Defence's medical and allied health provider to ADF personnel, Medibank Health Solutions, announced that it has terminated its contract with its optometry service provider, Luxottica Retail Australia, effective immediately.
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Late last year Harris delivered the 10,000th digital tactical radio under Phase 2A of JP2072 and now there are more digital radios in the fleet than legacy radios. Premium
When first mooted, the program to replace the Anzac class of frigates with another, more modern version, aka the Future Frigate, might have been seen as something of a blank canvas. Premium
The first two Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force are due to roll off the assembly line in Texas on July 24. Premium
Under JP 3021’s first phase Defence plans to acquire a mobile threat emitter system to provide aircrew with EW training and mission rehearsal exercises against ground-based air defence (GBAD) systems. So far Australian aircrew have had to rely on the use of overseas EW ranges on an ad-hoc basis during Red Flag and similar exercises. Premium
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The July edition of ADM covers a wide range of topics surrounding the theme of force protection and weapons. In this edition we take a look at force protection post Afghanistan, Air 7000 – protecting borders, the future of ground based air defence, the weapons for the Air Warfare Destroyer and much more!
Also ADM acting editor Nigel Pittaway interviews Ian Irving – the chief executive of Northrop Grumman Australia.