The report notes that Defence has assessed the program to have a high level of risk.

High above the raging fires, a unique, high-tech “eye in the sky” keeps watch, working round the clock to provide critical fire intelligence imagery.

The order is the third call-off from a framework contract signed in July 2017 encompassing over 2,200 military trucks.

The $24 million extension of the Navy Training Systems Centre at Randwick Barracks has been completed.

The ADF's contribution to firefighting efforts continued over the weekend.

A Melbourne small business and another from Cairns will partner with Leidos Australia to deliver counter CBRN equipment for the ADF.

The Land 400 Phase 3 Australian Industry Capability roadshow nomination form has now been released.

L3Harris Technologies has opened a new office in Adelaide to support Australian naval shipbuilding programs.

Northrop Grumman has been awarded a contract to produce and deliver kits required to modify Growler ALQ-218 avionics.

Significant ADF resources have been mobilised to support evacuation efforts and emergency services under Operation Bushfire Assist 2019-2020.

We will resume publication of web stories on 06 January, with the first Defence Week on 16 January and the first Headlines newsletter on 21 January.

Infostellar customers will now be able to access to their satellite constellations from the Australian Ground Network – West (AGN-W) site near Mingenew.

Naval Group has signed nine different MoUs with Australian companies to manufacture its torpedo countermeasure solutions.

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has received new evidence to its inquiry into the impact of the exercise of law enforcement and intelligence powers on the freedom of the press.

Now in its 14th year, ADM’s Essington Lewis Awards are the Defence community’s top award for excellence in collaboration between Defence and Defence Industry.