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The government has decided not to proceed with the 2020 Marine Rotational Force – Darwin (MRF-D) deployment given ongoing restrictions associated with COVID-19.

Kongsberg Defence Australia has chosen Albury-based MILSPEC Manufacturing to supply mechanical fixtures for components for NASAMS sub-systems.

Defence has exercised a two-year extension of the Medical & Dental Logistics Support Service Contract with Serco.

Defence and Australian industry will manufacture and deliver more than 15,000 Silvershield units to the Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces this year.

Sydney residents recently had their first glimpse of their city’s namesake ship with the arrival of NUSHIP Sydney at Garden Island.

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has completed the first production-representative MQ-9B SkyGuardian Remotely Piloted Aircraft.

Australia’s first digital shipbuilding course has commenced.

Entries and nominations for the 2019 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, the country's premier national science award, are open. The deadline for submissions is in three weeks.

SA company Silentium Defence has been awarded a $2 million contract to continue development of its MAVERICK M-Series passive radar for land tactical situational awareness.

Australian Pump believe that the RAN should follow USN and make Envelop mandatory on all major topside assets.

Defence industry is being invited to put forward its business case for the first stage of the Deployable Force Infrastructure Project (Land 8140).

ADM speaks with Med-Con, Australia’s only remaining manufacturer of surgical masks, about their cooperation with the ADF in the fight against COVID-19.

Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds and Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price have released a joint statement outlining economic support measures for defence industry as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

ADM understands that RAAF combat squadrons are planning to deploy to the NT in July for Exercise Pitch Black 2020, despite the current COVID-19 restrictions placed on travel.

The difference in public communications around COVID-19 between the Australian and NZ governments has been commented on much in the past month.