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Future Land Force Conference: call for papers

The DSTO Future Land Force Conference is an inaugural event that focuses on the application of science and technology for transforming the land force of the future.

F-35 Lightning II to make maiden British flight

F-35 Lightning II aircraft will fly in Britain for the first time this summer, the Defence Secretary has announced.

The F-35 Lightning II aircraft will fly in Britain for the first time this July, the British Defence Secretary has announced.

Lockheed Martin delivers MH-60R EWSS to RAN

RAN MH-60R in Owego Acoustics Bay. [Photo:Lockheed Martin]

Lockheed Martin Australia has confirmed delivery of its MH-60R electronic warfare support system to the Royal Australian Navy.

Defence industry career beckons for award winner

Challenger Institute’s 2013 VET in Schools Student of the Year Award winner Luke Norman.

Golden Bay student Luke Norman has been awarded the Challenger Institutes of Technology Vocational Education and Training in schools Student of the Year Award.

Opening of National Aviation Centre for Cadets

Australian Air Force Cadets prepare a glider for a flight.

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence Darren Chester has officially opened the Australian Air Force Cadets National Aviation Centre at Bathurst.

James Fisher buys Supacat Multi-Purpose Vessel

SMV24 Handover L-R Jim Hey, James Fisher, Nick Ames, Supacat.

James Fisher Marine Services has confirmed that it is the first customer for a Supacat Multi-purpose Vessel 24.

Future of sub force vital to trade security

The security of Australia's maritime trade, including billions of dollars of Liquefied Natural Gas exports, depends on a viable and effective long range submarine force.

BAE, Beechcraft and CAE bid for Air 5428 with T-6C

BAE Systems, Beechcraft and CAE have developed an integrated PTS that meets the Australian Defence Force's requirements for its AIR 5428 project.

Coles review reveals subs performing better than ever

The Future Submarine project will be the largest and most complex Defence project ever undertaken by Australia and will involve hundreds of companies and thousands of workers.

The fourth and final review into the Collins Class submarine sustainment program recently released by John Coles confirms that submarine maintenance and availability has significantly improved.

Japan buys Thales Bushmasters

Thales' Bushmaster.

The Japanese Ministry of Defence has ordered four Bushmaster vehicles for deployment with the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (JGSDF).

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