Team 21 of Lockheed Martin, Pilatus and partners is the winning team.

The Pilatus PC-21

ADM's Editor Katherine Ziesing reported today that numerous sources had confimed that BAE Systems Australia has received calls from the Commonwealth to the effect that neither their off base (Tamworth) or on base (RAAF East Sale) options for Air 5428 Pilot Training system have been successful.

Codan and By Light to provide resilient HF radio network for US Department of Veterans Affairs

Codan's Envoy HF smart radio.

Codan Radio Communications, a division of Codan Limited (ASX-CDA), under a prime contract awarded to By Light Professional IT Services, Inc, has announced the contract award from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for the implementation of their nationwide emergency High Frequency (HF) Radio Network.

AFL acquires AFC Group

AFC's new facilities at Seven Hills in Sydney

AFL has acquired AFC, a leading manufacturer, designer and integrator of fibre optic and copper communication solutions with operations in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

Thales opens new site in Townsville

Thales has strengthened its support to the Australian Defence Force with the opening of a new facility in Townsville, Queensland.

New Joint Military/Industry Helicopter Support Centre commissioned

In a move designed to optimise capability support for the Australian Defence Force fleets of Tiger armed reconnaissance and Taipan multi role helicopters, Airbus Group Australia Pacific and the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) have commissioned a joint support centre on Brisbane Airport to be staffed by civilian and Defence personnel.

Solar Airfield Lighting Solutions in Defence Applications.

C17 at Trenton

Orion Solar has been supplying Carmanah solar powered aviation lights in Australia for more than ten years which meeting the requirements of a range of civil and military applications.

Tank tracks to aircraft brakes, MA Spares delivers for Defence

The MA Spares North Ipswich team. From left, Steve Drinkwater, Amy Szemes and Pete Bolton.

It may surprise some to know that operators of military hardware often face the same complications as their civil colleagues when sourcing spare components for ongoing maintenance.

Bartlett has our defence forces covered

C.E. Bartlett’s inflatable tanks have helped the Australian Army maintain its troops and equipment on the move.

In 1956 sail maker Cliff Bartlett began repairing tarpaulins in his family home. It was a natural extension, using the same canvas handling skills honed in providing motive power for sailboats.

Going Mobile in Classified Military Environments: Time to leave Old Practices, not Devices, at the Door

Ask a civilian how they imagine their government’s intelligence agencies’ communication systems work and they’ll likely conjure up a James Bond-like world of advanced gizmos that can quickly access everything from classified satellite images to the location of friendly forces in the field.

Sunshine Refuellers now Refuel International

2014 has been a considerable year of change at Sunshine Refuellers Pty Ltd with the divestment of Liquip International and Beta Fueling Systems

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