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Coles impressed with Collins sustainment

The project has gone from 'concern' status to one of exemplar, according to Coles. Credit: ASC

John Coles, who conducted the 2012 review into sustainment of the Collins Class Submarines has been impressed by the improvements made at ASC in a very short space of time.

CDIC Board named

The CDIC will be headquartered in Adelaide and will receive around $230 million investment over the next decade.

The Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne today announced the appointment of Board members of the new Centre for Defence Industry Capability Advisory Board (CDIC).

Soldier On and ServiceNow partner for veterans IT skills

Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan at the announcement of the partnership between ServiceNow and Soldier On. Credit: Soldier On

Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Defence Personnel Dan Tehan has officially launched the ServiceNow and Soldier On training program in Canberra.

Buccaneer Cubesat a Defence space capability

The Buccaneer satellite. Credit: Michael Jackson-Rand

A miniature satellite that will play an important role in developing Defence space capability is ready for launch into orbit after passing tests.

USN commissions DDG-1000 USS Zumwalt

Balloons fly and the crowd applauds as the US Navy's newest and most technologically advanced warship, USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000), is brought to life during a commissioning ceremony at North Locust Point in Baltimore. Credit: USN Petty Officer 1st Class Nathan Laird.

The US Navy's newest and most technologically advanced warship, USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) was commissioned into active service Saturday, October 15, at North Locust Point in Baltimore, US.

Rheinmetall shows off Army's new trucks

One of RMMVA's HX series logistics trucks fording at the AARC test track. Credit: RMMVA

Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia this week showcased tactical logistics trucks to be deployed with Army before international visitors.

Austal secures Armidale remediation work

HMAS Larrakia during her trials. Credit: Defence

Austal has announced it will deliver an the mid-life remediation program to the Royal Australian Navy’s Armidale-class patrol boats.

Pyne spruiks defence industry in Washington

The Minister for Defence Industry gave the keynote address to the US-UK-Canada-Australia Quadrilateral Conference hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association. Credit: NDIA

Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne has made a keynote speech at the US National Defense Industrial Association in Washington, highlighting the capability of Australian defence industry and the plans to grow it further.

Five Powers join hands for Bersama Lima

From Left, CDF ACM Mark Binskin, Chief of the Malaysian Defence Force, GEN Tan Sri Dato' Sri Haji Zulkifeli Bin Mohd Zin, Chief of the Singaporean Defence Force, LTGEN Perry Lim, Chief of the NZDF, LTGEN Tim Keating and Vice Chief of the British Defence Staff GEN Sir Gordon Messenger pose for a photo following the signing of the Exercise Bersama Lima 2016 commemorative plate at the exercise opening ceremony at Changi Naval Base in Singapore on 6 October 2016.

Exercise Bersama Lima 2016 was officially opened on October 6 at Changi Naval Base, Singapore.

ViDAR impresses as ScanEagle tests continue

ScanEagle Unmanned Aircraft System, with Visual Detection and Ranging (or ViDAR) set up to launch at Christmas Island Airport. Credit: Defence

A Navy team has deployed to Christmas Island to conduct further tests with the ScanEagle UAS, as Sentient Vision Systems showcases its ViDAR technology to the US Coast Guard.

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