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Civmec has announced that two important milestones have been achieved at its Henderson facility.

Good planning right now will save time, effort and money down the track, ensuring that the mistakes of the past do not re-emerge in the future.

Defence has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to industry for the proposed acquisition of a Special Operations Helicopter capability.

A report released this week by the Lowy Institute has called for Australian policymakers to focus on developing a shared maritime vision with Indonesia, potentially involving defence industry collaboration.

The British government has confirmed that it was in discussion with Boeing and the RAAF about the potential for the E-7 Wedgetail to replace its current Sentry fleet.

Australian companies involved in Super and Classic Hornet sustainment now stand to win business supporting overseas jets.

Lockheed Martin has selected Harris to develop and deliver the next generation Integrated Core Processor (ICP) for the F-35 fighter jet.

Deputy PM Michael McCormack has turned the first sod to mark the construction phase of a Defence Satellite Ground Station at Kapooka.

The Australian Space Agency has formally entered into Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with counterpart agencies in Canada and the UK.

EOS Defence Systems has been crowned double winner at the 2018 ACT Chief Minister’s Export Awards.

OCCAR has commissioned Airbus Helicopters to perform de-risking studies aimed at providing the Tiger helicopter with next generation battlefield capabilities.

The US Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin have finalized the lowest per aircraft price in F-35 program history on the same day that an F-35B crashed in South Carolina.

Defence has entered into a contract with Hawker Pacific as prime contractor for the delivery of a substantially upgraded version of the Air Combat Officer Training System.

H.I Fraser and Issartel have signed an agreement to coordinate possible involvement in the Future Submarine program.

The Commonwealth has selected Indra Australia to design and manufacture a Level 2 deployable forensic laboratory capability that is being procured under Land 154 Phase 2.