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Hanwha and Rheinmetall have submitted their final offerings for the Australian Army's next Infantry Fighting Vehicle under Land 400 Phase 3, a program worth $18-27 billion.
The Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) and Capability Improvement Grants Programs are concluding for this financial year, Defence has announced.
This article will help you identify “controlled technology” Red Flags we have witnessed within the Defence sector.
University of Wollongong (UOW) researchers will share in $1.2 million in funding as part of a Federal Government program to strengthen Australia’s critical geospatial intelligence capabilities.
On Monday ADM reported Rheinmetall's surprise unveiling of its Lynx Combat Support Vehicle (CSV), based on a version of the Lynx KF41. But that was not the full story.
Australian companies Minelab and EPE have announced an Exclusive Teaming Agreement in support of the Defence Projects Land 154 Phase 4, Land 3025 Phase 2 and CA26 fleet sustainment upgrade programs.
Maintenance of the RAN's MU90 Light Weight Torpedos will continue in WA after the government awarded the $20 million contract to Thales Australia.
The US State Department has approved the sale of a former US Navy Boeing EA-18G Growler airborne electronic attack aircraft to Australia, to replace an almost-new example lost in a runway incident in the US in 2018.
The US Space Force’s latest missile warning satellite is ready for launch, after finishing production nearly a month ahead of schedule.
Defence is now undertaking the largest re-capitalisation of Australian military capabilities since the Second World War without accountability to the Australian taxpayers it is tasked to defend.
As Hanwha Defense Australia grows its Australian footprint, ADM Group Editor Ewen Levick spoke recently with HDA Managing Director Richard Cho.
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?