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One of the nation’s first Advanced Welder Training Centres (AWTC) will open in SA in a bid to ensure local welders are ready to meet the demand that will be created by the naval shipbuilding program.

HMAS Warramunga has returned home after spending almost nine months on a record-breaking deployment to the Middle East.

The ADF has a new Chief after ACM Binskin handed over command to General Angus Campbell at a ceremony in Canberra.

Australia’s first Robotics Roadmap is set to assist the ADF by guiding and supporting the development of critical robotic technology.

Defence is inviting Australian SMEs to submit proposals for new technologies to protect UAS by making them harder to detect.

The RAAF has accepted a new C-130J Fuselage Trainer (FuT) into service.

Italian company Sitael has launched a new branch in Adelaide, becoming the first company in Australia with the capability to design and manufacture satellites with a payload of up to 300kg.

ASPI has hosted an audience of entrepreneurs, scientists, academics, military leaders, and journalists (including ADM) at the Building Australia's Strategy for Space conference in Canberra.

Australia’s Collins Class submarine fleet will receive significant sonar upgrades to extend its regional superiority.

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has submitted a scathing report to Congress on the poor performance of the US shipbuilding industry.

Canada has increased the number of F/A-18 A/B ‘classic’ Hornet fighters it wants to buy from Australia from 18 to 25, a Senate Estimates hearing has been told.

Security cooperation between Australia and Japan has been strengthened in recent weeks following the 2018 Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore and the delivery of four more Bushmasters to the Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force (JGSDF).

The Army will purchase an additional four unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) and accessories from Queensland company Praesidium Global for $2 million.

The Army has selected Rockwell Collins to provide extended avionics support for its fleet of CH-47F Chinook helicopters through a performance-based logistics (PBL) contract.

Queensland-based Craig International Ballistics has signed a joint venture agreement with the United Kingdom’s Cooneen Protection Limited, paving the way to export success.