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Representatives from four Australian companies have attended an industry familiarisation visit to Glasgow.

SYPAQ’s new Innovation Collaboration Office in Adelaide was formally opened last week.

XTEK has opened a new ballistic manufacturing centre in SA.

The first elements of the Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence (MILVEHCOE) will be handed over to Rheinmetall Defence Australia in Queensland today.

The first shots in holding prime companies to account in terms of the $200 billion recapitalisation program from the Liberal government have been fired.

A small technology company from Canberra has signed a new $1.4 million deal with the US Marine Corps.

A new SA-based Defence company, REDARC Defence Systems, has been established by the owner and Managing Director of REDARC Electronics, Anthony Kittel.

Australia should look to mirror the Canadian example to help Australian defence industry navigate the complexities of exporting to the US.

Boeing has appointed Dr Brendan Nelson as the next president of Boeing Australia, NZ and the South Pacific.

A new $5 million Defence Industry Hub will be collocated alongside Ipswich innovators and entrepreneurs at a burgeoning innovation hub in the city’s CBD.

It's called the National Facility for Physical Blast Simulation (NFPBS), where you can blow things up as much as you like.

Levett Engineering has reached an agreement to sell to the same private equity firm that bought Marand earlier this year.

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) this week commissioned a $7.5 million purpose-built assembly and test facility at Wacol, southwest of Brisbane.

Hunter Defence has launched a series of seminars designed to help SMEs break into or expand their footprint in defence industry.

The government has awarded $130,000 in grants to two small businesses looking to build their export capability.