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Defence has reached a settlement with Navantia over repair costs for RAN's two Landing Helicopter Docks as the ships are declared free of 'significant issues'.

Frontline has become the first Defence-based company in Queensland to be awarded certification to join Rheinmetall's global supply chain.

Eight New South Wales employers have been recognised for their support of ADF Reservists.

The first of three Dassault Falcon 7X aircraft for the RAAF’s Special Purpose Aircraft fleet touched down in Canberra on April 16.

Defence is moving ahead on plans to upgrade the Cocos/Keeling Islands airport to support P8-A Poseidons.

One project explores whether ‘quantum’ radar can be used to detect stealth aircraft.

Damen Marine Components has completed the supply and installation of a number of critical systems on the new Antarctic Supply Research Vessel.

The Italian company RINA is claiming to have changed the cost dynamics of the war gaming world.

Defence has signed a deal with the Fijian government on the planned upgrade of the Blackrock police and peacekeeper training camp.

The investment makes the SmartSat CRC, a national research powerhouse involving $190 million of funding, the biggest investment in space industry R&D in Australian history.

The heavy fuel engines powering the RAN’s two Schiebel S-100 Camcopter unmanned aerial systems have failed to meet Navy’s requirement.

In the conflict of the future, Australia could find itself fighting an adversary we don’t even realise we are at war with until we’ve mostly lost.

Harris Defence Australia has signed a contract to deliver a mobile tactical command system for the NZ Army.

Head of Information Warfare and Deputy Chief of Joint Capabilities Group Major General Marcus Thompson spoke to an industry audience in Canberra this week.

The Sir Richard Williams Foundation this week held a seminar on high-intensity operations and sustaining self reliance.