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The Re-Engineering Australia Foundation and Regional Development Australia – Hunter have been awarded this year’s Schools Pathways Programme Grants.

As machines learn, soon they will teach. Is the ADF ready?

ADM’s seventh annual Defence Estate and Base Services Summit on September 19 was the largest to date, attracting in excess of 300 delegates.

Warfare is changing, and governments are being forced to adapt their military vehicle fleets to keep up.

Exercise Kakadu 2018, Australia’s largest multilateral maritime and air exercise, has drawn to a close in Darwin.

L3 Oceania, a division of L3 Technologies, is expanding its repair centre facilities in Brisbane to enable increased capability for the sustainment of systems in Australia.

Austal has announced that it has been awarded construction contracts by the US Navy to build two additional Independence class Littoral Combat Ships.

DWS Group has been appointed to the new ICT Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) for Defence.

The USAF has completed the first-ever automated landing of an MQ-9 Reaper UAS, followed by the first auto-takeoff a few days later.

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne has announced three more Defence Innovation Hub contracts, investing $7.8 million in promising counter-UAS, electronic warfare, and autonomous aircraft technology.

NIOA has recently acquired 300 acres of industrial zoned land adjacent to the government owned munitions manufacturing plant at Benalla Victoria.

Australia’s sovereign submarine sustainer, ASC, will work with asset management experts to strengthen its life-cycle management execution of the Collins Class submarine fleet.

The government has approved the Defence Fuel Transformation Program, but the issue of fuel security remains largely unaddressed.

The NSW government has announced $11.7 million in funding to create a defence, aviation, aerospace and technology precinct in the Hunter region.

A series of initiatives are currently underway to enhance training areas in Central and North Queensland.