ASC has launched the Sovereign Shipbuilding Talent Pool for shipbuilding workers impacted by the discontinuation of the Attack Class Submarine Program. Read more
Indigenous construction company Indigenous construction company Tiwi Partners has been contracted to deliver a $7 million explosive ordnance storage facility at RAAF Base Darwin.
A £110 million (A$208) contract has been awarded to Babcock International Group to deliver the new Defence Strategic Radio Service to critical military operations.
The Federal Government has committed to extending the life of all six Collins class submarines and to retain full cycle docking of the fleet at Osborne, South Australia.
Frazer-Nash Consultancy has appointed Senior Engineer Dr Simon Inverarity to the firm’s Canberra office.
Australia's decision to scrap the Attack class submarines was 'driven by strategic circumstances', according to Tony Dalton, Deputy Secretary National Naval Shipbuilding, as the fallout with France grows.
Under the agreement, Australia will contribute $70 million to the $907 million US Army PrSM program, to continue development of a surface-to-surface precision strike weapon with a range of between 70 and ‘over 400’ km.
The new contracts, valued at more than $15 million, will deliver terminals for several European frigates and warships during the course of 2022 and 2023.
CAE Australia has been awarded a contract by CASG to upgrade the RAAF's three Hawk Mk127 full-mission simulators with the innovative Crew Training System developed by Seeing Machines.
In-orbit inspection company HEO Robotics has raised a seed financing round to launch its HEO Inspect product and help scale its services.
Welcome to the September 2021 edition of ADM: Katherine Ziesing’s final edition as Managing Editor. As Kath herself put it, the ship will sail under new leadership from the October 2021 edition onwards.
After 15 years with Yaffa Media, including three as ADM’s Managing Editor, Katherine Ziesing has headed into the sunset. Group Editor Ewen Levick spoke to her about her time with the magazine, Defence, government and industry over this period.
The ADF has not deployed tanks overseas in half a century. Whilst the past does not necessarily predict the future, it should cause prudent strategists to ask: why do we need tanks?