The government has officially signed the contract with Rheinmetall for the delivery of 211 armoured combat reconnaissance vehicles. Read more
The P-8A Poseidon simulator and training systems at RAAF Base Edinburgh, the largest outside the US, have been officially handed over to the RAAF.
Yvonne Sears, Director of Adelaide’s ISDefence, has been named Australasia’s number one continuity and resilience consultant by the Business Continuity Institute.
CASG’s FAS Helicopters Shane Fairweather and Army’s Head of Land Capability Major General Kathryn Toohey have outlined the way ahead for ad hoc industry engagement with either organisation: it’s not happening.
The UK’s plans to acquire the Boeing E-7 aircraft came a step closer to reality in mid-July, with the arrival of the first three RAF personnel at Williamtown for training.
The RAAF has deployed its new C-27J Spartan battlefield airlifter to the Top End for the first time.
The first of the Australian Space Agency (ASA) engagement roadshows kicked off this week in Canberra.
The Royal Navy should look to Australia’s experience with the Collins as a lesson in quality assurance.
In supporting both Department of Defence and Defence Contractor enterprises over many years, ENS International has seen negotiation shortcomings and challenges.
CAE has been awarded a contract to provide the Royal NZ Air Force (RNZAF) with a CAE 700MR Series NH90 flight training device.
Austal has announced that the Philippines Navy will acquire six Cape Class patrol vessels in the latest win for the OPV.
Following a competitive tender process, One Tree Community Services has been selected as a new contract provider for the Defence Childcare Program.
The RAAF KC-30A tanker transport aircraft has delivered 100,000,000 pounds of fuel during air-to-air refuel missions on Operation OKRA in the Middle East.
Defence has re-engaged ASC to continue to deliver the RAN's training services for the Collins class submarines.
After long and distinguished service in the RAN, decommissioned vessel ex-HMAS Darwin will receive a new lease on life as a dive wreck in the waters off Tasmania.
Eighteen Australian defence innovators, including four Young Innovators, have been shortlisted for the Land Forces 2018 Industry Innovation Awards from a record 31 entries.