New Thales helicopter simulator receives top certification

The Thales Reality H Full Flight Simulator for the AW319 helicopter. Credit: Thales Australia

Thales's new AW139 helicopter full flight simulator at Brisbane airport has just received Level D certification from CASA.

DASR: the new baseline for Defence aviation safety

11SQN Avionic Technicians apply the corrosion inhibiting compound to the AP-3C Orion A9-756. Credit: Defence

The next stage in a 20 year drive for excellence in Defence aviation safety begins today with the new Defence Aviation Safety Regulation (DASR).

Supplier Showcase - Hawker Pacific

Hawker Pacific is a market leader in integrated civil and military aerospace sales and product support throughout Australia, South East Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East.

Supplier Showcase - Cubic Global Defence

Cubic Global Defence is a leading provider of integrated training and simulation solutions across LVC and C4ISR domains for Australian, NZ, US and allied nations' defence forces.

Supplier Showcase - CSC Australia

CSC provides technology-enabled solutions and services including systems integration and design, IT, mission support and management consulting.

Supplier Showcase - CBG Systems

CBG Systems is a Tasmanian company specialising in the supply and installation of fire, thermal and acoustic insulation systems for a range of marine, industrial, defence and commercial clients.

Global opportunities for industry via primes

Credit: Raytheon
Wing Commander Adrian Maso, Commanding Officer No. 2 Operational Conversion Unit, briefs Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, on the Hornet Air Crew Training System at RAAF Base Williamtown.

Defence has signed contracts with Thales and Raytheon to maximise export opportunities for capable Australian companies.

Chemring wins Land 500 EW contract

Chemring's Resolve system in the manpack 'On-the-Move' configuration. Credit: CTS

Chemring Australia has recently signed a contract with the Joint Systems Division of CASG for the provision of EW Manpack Systems.

TAE improves Abrams turbine repair turnaround

A M88A2 Hercules Heavy Recovery vehicle lifting an AGT1500 turbine engine back into a M1A1 Abrams Tank at the range in Puckapunyal back in 2006. This was the first time a pack change had been conducted with the assistance of the General Dynamics Team. Credit: Defence.

Queensland aircraft and tank engine maintainers TAE have secured a contract to service the Army's M1A1 Abrams MBT turbines in Australia, vastly improving the engine's repair turnaround times.

BAE Systems to provide RAN with ASM test capability

In its flight mode, the FATS is configured in an underwing pod and flown against the target ship at low altitude from a Defence contracted Learjet carriage aircraft. Credit: BAE Systems

BAE Systems Australia has won a $32 million, three year contract to provide the Royal Australian Navy with an improved anti-ship missile test capability.

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