Defence Week Premium 341 PDF versions

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.341 of 26 March 2015 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

Sub Summit addresses the issues

The Royal United Service Institute’s national Sub Summit kicked off in Adelaide on March 25, with more than 200 delegates hearing from both sides of politics, the DMO and the head of the Royal Australian Navy’s Future Submarine Program in the first morning. Premium

JSF more affordable

Procurement cost estimates for the Lockheed Martin Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter have dropped by two percent in the latest US Department of Defense (DoD) estimates, shaving US$7.5 billion from the overall program cost forecast. Premium

First Australian pilot flies JSF

The first Australian pilot to fly the Lockheed Martin F-35A Joint Strike Fighter has taken to the skies in the United States. Premium

Defence launches new recruiting campaign for women

The Australian Defence Force has begun a new recruiting campaign aimed specifically at attracting more women in a career with the Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Australian Navy or Australian Army. Premium

Malaysia’s approach to defence industry

In the early 1970s, Malaysia’s government decided that developing the nation as an industrial and commercial powerhouse required a defence industry. Premium

ASEAN Defence Ministers united against terrorism

Held on the Malaysian resort Island of Langkawi between March 15th and 17th, the 9th Association of Southeast Asian Nations Defence Ministers Meeting (ADMM) has produced a united front against the spread of Islamic State (IS) influence in the region. Premium