Defence is facing tough decisions over the future of the Triton program after US Department of Defense budget papers heralded a two-year pause in production.

A newly modified Hercules aircraft has landed at Australia’s glacial runway, Wilkins Aerodrome, marking one of its longest ever flights.

Former RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A ‘Roulettes’ are set to go under the hammer at a public auction, with bids started at $1.

RAAF Base Darwin is set to receive a new hangar, maintenance facilities and working accommodation for the P-8A Poseidon.

The news that the government has invested a further $1.1 billion in upgrades to RAAF Tindal indicates Canberra’s strategic eye is now firmly on the north.

A small business in Queanbeyan has developed a cutting-edge manufacturing system that doubles the production capacity of its printed circuit boards.

Australia’s F-35A Lightning II capability has taken a step forward with the opening of the Australian and UK F-35 Reprogramming Laboratory.

Boeing Defence Australia is set to overhaul at least two, and as many as eight F/A-18D Hornets belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

Following on from ADM’s look at Boeing CH-47F Chinook sustainment from an industry perspective in the November issue, we turn our focus this issue to the Army viewpoint.

PHASA-35, a 35m wingspan solar-electric aircraft has successfully completed its maiden flight.

The Republic of Singapore Air Force will become the launch customer for Airbus' Automatic Air Refuelling system on its A300-based Multi-role Tanker Transport fleet.

The Boeing Australia team recently completed major fuselage structural assembly for the first Loyal Wingman.

The RAAF has begun flight trials of a Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules fitted with Northrop Grumman’s AN/AAQ-28(v) Litening sensor pod on an underwing pylon.

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands will soon benefit from an upgrade and refurbishment of the airport’s runway.

RUAG Australia has completed its first component repairs on RAAF F/A-18F Super Hornets.