RSS Channels

RSS feeds, or channels, are available for most sections of the site and can be read in a program called a news reader or aggregator. A quick search of the web will find many free or inexpensive news readers with various capabilities.

Once you have downloaded and installed a reader, follow its instructions for adding new channels.

Please make sure that your reader is configured to look for updates no more frequently than every hour. These feeds update only twice a day, so looking for changes less frequently is recommended.

These channels are for personal use and only in news reader applications. You may not publish headlines from these channels to a web page.

You can use these links to view headlines from the following sections:

ADM Product Showcase
ADM Blog Post
ADM Events
ADM News
ADM Secured News

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ADM covers Sea power.

Editor Katherine Ziesing questions the whereabouts of the national shipbuilding plan, and writes on the passing of Sea Acceptance Trials by NUSHIP Hobart and Ultra Electronics and Sea 5000. 

Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway covers Airborne Gateway trials for King Airs, the contenders for both the armed MUAS requirement and the Special Purpose Aircraft replacements, the potential of the Swordfish MPA for the RNZAF and the definition of future naval UAS capability.

Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr provides a wrap on Air Mobility Group's presence at Avalon, and reports on the competition for the ARH replacement, CAE's KC-30A simulators, and the Sea 1000 Future Submarine program and its industry engagement.  

Patrick Durrant reviews fast jets and weapons at Avalon and gives an update on the Sea 5000 Future Frigate program in the lead up to RFT issue.

Philip Smart puts the SME Spotlight on Cairns-based shipbuilder and sustainer Norship Marine and new Lockheed Martin Australia boss Vince di Pietro is our From the Source interviewee.

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