Boeing recently upgraded the Royal NZ Air Force’s (RNZAF) fleet of six P-3K2 Orion aircraft with new acoustics processing and training simulation technology. Read more
BAE Systems has cut steel for the second British Type 26 Global Combat Ship, HMS Cardiff.
A prototype battlespace communication technology was put to the test at Ex Talisman Sabre, 18 months ahead of its scheduled release.
Team Downer MSP has been awarded a contract extension by CASG to continue supporting the Critical Systems Branch within Defence's Joint Systems Division.
ADM’s annual STEM in Defence summit took place in Canberra, looking at the opportunities and challenges facing Defence as it competes for STEM workers.
The RAN’s anti-mine capability will be boosted next year with the delivery of four General Dynamics Bluefin-9 unmanned underwater vehicles and three larger Bluefin-12s.
Two independent studies into the Collins class submarine Full Cycle Docking maintenance program have found ‘significant’ benefits in moving the work to WA.
The US military presence in the NT reached a milestone as the ABC uncovered an American proposal to spend upwards of $300 million on naval construction projects in and around Darwin.
Although the detailed design of the RAN’s Attack-class Future Submarines will not be finalised until 2026, Defence scientists have already been working for nearly a decade on understanding and assessing the materials likely to be used in their construction.
The F-35 program team have started integrating the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System on to American F-35As seven years earlier than previously planned.
Here's some of the key initial steps Defence suppliers can take to secure controlled technical data.
This adage is so old and overused that it has lost all meaning. Prevention as an approach is against human nature in many ways. Why ‘prevent’ or manage something that is a long way off? Or plan for consequences that may never eventuate?
Naval Group is leading the design and build of the largest and most expensive Defence acquisition in Australia’s history – the $50 billion Future Submarine Program. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with local CEO John Davis to run through how the program is progressing and what lies ahead.
The two finalists in this category are the LHD Future Supplier Engagement Model Project and Land 155 Bridging Capability.