Defence Week Premium 329 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.329 of 4 December 2014 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

New Zealand to accelerate air lift program?

Unconfirmed reports suggest that NZ is considering the rapid acquisition of two Boeing C-17A Globemaster III strategic transports to bolster its air lift fleet in the near term. Premium

HMAS Canberra increases RAN capability

The sealift capability of the RAN has been dramatically increased with the commissioning of the 27,800 tonne LHD HMAS Canberra in Sydney on November 28. Premium

Defence science award for fatigue management work

DSTO physicist Dr Stephen Burke has won the 2014 Minister's Award for Achievement in Defence Science. Premium

End User Computing: quotes sought

The Department of Defence has released a Request for Quote to members of the AMSPA for the delivery of End User Computing. Premium

DMO's School Pathways Program extended

The Government has committed extra funds to extend a DMO program aimed at encouraging more students in WA and SA to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Premium

Partnership to explore virtual simulation opportunities

Defence has entered a partnership with the University of Newcastle to explore how virtual simulation can be used to further enhance education and training. Premium

Defence signs educational contract with Deakin University

Defence has signed a new contract with Deakin University that will support the education and professional development of Defence's next generation of senior leaders. Premium

Aerospace and Defence Australia awarded AS9120 certification

Aerodefence has now completed the stringent requirements for AS9120 which applies to organisations that stock and distribute components for the Aerospace industry. Premium

A medical legend retires

Dr Mal Hoare, Squadron Leader David Wilkinson, Health Centre Manager- RAAF Pearce, Glenn Keys, managing director – Aspen Medical.

After working as a medical officer for the RAAF for the last 52 years, Dr Mal Hoare has retired. Premium

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