Welcome to the April/May edition of ADM: Sea Power 2021.
In this issue, Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing examines the decision to choose Fortinet to supply Navy comms capability under Sea 2273: the company has previously run into trouble after supplying the US military with Chinese technology that was mislabelled as American.
Katherine also casts a critical eye to Australian industry content in the Hunter class frigate build, which may not be as extensive as it previously appeared.
Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr and Deputy Editor Nigel Pittaway cover ADM's Congress 2021; Julian also looks into the government's $1 billion investment into maritime guided weapons; Nigel writes on Airbus' Defence satcom bid; and Online Editor Ewen Levick delves into the current state of the cyber domain.
Our From the Source interviewee this month is Chief of Navy VADM Michael Noonan.
Read the digital edition here.