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RAAF to deploy Super Hornets to Middle East

Eight RAAF Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets, an Airbus KC-30A MRTT and Boeing E-7A Wedgetail AEW&C aircraft and 400 support personnel, will deploy to an airbase in the Middle East as early as this week.

Multi-million dollar upgrade for Defence science laboratory

The Australian Government is investing $41 million to upgrade facilities and research capabilities at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation site at Fishermans Bend in Melbourne.

Helicopter safety system wins DSTO Eureka prize

Defence Science and Technology Organisation put to the test a light weight bolt on, bolt off, floatation system for the Tiger ARH Helicopter from Parkes Wharf, HMAS Stirling.

Technology to increase the chances of surviving helicopter accidents at sea has won the 2014 DSTO Eureka prize in support of Outstanding Science for Safeguarding Australia.

NEC wins $150m Centralised Processing support contract

NEC Australia has been appointed as a key member of a team led by Lockheed Martin Australia to provide critical technical and monitoring support throughout the Department of Defence's Centralised Processing Project.

Cogito Group wins 5 year identity and PKI contract

Cogito Group, a Canberra-based SME that specialises in digital security and system integration has been selected to provide level three Public Key Infrastructure and Identity Management Support Services to the Department of Defence.

Aviation Australia establishes Saudi Arabian college

(L – R) – Bill Horrocks (CEO - Aviation Australia); His Highness Prince Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF)

Aviation Australia has recently established a company Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence, in Saudi Arabia with it's in country partner, Shamal Investments.

McAfee Labs highlights success of phishing attacks

McAfee Labs have released the McAfee Labs Threats Report: August 2014, revealing that phishing continues to be an effective tactic for infiltrating enterprise networks.

Thales boosts Australian Tiger helicopter simulator

The improvements mean the simulator now has the highest levels of ‘out of the window’ realism of any Tiger FFMS in the world. [Photo:Thales]

Thales Australia has successfully delivered a significant upgrade to the Australian Tiger helicopter simulator.

RMMVA awards key subcontracts under Land121

Companies in Newcastle, Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra have won major subcontracts under the Land 121 Phase 3B program after a competitive tender process overseen by prime contractor RMMVA.

Land Surveillance: US help in cracking an ever-growing nut? | ADM July 2014

Defence is in the process of developing a system that it hopes will capture, manage and disseminate to those needing it, the ever-increasing flow of information from the ADF’s large, disparate and growing number of ISR capabilities. Our US friends may well lead the way. Premium

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