The Minor Acquisition – Under $50 million category for the 2019 Essington Lewis Awards sees the Optus C1 Satellite Life of Type Extension program go up against the Anzac Class Interim IFF program. Read more
The opening ceremony for Exercise Talisman Sabre 2019 has been held as a Chinese surveillance ship watches on from international waters.
TAFE NSW has partnered with the Naval Shipbuilding College to support more careers in the naval shipbuilding, supply and sustainment industries.
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The RAN may be going forward with UAVs, but the hangar facilities on its new destroyers and pending frigates are going backward.
Intellectual preparations for the war of the future continue unabated at ASPI.
DST is now working towards achieving designated laboratory status for the analysis of environmental samples in support of international efforts to ban chemical weapons.
The RAAF has welcomed its new Chief, Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld, during a ceremonial parade and flypast in Canberra.
The Jeff Bleich Centre will undertake research in areas of mutual concern to Australia and the US in response to cyber challenges.
Boeing Defence Australia and Airbus Australia Pacific have extended their commitment to the sustainment of the RAAF's P-8A aircraft.
Canberra-based XTEK has won a $1 million Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority grant to build a production facility.
Rheinmetall and BAE Systems have launched a UK-based joint venture that will play a major role in manufacturing the Boxer vehicles for the British Army.
Two RAN ships, HMAS Success and HMAS Newcastle, have been decommissioned at Sydney's Garden Island naval base.
Accenture has entered into an agreement to acquire BCT Solutions, a privately held technology consultancy.
Schiebel Pacific has opened its new office and workshop at the Albatross Aviation Technical Park in Nowra, right next door to the RAN and local partner Air Affairs Australia.
One of the surprises of the Paris Air Show was an announcement by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer and IAI/Elta of Israel that the two companies will market a new airborne early warning platform.