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The Commando Welfare Trust provides hardship support to veterans of all Australian special forces units and their families outside the scope of existing Defence and non-Defence schemes.

Australian Special Operations veterans in need of support to transition into the civilian workforce are set to benefit from a new partnership between Lockheed Martin Australia and the Commando Welfare Trust.

EOS Defence Systems personnel have completed two weeks training on the operation and maintenance of the Northrop Grumman Mk44S 30mm x 173 cannon.

Forty engineering students from Australian universities have been awarded scholarships as part of the government’s plan to grow the pool of engineering talent for naval shipbuilding.

An RSL initiative that takes a holistic approach to veteran employment rolls out across Australia this month, following success in Queensland, Victoria and SA.

Representatives from the US Department of Defense have this week visited the Australian-owned munitions production factories in Mulwala and Benalla.

A new study has found that small businesses are playing an increasing role in supporting education in local communities, particularly for underserved students.

Nova Systems has been awarded the contract to deliver its renowned System Safety training to the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group.

More than 3000 Australian military veterans are currently using the Swiss 8 app to improve their mental health. Now, Swiss 8 is making this app available to all Australians.

Five fire trucks are on the way to Papua New Guinea (PNG) on board HMAS Choules after being donated by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service (QFES).

The facility is now supported by the state’s $5 million commitment, matching Flinders University’s investment into the accelerator.

XTEK's US subsidiary HighCom Armour has secured approval for permanent export licenses for ballistic products to Mexico City.

Macquarie Telecom Group has welcomed the publication of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill.

The constantly vexed issue of clearances has once again come under the Australian National Audit Office’s microscope, with a new report released this week.

Twenty five aviation technicians, including apprentices, who lost their jobs due to the impact of COVID-19 on the commercial aviation industry, have been employed by BAE Systems Australia.

RUAG Australia releases 500 Limited Edition scale models (1:69) of the Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) F/A-18 Classic Hornet to commemorate 35 years of this legendary aircraft.