Is there a case for Australia to acquire F-35B JSF STOVL aircraft to operate from the two new Canberra-class LHDs? Premium

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