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Orbital Corporation has flight tested its propulsion systems in conjunction with customer Insitu Pacific.
Construction of a next-generation High Performance Computing Centre (HPCC) in Adelaide will kick off this month.
Frontline Manufacturing has marked a decade of engagement and service to the defence sector with an official opening of their new premises.
There was a large focus on the workforce surrounding the National Shipbuilding Program and how its constituent arms are progressing in the latest round of Estimates.
Minister Price, now clearly settled in the portfolio, was unusually frank in her off-script remarks to the National Defence Industry Skilling and Workforce Summit in Perth.
Defence needs to address the connectivity across its component parts set against a broad organisational context.
ASC has teamed with engine and power system distributor Penske Power Systems to prepare the next generation of submarine diesel engineers.
Two fully autonomous armoured vehicles were the centrepiece of a landmark demonstration for the Australian Army this week.
The Australian Army has selected Systematic to deliver its interim Track Management Capability.
RUAG Australia is marking its contribution to the Orions' 21 years of service.
Barrett Communications have recently been awarded a multiyear contract to supply the Canadian National Defence Department.
The construct that there is war or peace, where peacetime permits business as usual, is an outdated binary construct.
Airbus has talked about their classified LOUT (low observable UAV testbed) program for the first time.
Airbus' proposal for Land 4503 (the replacement Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter) will include upgrading the current Tiger ARH fleet to Mark III, together with a number of H145M armed light helicopters.