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The latest in DST’s Scindicate (formerly known as Partnership Week) series of events was held at its facility in Edinburgh, SA.

A new ASPI report argues that defence industry must outperform other national industries in order to deliver an overall benefit to the economy.

RAAF and US Navy P-8A Poseidon aircraft will be retrofitted with extra workstations, so that each aircraft will now have six.

The remote East Pilbara community of Jigalong in WA has come together for the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Programme (AACAP) 2019 Closing Ceremony.

Ten Australian innovators from both the defence and civil sector have been shortlisted from 44 entries for the prestigious Pacific 2019 Innovation Awards.

Eylex will supply RACAL Acoustics digital high noise RA4000 and medium noise Raptor RA5001 headsets and leads for the Block One Boxer vehicles under Land 400 Phase 2.

UAVAIR is the company behind the scenes training the largest and most experienced operator of drones in the country - the Army.

HMAS Hobart has become the first Hobart-class Guided Missile Destroyer to fire a missile in Australian waters.

Austal has signed a contract worth approximately A$126 million to construct two Cape Class Patrol Boats for Trinidad & Tobago.

The government has handed over the newest Guardian-class patrol boat to the Samoan Government.

Boeing recently upgraded the Royal NZ Air Force’s (RNZAF) fleet of six P-3K2 Orion aircraft with new acoustics processing and training simulation technology.

BAE Systems has cut steel for the second British Type 26 Global Combat Ship, HMS Cardiff.

A prototype battlespace communication technology was put to the test at Ex Talisman Sabre, 18 months ahead of its scheduled release.

Team Downer MSP has been awarded a contract extension by CASG to continue supporting the Critical Systems Branch within Defence's Joint Systems Division.

ADM’s annual STEM in Defence summit took place in Canberra, looking at the opportunities and challenges facing Defence as it competes for STEM workers.