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Over 300 Defence industry representatives gathered in Canberra yesterday to get an update from senior Army capability leaders.
Thanks to fatigue management and overhaul techniques developed by RUAG in Australia, the RAAF has been able to keep the aircraft in the air longer and for less dollars.
It is curious that France is leading three of the Quad powers in an Indian Ocean military exercise rather than India.
Societies problem-solve through the addition of ever more complex systems, particularly in Defence. Model-based systems engineering offers a means of navigating those systems.
The Defence Estate and Infrastructure Group (E&IG) have handed over ownership of the new Space Surveillance Telescope Building to CASG.
The first orders for artillery shells from the Rheinmetall NIOA Munitions Forging Plant in Maryborough have been confirmed by the German Bundeswehr.
Changes in the structure of Project Sea 129 Phase 5 make it increasingly likely that a common tactical UAS will be selected to operate both from the upcoming Arafura OPVs and the Hunter-class frigates.
The final RAAF Hawk Mk.127 aircraft to be upgraded under the Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program (LIFCAP) was handed back to Air Force in a ceremony at BAE Systems Australia’s Williamtown facility on March 7.
When the Information Warfare Division was stood up almost two years ago, there was some confusion outside Russell about how they would fit into the cyber landscape.
Of all the Defence technologies the ADF operates perhaps the hardest to demonstrate are the magic black boxes behind communications, cyber and EW. Rohde & Schwarz has been invisible in Australia for almost four decades.