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First Australian visit by Italian Defence Minister

ITS Carabiniere during her earlier visit to Fremantle. Credit: Bahnfrend (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Roberta Pinotti met with Minister for Defence Marise Payne in Sydney yesterday to discuss Australia-Italy defence cooperation before speaking at a reception hosted by the Italian Ambassador to Australia

Red Flag gives insight into near capabilities

USAF personnel watch an F-22A Raptor take off from Nellis Air Force Base, prior to their boarding a RAAF C-130J Hercules during Exercise Red Flag 17-1. Credit: Defence

After three weeks of high-intensity missions, Exercise Red Flag 17-1 has concluded.

Essington Lewis Awards

This year the Essington Lewis Awards will return with a gala dinner and awards night planned in Canberra on June 14.

Raptors arrive at Tindal

An F-22 Raptor preparing to refuel. The F-22s will conduct integrated training activities with the RAAF’s 75 Squadron F/A-18A/B Hornets along with ground assets and personnel. Credit: USAF Senior Airman Justin Hodge

The visiting F-22s will be located at RAAF Base Tindal and will be the largest and longest rotation of fifth-generation aircraft to Australia to date.

Pyne welcomes Defence and industry to ADM 2017

The Minister gave the welcoming address on the eve of the conference. Credit: ADM David Jones

Yesterday Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne spoke at the first welcome reception to be held in conjunction with the annual ADM Congress which begins today.

Camcopter UAS for Navy

The Schiebel Camcopter S-100 during the evaluation phase. Credit: Schiebel

Defence has awarded Austrian company Schiebel a contract for the supply of its Camcopter S-100 System and three years of follow-on Contractor Logistics Support.

Naval early warning tech for high speed threats funded

A navy sailor's EW rating badge. Credit: Defence

An innovation project to develop techniques to provide naval ships with early warning of incoming low flying air threats has received Government funding of $1.7 million.

Naval shipbuilding designers converge on Adelaide

Italian FREMM class ASW frigate Carabiniere will visit Adelaide between 5-10 February. Credit: Marina Militare

Naval ship designers and builders down selected for Australia's major naval shipbuilding programs are showing off their wares and engaging with industry in Adelaide in coming weeks.

Hobart commences next phase of trials

NUSHIP Hobart departs the Techport facility at Osborne for commencement of sea acceptance trials. Credit: AWD Alliance

NUSHIP Hobart has commenced a second round of more advanced sea trials off the coast of SA.

SA ups the ante on defence innovation

Here a DST Group researcher is working to mitigate risks associated with helicopter operations on the Canberra Class LHDs. By using computational fluid dynamics models, validated by DST Group’s low speed wind tunnel using a 1/100 model of the LHD, researchers can gain a detailed understanding of the flow field around the flight deck. Credit: DST Group

SA is establishing the Defence Innovation Partnership, a new organisation that will generate defence-related research and development activity for the state.

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