NIOA wins 40mm grenade launcher contracts

Under the Land 40 Phase 2 project, NIOA will deliver the MK47 40mm Automatic Light Weight Grenade Launcher. Credit NIOA

NIOA has been awarded contracts by the Commonwealth of Australia for the supply and support of the next generation of Light Weight Automatic Grenade Launchers (LWAGL) for the Australian Army.

Minister visits Defence clothing manufacturer

The Minister for Defence Kevin Andrews at ADA's factory in Bendigo. Credit: Defence

The Defence Minister Kevin Andrews visited Australian Defence Apparel in Bendigo yesterday.

Wearable tech for aerospace industry

The Guardian Mentor Remote system - the technology has huge potential to bring down maintenance costs for airlines, particularly those in regional locations. Credit: CSIRO

Commercial and defence aircraft operators will be able to reduce aircraft down-time and maintenance costs, thanks to new wearable technology that can remotely connect technicians with aviation experts from around the world.

Owen gives ADF local support for L-3 laser devices

Technicians can now service and repair ADF laser equipment at the facility in Sydney. Credit: Owen International

The specialist defence equipment supplier Owen International has established a laser aiming repair, maintenance and test facility in Sydney.

Ultra Electronics Sonobuoys fit for unmanned ASW capability

Ultra Electronics is developing a new family of miniature passive sonobuoys that eventually could lend themselves to deployment from unmanned aerial systems.

Rheinmetall Defence Australia meets 300 Australian SMEs

The Boxer 8x8 multirole armoured reconnaissance vehicle. Credit: Rheinmetall AG

Rheinmetall Defence Australia has formally completed the first phase of its Australian Industry Capability (AIC) program

CAE to provide two P-8A simulators for RAAF

The P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft will replace the RAAF's P3-C Orions.

Two operational flight trainers (OFTs) for the RAAF's future P-8A Poseidon aircraft will be provided under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the US Navy

BMT delivers Submarine Design and Engineering course

A plan view of the French Navy's nuclear powered Barracuda attack class submarine, a variant of which is being considered for Sea 1000. Credit: DCNS Australia

BMT Design & Technology recently delivered two Submarine Design & Engineering Courses in Adelaide.

Netherlands orders 12 new Bushmasters

Dutch Bushmaster APV with raven-400 SRCWS

A dozen life-saving Bushmasters are going into production in Bendigo for export to the Netherlands, after the country’s Ministry of Defence ordered new vehicles from Thales Australia.

NIOA services LHD 25mm cannons

NIOA recently completed armourer training and Serial Inspections of the cannons protecting HMAS Canberra – the OrbitalATK M242 25mm Chain Gun.

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