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It is extremely rare for any government, let alone the People’s Republic of China (PRC), to respond to criticism from private individuals. But here we are.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has appointed Mike Burgess, currently Director-General of the Australian Signals Directorate, to lead ASIO.
Why did Turkey press ahead with Russian air defences over an American system and a highly advanced fighter jet?
In the aftermath of NAIDOC Week 2019, Indigenous Australians continue to be recognised for their valuable and longstanding contribution to the ADF.
Defence industry is putting in effort to attract skilled women. So why are they leaving in record numbers?
Once robots were for the dull, dirty and dangerous jobs but advances in adjacent technologies mean that their application in the Defence sector can go well beyond these basic roles.
Commanders want to ensure that their forces are equipped with technologically and operationally relevant equipment so that tasks can be conducted efficiently and with an acceptable level of risk.
Former Canadian Chief of Navy and High Commissioner to Australia Vice Admiral Paul Maddison (Ret’d) has been appointed inaugural director of the UNSW Defence Research Institute.
Defence has selected seven innovative research proposals from Australian universities and industry to develop and integrate advanced materials that will provide enhanced protection for military platforms.
Societies problem-solve through the addition of ever more complex systems, particularly in Defence. Model-based systems engineering offers a means of navigating those systems.
BAE Systems is seeking Qualified Flying Instructors for its training contract with the Royal Saudi Air Force.
Defence is deploying a P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft to Japan to monitor and deter ship‑to-ship transfers of sanctioned goods.
Careful reading of Senate Estimates’ Hansard reveals tense exchanges over AIC on the Future Submarine and the sale of the Huon-class minehunters.
In the conflict of the future, Australia could find itself fighting an adversary we don’t even realise we are at war with until we’ve mostly lost.