Defence Industry enterprises can expect to face increasing emphasis on improving their security posture from US and Australian regulators.

America’s largest military shipbuilding company has delivered the first 3D printed metal part for installation on an aircraft carrier.

Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) has signed an agreement with TriSept, a US based company with 25 years experience working on space launch initiatives with NASA.

Now in its 16th year, ADM’s annual Congress is set to deliver a stellar line up of speakers to kick off 2019.

The US State Department has approved the sale of two land-based Aegis weapons systems to Japan in a deal worth US$2.15 billion.

The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport.

The Alabama offices of Austal’s American subsidy, Austal USA, have been raided by US Navy investigators.

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne has hinted that Australia may commence freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea.

ANAO’s 2017-2018 Major Projects report has highlighted project slippage as an area of concern for Defence.

Rheinmetall has been awarded a contract from the Swedish armed forces to supply vehicles for transporting Patriot air defence system.

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.

Serco Defence has partnered with Navy to deliver simulator training in Phase Four of the JWAC since 2012.

The arrival of the first two F-35A Joint Strike Fighters marks the start of a process that aims to achieve Initial Operating Capability (IOC) by the end of 2020.

NIOA has received a 2018 NZ Minister of Defence Awards of Excellence for their role in the delivery of the NZ Defence Sniper Rifle Replacement project.