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Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds and Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price have released a joint statement outlining economic support measures for defence industry as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
ADM understands that RAAF combat squadrons are planning to deploy to the NT in July for Exercise Pitch Black 2020, despite the current COVID-19 restrictions placed on travel.
The difference in public communications around COVID-19 between the Australian and NZ governments has been commented on much in the past month.
The RAAF is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet strike fighters this week.
Ian Honnery, chief executive of Land Forces 2020 organiser AMDA, has said his organisation is dedicated to running the event as planned.
The ADF’s Land 121 program, much like the vehicles it is acquiring, is a large project that has been rumbling on for well over a decade.
Tenders are being sought from Australian industry for an 'innovative' sustainment model for the RAN’s new Offshore Patrol Vessels.
Up to 46 former RAAF F/A-18A/B ‘Classic’ Hornets have been sold to an air combat training company in the United States.
Businesses are at risk of losing their Defence contract if an employee’s actions lead to a security breach, regulatory breach, or loss of Defence information.
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.
This year has seen the largest number of nominations received for the annual Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Awards.