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Exercise Austral Shield, a combined ADF and Victoria Police exercise, concluded in the La Trobe Valley this weekend.
BMT has announced the Caimen 90 Landing Craft as its bid vessel to replace the Army’s Mark 8 Landing Craft.
A new report from QinetiQ argues that we need to look beyond batteries in preparing for the future battlefield.
Frank McCall, Boeing’s director of strategic deterrence systems, has warned that his company is willing to lobby to secure a share in the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent program.
Leidos Australia has announced Australian companies MediRecords, Coviu, and Nous as core partners for its Joint Project 2060 (JP2060) Phase 4 team.
As robots become valuable members of the team, there’s a tendency to treat them like colleagues.
A University of Tasmania team has won a Eureka Prize for developing a device that can identify inorganic explosives in under a minute.
The next phase of JP2060 under Phase 4 will see a Health Knowledge Management solution put in place for the ADF, with a few market players eyeing the program.
The closing ceremony for Exercise Talisman Sabre 2019 has been held in the Port of Brisbane.
Defence has awarded a $95.5 million contract to IBM to deliver the initial design of the Defence Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program.
The ADF's Military Integrated Logistics Information System uses 30-year-old software that will no longer be supported by the manufacturer, with no replacement due until 2022.
Intellectual preparations for the war of the future continue unabated at ASPI.
DST is now working towards achieving designated laboratory status for the analysis of environmental samples in support of international efforts to ban chemical weapons.
Defence and Raytheon Australia have signed a $680 million acquisition contract on the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System under Land 19 Phase 7B.
It’s February 1962, inside the Pentagon. A team of 45 under the command of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff are preparing to run a game designed to simulate the outcome of growing tensions in Southeast Asia, including a possible American intervention in Vietnam.