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Defence and Raytheon Australia have signed an acquisition contract on the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System under Land 19 Phase 7B.

Raytheon has officially awarded Kongsberg a contract worth $270 million for the provision of components for Land 19 Phase 7B.

STACT Advisory has announced its acquisition of Australian Aerospace Corporation.

Army’s 16 Air Land Regiment has been retitled - one change among several that are now underway.

ASPI’s War in 2025 conference at the QT Hotel in Canberra was held between June 13 and 14, examining what war could look like six years from now.

BAE Systems has been awarded contracts by Boeing to supply the Vehicle Management Control System and Identification Friend or Foe System for the MQ-25.

Defence is looking for innovations that can advance Army’s network resilience, boost network defences or deceive adversaries.

NATO, Airbus and Elbit Systems have successfully integrated direct infrared countermeasures on-board the A330 tanker aircraft that form the Multinational Multi Role Tanker Transport Fleet.

Antarctic icebreaker RSV Nuyina is being put through its paces with a barrage of tests on the propulsion, bilge, ballast and other auxiliary systems.

OPEC Systems has signed a $23 million contract with Leidos Australia to support the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defence project under Land 2110.

Ocius Technologies' unmanned surface vessels (USVs) have successfully demonstrated their ability to work as an autonomous team.

The RAN's longest serving ship, HMAS Success, has completed her final voyage after 33 years’ service.

The German Bundeswehr has awarded Rheinmetall an order for 252 unprotected transport vehicles with payloads of five and fifteen tons.

The WA State Government has established the Defence Science Centre.

NZ Defence Minister Ron Mark has announced the selection of the C-130J-30 Hercules to replace the RNZAF fleet of C-130H airlifters.