Leidos has joined the Global Supply Chain (GSC) Program, which utilises multi-national defence companies’ international supply chains to identify opportunities for Australian companies.

Australia and NZ were amongst the first states to mark the centenary of the Armistice that ended World War I this weekend.

The ADF’s Armaments Systems Program Office (ARMTSPO) recently commissioned NIOA to undertake suitability trials for a specialist weapon coating system called EC Paint.

The DTC and AIDN National will formally join Ai Group's Defence Council National Executive.

ASC has signed separate agreements with Jeumont and Saab on submarine design and service delivery for the Collins-class, the Future Submarines, and Sweden's A-26 class submarines.

Thales will sponsor a PhD at UniSA to find ways to ensure that the operator remains central in the maritime mission as increased levels of AI are introduced into service.

HMAS Hobart has proved her ability to share sensor information and real-time combat system data with the US Navy.

Defence has selected Canberra-based SME Datapod to provide relocatable data storage facilities in a deal worth $7.4 million.

A RAAF KC-30A tanker has completed air-to-air refuelling trials with USAF F-22 Raptors.

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne, Safran CEO Martin Sion, and the CEO of Safran Pacific Alexis de Pelleport opened the company’s new facility in Botany this week.

The new Thales Australia World Trade Centre offices have been opened in Melbourne, paving the way for further progress in the OneSKY project.

HMAS Arunta’s new mast has been installed as part of the ship’s Mid Life Capability Assurance Program upgrade being undertaken at BAE Systems Australia’s Henderson facility.

Elbit Systems has been awarded a framework contract to provide maritime UAS patrol services to the European Maritime Safety Agency.

Dr Andrew Piotrowski from Defence Science and Technology has been awarded the 2018 Minister’s Award for Achievement in Defence Science for developing life-saving equipment against improvised explosive devices.

Ultra Electronics has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus Defence and Space to work together for the potential in-country manufacture and supply of regenerative carbon dioxide removal systems.