The P-8A Poseidon, Australia’s new maritime surveillance aircraft, has achieved Initial Operating Capability (IOC) five months ahead of schedule. Read more
Six KC-390 aircraft are earmarked for a range of defence customers and will be offered on either a medium and long-term lease basis.
Labor Senator Kim Carr embarked upon a bizarre fishing expedition (you would be correct in thinking these are par for the course at Senate Estimates).
Austal is currently engaged in contract negotiations with successful Sea 1180 OPV bidder Luerssen.
Family-owned Heuch will design, develop and manufacture 88 made-to-order mobile units that will increase the lifetime of batteries operating in each Lithuanian vehicle.
MBDA is offering its MMP medium-range missile as part of Army's Land 400 project.
Altera uses visual and audio technologies to provide vehicle crews and operators with improved situational awareness by enabling them to hear and see their surrounding environment, while remaining protected under armour.
The $1.2 billion OneSKY project was valued at $906 million when first approved in 2014.
Co-locating the team members will facilitate greater collaboration and engagement and ensure that any issues during the upgrade can be dealt with much quicker.
The strategic partnership formed under the Warship Asset Management Agreement has been awarded a five year, $1.9 billion contract extension.
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd have created Pilatus Defence Solutions Australia Pty Ltd (PilDEF), a new corporate entity in Australia, to manage military contracts and operations in the Australasian region.
HMAS AE1 was lost somewhere southeast of the Duke of York Islands near Rabaul on 14 September 1914 while in company with the destroyer HMAS Parramatta.
The P&P team includes David Brown Santasalo, L3, Naval Group, MTU/ Penske and Rolls Royce.
This first tranche of the equipment delivered includes 18 deployable communication nodes and an Australian fixed strategic communications anchor site.
Initially, there will be three Defence CRC research projects led by BAE Systems, Thales Australia and Lockheed Martin in the land, maritime and aerospace domains.