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Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has announced new industry partners - Leidos Australia, Viasat and Indigenous Defence and Infrastructure Consortium (iDiC) - will join Saber and ClearBox in the Boeing JP 9102 industry team.

The Australian Missile Corporation (AMC) has announced the signing of Milspec Manufacturing and Thomas Global Systems as partners.

Exercise Sea Explorer has concluded with approximately 1,800 ADF personnel taking part.

Bell has announced that a new facility in Eagle Farm, Queensland will be the primary rotary blade repair centre for all Bell helicopters in Australia and the Pacific.

For the first time in aviation history, the US Navy and Boeing have demonstrated air-to-air refueling using an unmanned aircraft – the Boeing-owned MQ-25 T1 test asset – to refuel another aircraft.

Raytheon Australia has partnered with Australian AI and robotics company Agent Oriented Software (AOS) to enhance battlespace capability.

Navantia Australia and Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the Army’s next generation amphibious vehicle.

Saab Australia has marked the sod turning of its Queensland expansion and the establishment of a facility that will become the base of operations for support of the ADF's deployable health capability (DHC) program under JP 2060.

Kongsberg has placed an order with BAE Systems Australia to acquire an additional 180 Passive Radio Frequency Sensors for its Joint Strike Missile.

Adelaide company Micro-X was one of the recently announced Land Forces 2021 National Innovation Award winners.

archTIS has announced that the company has entered a contract with the Defence for the expanded deployment of NC Protect.

The NT government has announced that it will invest $8.75 million over five years with the Federal Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC).

The government has invested $7.35 million in a veteran-owned NSW company’s project to support the development of its next-generation, high-performance watercraft.

Lockheed Martin and Thales Australia have finalised a teaming agreement that will advance the delivery of an Australian guided weapons manufacturing capability in support of a sovereign national guided weapons enterprise.

Victoria’s Defence Science Institute (DSI) is calling for proposals in support of a $1 million initiative to advance the development of prototypes for enhanced resilience against chemical and biological threats.

BAE Systems Australia has announced that it will 'support the rapid development of a sovereign high speed weapons capability' through Project Javelin.