Boeing Defence Australia is set to overhaul at least two, and as many as eight F/A-18D Hornets belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force. Read more
ADF service chiefs weighed in to recent debates on whether the ADF should have a dedicated firefighting capability at Congress on Wednesday.
The Senate enquiry into Australia’s sovereign naval shipbuilding capability has continued to receive submissions this week, notably from ASC and the SA government.
There are a range of regulatory challenges for any potential or existing Defence supplier to consider in order to remain both current and competitive.
SYPAQ’s new Innovation Collaboration Office in Adelaide was formally opened last week.
A new report from the Institute for Integrated Economics Research has highlighted the strategic vulnerability of Australia’s supply of medicines.
IOC has been declared for Land 121 Phases 3B and 5B, the ADF's next-gen medium and heavy vehicle fleet.
Lürssen Australia celebrated its engagement with local industry on the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessel program with an award ceremony for its SME supplier base in Perth.
Following on from ADM’s look at Boeing CH-47F Chinook sustainment from an industry perspective in the November issue, we turn our focus this issue to the Army viewpoint.
The government has made a long-awaited decision and announced the introduction of partial cost recovery arrangements for space launches in Australia.
Northrop Grumman Australia has moved ahead in leaps and bounds with growth on a number of capability fronts. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing sat down with Chief Executive Chris Deeble to have a look at the year ahead for the company.
The 2019 Minister of Defence Awards for Excellence to Industry were presented on Monday by NZ Defence Minister Ron Mark.