AME Systems, headquartered in Ararat, has achieved the stringent certification to produce wire harnesses for the MQ-4C Triton. Read more
Insitu Pacific and Boeing Australia’s Detect and Avoid (DAA) capability is now ready to field in real-world operations after test flights.
The Japan Coast Guard will expand its fleet with two new H225 helicopters, taking its total Super Puma fleet up to 17.
Cirrus’ Managing Director Peter Freed has announced that the company has secured an additional Defence contract, following the Commonwealth’s exercise of an option.
National Aboriginal Construction Partners (NACP) Projects has been awarded the head contract to build a $23.9 million assembly and maintenance facility in NSW for the Nulka Missile Assembly.
Nova Group has launched its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) which aims to support the development of respectful relationships and meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Defence released a Request for Solutions (RFS) on March 25, advising the possible sale of up to 27 ex-Army Sikorsky S-70A-9 Black Hawk helicopters and associated spares and equipment, as the type is retired from service in coming months.
The government has signed a $111 million sustainment contract with Raytheon Australia to support the jointly developed Raytheon-Kongsberg National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System (NASAMS).
The project aims to demonstrate coordinated autonomous sensing of naval assets in dynamic maritime environments.
Today the Royal Australian Air Force celebrates its 100-year anniversary. From humble beginnings to the fifth-generation force of today, the RAAF has gone through revolutions and evolutions in its people and technology.
Queensland rocket manufacturer Gilmour Space Technologies, and South Australian nanosatellite manufacturer for the Internet of Things (IoT), Fleet Space Technologies, are joining forces to launch small satellites to orbit.
By the time this edition of ADM hits your desk, 2020 will officially be over (thank goodness). Yet its effects will linger well into 2021 and beyond.
With the coronacoaster that was 2020 with all its associated ups and downs, Defence and Defence Industry have performed remarkably well all things considered. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with Minister Price to get her perspective on the year that was and the year ahead in 2021.
In this ADM Analysis, Israel-based Itzik Rabinovitz examines Defence’s preference for procuring high-tech military systems from Five Eyes countries and argues for an alternative approach.