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Defence has provided an update on Project Sea 129 Phase 5, which intends to acquire a new ISR and targeting capability for RAN ships through a maritime unmanned aerial system.

A new five-year, $65 million contract with Australian-owned Daronmont Technologies will support the Mobile Control and Reporting Centre based at RAAF Base Darwin.

Hawker Pacific has delivered its fourth and final special mission Beechcraft King Air 350 to the NZ Defence Force (NZDF).

The government is taking the first step towards investing in Australia’s first fully owned and controlled military satellite communication constellation.

The government will invest $87 million towards improving facilities at the joint US-Australian Space Surveillance Telescope, Naval Communications Station Harold E. Holt in Exmouth, on the tip of the North West Cape.

The first intake of apprentices from SA has started work on the Hunter Class Frigate Program with ASC Shipbuilding, a BAE Systems Australia company.

Airbus Helicopters grouped over 20 Australian partners to form Team Nightjar, as the consortium launches its solution to Land 2097 Phase 4, which is seeking a fleet of helicopters to support Special Operations.

Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded $8 million to build the MQ-4C Triton Network Integration Test Environment, which will be located at RAAF Base Edinburgh in SA.

REDARC and Abaco Systems will collaborate on multiple emerging Australian opportunities, including Land 400, Air 6500, Plan Jericho, Loyal Wingman and others.

The government has agreement signed to develop the new Defence and Maritime Innovation and Design Precinct in Launceston.

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Defence has committed to purchasing an additional 8,500 Australian made Enhanced F88 (EF88) weapon systems.

Rohde & Schwarz (Australia) has signed a contract with Austal to deliver integrated communications systems for six Cape class patrol boats under construction in WA.

The A$75 million contract will involve more than 50 Australian businesses to deliver five variants of the vehicle.

XTEK has received a purchase order from the ADF for the supply of additional AeroVironment WASP AE Small Unmanned Aerial Systems.

Rohde & Schwarz (Australia) has signed a contract with BAE Systems to provide software defined radios, back up communications systems and monitoring for RAAF air traffic control.