Boeing and Australia-based Hypersonix Launch Systems have signed an agreement to investigate the design of a sustainable hypersonic vehicle powered by the Hypersonix SPARTAN scramjet engines.

Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash is supporting the Department of Defence in its research efforts to enhance the performance and resilience of ADF personnel to operate in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) environments.

The government has given research funding to five Australian-led groups to develop technology that will accelerate the integration of advanced materials into military platforms.

The drumbeat of US Marine Corps rotations to the Territory continues with the upcoming arrival of the tenth Marine Rotational Force – Darwin (MRF-D).

An Australian-developed intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) system has been selected by Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, to undergo a testing and development program.

Northrop Grumman's Integrated Air and Missile Defence Battle Command System, which will inform the ADF's plans for Air 6500, has moved to low rate initial production.

Boeing has signed a new two-year agreement with Asia Pacific Aerospace (APA) for the provision of General Electric (GE) T700 series engine spare parts used in support of the ADF helicopter fleets.

Saab Australia has selected SME Global Defence Solutions (GDS) as the preferred soft shelter supplier for JP2060 Phase 3.

Veterans have a greater chance of successfully transitioning into civilian life thanks to world-first research by the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation.

Northrop Grumman Corporation has completed Phase 1A - initial development - of the MQ-4C Triton Network Integration Test Environment (NITE).

EM Solutions has recently received a second order to supply its Ka-band transceivers for the L3Harris Technologies Panther II Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT).

Fifteen of the country’s 25 largest defence projects have suffered delays due to COVID-19 but none have reported any impact relating to capability.

Dummy mines fitted with sensors that react to detection attempts ensured a clearance exercise in Jervis Bay, NSW, was close to reality.

A small company based in Melbourne has developed the world’s first low-cost, supersonic training missile.

Australian SME Owen International and UK manufacturer Chess Dynamics have announced the signing of a partnership agreement.

Australia has been invited to join Exercise Malabar alongside the US, Japan and India, marking the first time since 2007 that all four members of the Quadrilateral Initiative have conducted joint military training.