News

British company CGC Systems has been contracted to supply and install the first antenna systems at the first Australian Ground Network site near Geraldton.

Bupa Health Services has been awarded the ADF Health Services Contract, effective 1 July.

The US has moved forward with two active protection systems currently under consideration for Land 400 and Abrams tank upgrade programs.

Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester has announced the signing of a two year extension to the Recruiting Services contract with ManpowerGroup.

A new dedicated grants program has been announced to back Australian defence businesses to become exporters.

Once again ADM has gone out to industry to get a snapshot of what we look like in terms of turnover, workforce, AIC, R&D, and exports.

We will resume publication of web stories on 10 January, with the first Headlines newsletter on January 22 and the first Defence Week on January 24.

Birdon, a family-owned engineering and services business headquartered in Port Macquarie, has delivered its 100th Bridge Erection Boat to the US Army.

Airbus has been awarded a two year contract extension to provide sustainment services through to 2024 for the RAAF's C-130J fleet.

The Defence Export Facility has made loans that will support the export of sophisticated Australian radar systems and patrol boats.

The ADF has entered into two significant munitions contracts today.

Australian researchers and RUAG Australia are investigating the use of laser metal deposition (LMD) production technology for faster and more cost-effective aircraft repairs.

ASC Shipbuilding, now a subsidiary of BAE Systems Australia, has been awarded a contract that provides the framework for the design and build of the Hunter Class frigates.

The Army has conducted a two-week activity with Schiebel’s Camcopter UAS to gain further insights into future capabilities and payloads under Project Land 129-3.

The companies building the OPVs have awarded scholarships to engineering and trade students in SA, WA and NT.