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Land Forces 2022 will be staged at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Convention Centre, Queensland from 04-06 October, 2022.
Hanwha and Rheinmetall have submitted their final offerings for the Australian Army's next Infantry Fighting Vehicle under Land 400 Phase 3, a program worth $18-27 billion.
On Monday ADM reported Rheinmetall's surprise unveiling of its Lynx Combat Support Vehicle (CSV), based on a version of the Lynx KF41. But that was not the full story.
Rheinmetall has today unveiled the Lynx Combat Support Vehicle (CSV).
Australian companies Minelab and EPE have announced an Exclusive Teaming Agreement in support of the Defence Projects Land 154 Phase 4, Land 3025 Phase 2 and CA26 fleet sustainment upgrade programs.
Penske Australia will assemble MTU engines and Allison transmissions and integrate them locally into complete powerpacks for the Hanwha Redback Infantry Fighting Vehicle, should it be selected for service.
Thales Australia has been contracted by Rheinmetall Defence Australia to manufacture critical weapons components for the Boxers.
A family-owned engineering company based in Port Macquarie has been awarded an $8.47 million contract to deliver the ADF's next generation rough terrain vehicle fleet.
In July, Adelaide-based small to medium enterprise Silentium Defence announced it had won a $7.4 million contract to deliver its ground-breaking Maverick M-series passive radar system to the Australian Army.
EOS Defence Systems (EOS) continued its live fire testing this week, putting its T2000 turret through its paces at a private range in central NSW.
The company says this latest field trial is the 'longest and toughest yet', taking place in remote NT alongside exercise Koolendong.
XTEK has received an order from the Department of Defence for $1.9 million for spare parts.
Kongsberg Defence Australia has passed Factory Acceptance Tests of the first two Fire Distribution Centres for the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile Systems.
Under the agreement, Australia will contribute $70 million to the $907 million US Army PrSM program, to continue development of a surface-to-surface precision strike weapon with a range of between 70 and ‘over 400’ km.
Rheinmetall Defence Australia has announced that it is also on the shortlist for the Land 125 Phase 4 program.