On 22 September, in anticipation of a US Marine Corps (USMC) requirement for a shipborne UAV capability, Bell Helicopter unveiled its unmanned V-247 Vigilant tiltrotor.
The CEO of one of Australia's largest defence primes has responded to negative commentary regarding the Sea 1000 Future submarine program after a full-page ad appeared in The Australian last week. more »
In early June, Lockheed Martin and the Defence Science and Technology Group jointly announced the successful completion of an important step towards the next generation of Over The Horizon Radars (OTHR).
Submarine periscopes and masts call on a wide variety of sensors, whether optical, optronic (electro-optical), or using electronic warfare technologies. They span the operational spectrum, from intelligence to engagement. Worldwide, only a handful of manufacturers have developed real end-to-end expertise in submarine masts and periscopes – and there’s only one in France: Safran.
Behind every RAN ship at sea there’s a team of shore-based support specialists who are dedicated to its well-being, none more so than those responsible for the sustainment of Navy’s newest and largest assets.
As Head of Army Modernisation and Strategic Planning, MAJGEN McLachlan is in a position to see the current state of Army and then work towards getting into a place where it can fight the next war rather than the last.
Queensland aircraft and tank engine maintainers TAE have secured a contract to service the Army's M1A1 Abrams MBT turbines in Australia, vastly improving the engine's repair turnaround times.
In a first for international media, Major Sapir of the Israeli Defence Force has spoken about what is was like to be inside a Merkava Mark 4 tank fitted with the Trophy defence system during the 2014 conflict with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
It’s been a little over six months since the trifecta of the White Paper, Industry Policy Statement and Integrated Investment Plan were released. So what has changed? more »
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As Land Forces 2016 gets underway, Editor Katherine Ziesing continues her coverage of vehicle mounted active defence systems and also tackles Land 400 Phase 2, Land 19 Phase 7B, Air 6500, Land 40 Phase 2, Diggerworks, Land 53 Ninox, and simulation.
Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway looks at cyber security, AMV35 for Land 400 Phase 2, the BAE Systems and GDLS offerings for Phase 3, and Defence infrastructure.
Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr has the latest on Boxer, Lynx, Puma, Land CTDs, and Hawkei and Philip Smart reports on SME and computational intelligence expert YTEK as well as deployable healthcare solutions provider Mobilis Medical.
Patrick Durrant covers Defence project negotiation and leading edge simulation company ImmersaView and Army modernisation and strategy planning head MAJGEN Fergus McLachlan talks in From the Source.
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