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Raytheon will provide combat system engineering support services to the RAN for up to six years.

The agreement is aimed at entrusting MacTaggart with the fabrication of equipment composing countermeasures and/or associated launch systems.

Defence has partnered with app developer Elegant Media to create an online platform for the storage, management, and access to regulatory aviation information.

The P-3K2 Orion will be based in Japan for the deployment.

BMT has announced the Caimen 90 Landing Craft as its bid vessel to replace the Army’s Mark 8 Landing Craft.

iXblue and L3Harris Technologies signed a Memorandum of Understanding at Pacific 2019.

For one apprentice, changing career pathways from hairdressing to naval shipbuilding has been easy sailing.

Ryan Aerospace won the coveted Queensland Premier’s Export Award in the Small Business Category.

The strategic circumstances that Australia faces are ever changing. With a raft of shipbuilding programs on the horizon, the biggest in living memory, what situation will they face when they put to sea?

Rheinmetall's Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) has been disqualified from the US program to replace the Bradleys.

Leonardo and Rafael have delivered the first Trophy Active Protection Systems to defend the US Army’s Abrams main battle tanks.

Lockheed Martin and Defence have appointed Safran to design three major Combat System components for the Future Submarine.

A new collaboration between Flinders University and ASC Shipbuilding will bring advanced manufacturing to the Hunter class frigates.

In addition to our usual editorial coverage, the ADM team conducted video interviews of a range of exhibiting companies at Pacific 2019.

A plan to create the Australian Maritime Development Centre (AMDC) was launched last week at Pacific 2019.