03 Dec 2015
In the wake of news that the Phase 3 of Land 400 Request for Information has been released, the program office hosted an industry briefing in Canberra on Friday last week.
In a surprise move, the service life of 20 of the Army’s S-70A-9 Black Hawk helicopters is being extended by four years.
On Friday the LHD NUSHIP Adelaide will be commissioned into service, joining her slightly older sister HMAS Canberra at Fleet Base East.
Sentient Vision’s ViDAR system has been selected by Cobham Aviation Services for integration aboard AMSA’s Bombardier CL604 Challengers.
An Emirati university professor who developed a low-cost common first-year engineering program that enabled more students to enter study has won the 2015 Global Engineering Deans Council Award.
Australia’s role managing the threat of satellites and space craft colliding with burgeoning space debris to grow substantially with the establishment of a major space tracking network.
Defence and Jacobs Australia have signed a contract to deliver capability to the ADF through a new Managing Contractor model.
The Joint Standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has tabled the report on Government support for Australian defence industry exports.
Welcome to another issue of DWP in a week where we were met with troubling news of a foreign hack of the Bureau of Meteorology's supercomputer – what are the implications for Defence? ADM will be following this closely as further news comes to light.
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