defence week 410-419

defence week 410

Defence Week Premium 410 PDF version

The full version of Defence Week Premium no.410 of 18 Aug 2016 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

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Cyber security: sharing of threat information critical

Michelle Price is the senior advisor on national security at the ANU's National Security College. Credit: ANU/NSC
A national security advisor and former architect of the Government's 2015 cyber security strategy said sharing of threat information was critical for cyber security.

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F-35, SM-6 prove networked naval warfare

In a test the F-35 has proven its support of NIFC-CA. Credit: Lockheed Martin
A US Marine Corps F-35 Lightning II and an Aegis Weapon System have successfully engaged a target with an SM-6 missile for the first time during a live fire exercise.

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An eye to the future – SimTecT 2016

The action at one of the stands during last year's event. Credit: Simulation Australasia
This year, presenters and attendees were encouraged to share their expertise in research and design and training and supporting technical operations in modelling and simulation.

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Government to retain a split ASC

ASC will be split into three separate entities. Credit: ASC
The Federal Government will retain ownership of submarine and ship builder and sustainer ASC with its full separation into three disparate entities to be completed in 2017.

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Defence Week Premium 411 PDF version

The full version of Defence Week Premium no. 410 of 25 Aug 2016 can be downloaded here as a PDF. A separate PDF of the latest Defence tenders can also be downloaded here. Premium

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Minister Pyne enthusiastic about Defence industry outlook

The Minister with ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing. Credit: ADM (David Jones)
The recently appointed Defence Industry Minister has admitted a fascination for being “able to touch and feel what the Government is achieving”.

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Captain of industry alarmed by negative sub commentary

The ad placed by Dick Smith and other wealthy businessmen in The Australian. Credit: ABC
The CEO of one of Australia's largest defence primes has responded to negative commentary regarding the Sea 1000 Future submarine program after a full-page ad appeared in The Australian last week.

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Negotiations for US Force Posture Initiatives conclude

The 2016 rotation of the US Marine Rotational Force - Darwin (MRF-D) begin to arrive in Darwin. Credit: Defence
Australia and the US will share the costs for more than $2 billion in infrastructure investment in northern Australia.

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Responsibilities finally released but who’s the Boss?

As of yesterday, the Defence website listed the responsibilities as “To be advised”. Credit: Defence
Christopher Pyne’s exact responsibilities and those of his Defence colleagues Marise Payne and Dan Tehan have only just been released.

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latest issue

In the latest issue

ADM covers Simulation and Underwater Technology.

Editor Katherine Ziesing reports from Israel on the Heron TP, and questions whether the Defence approach towards simulation is broad enough; she also takes a look at planning for ASW systems.

Deputy-Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway provides a comprehensive wrap of news from the Paris Air Show and Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr talks to key personnel for an update on the Sea 1000 Future Submarine program.

Philip Smart reports on LVC as experienced by the RAAF during exercises like Coalition Virtual Flag and puts the SME Spotlight on Defence 3D.

Patrick Durrant visits Boeing's Joint Battle Management - Development Environment and considers the potential and challenges for unmanned maritime systems

Talking From the Source this month is CEO Naval Group Australia, Brent Clark. View the digital edition here.

 

 

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