SeeByte successfully delivered on-site training of its multi-domain mission management system, SeeTrack, to the Royal New Zealand Navy in partnership with New Zealand Ocean Technology.

BMT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with DNV to help accelerate the development of an Australian version of BMT's CAIMEN Large Design for the future Landing Craft – Heavy program for the Australian Army.

The Irish Naval Service has named the two Inshore Patrol Vessels bought from New Zealand the LÉ Aoibhinn and the LÉ Gobnait.

archTIS announced that the company has signed an agreement with Penten to provide Kojensi as part of a solution for an unspecified Australian national security agency. 

Aerobond has announced that the company's manufacturing headquarters in Woodville, South Australia, is undergoing a fit-out process.

AML3D has signed a $240k contract with DSTG to provide components for testing in marine applications.

BAE Systems names sixth Astute class submarine

The Royal Navy’s latest Astute Class submarine has been officially named at BAE Systems’ Submarines site in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.

Macquarie Government joins Defence ICT services panel

Macquarie Government announced that is has been added to the Information Communications Technology Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) panel.

AUKUS partners continue defence trade integration

The United States Department of Commerce has announced that Australia and the United Kingdom are being provided with a national exemption from the Export Administration Regulations.

RAAF Squadron reactivated alongside RAF counterpart

Two units who work closely together, one British and one from the Royal Australian Air Force, have both been allocated the same squadron numberplate in a joint parade and naming ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

Babcock and Franmarine win $10m RAN contract

Underwater sustainment and biofouling management services for the Royal Australian Navy will be delivered by Babcock Australasia and Franmarine as part a new $10 million contract.

First RAN officers assigned to US Virginia class submarines

Three Royal Australian Navy officers will be assigned to US Virginia class submarines based at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii after graduating from their submarine training in Groton, Connecticut.

ITEC 24 - Vrgineers to participate in F-35 industrial cooperation project

Vrgineers has been selected by Lockheed Martin to participate in a pilot training industrial cooperation project as part of the initiative to supply the Czech Republic with 24 F-35 Lightning II strike fighters | Mark Ayton

IIP – an initial analysis

The public version of the revised Integrated Investment Plan (IIP), unveiled yesterday in Canberra, has raised more questions than answers about the future of the Australian Defence Force | Ben Felton

Defence and Anduril unveil first Ghost Shark prototype

Anduril Australia, the Royal Australian Navy, ASCA and DSTG have announced that the Ghost Shark program is ahead of schedule and on budget, with an unveiling of the first Ghost Shark manufactured prototype.

Periscope Capital Partners to deploy $1bn into defence sector over next decade

Periscope Capital Partners - a new sovereign, specialised Defence and National Security Fund that will invest $1bn of Australian private capital into Defence Industry over the next decade - has launched | Ewen Levick

ITEC 24 - BAE Systems unveils Project CanDLE at ITEC 2024

BAE System unveiled its new digital learning environment at ITEC 2024, developed under Project CanDLE, intended to transform the learning ecosystem to help individuals learn | Mark Ayton

Nominations open for WIDA 2024

Australian Defence Magazine is delighted to announce that nominations are now open for the Women in Defence Awards 2024!