BAE Systems’ Hunter Class Frigate Program has successfully completed its Preliminary Design Review.

Australia is one of just two countries with the capabilities to neutralise large numbers of satellites passing over its territory, said Dr Ben Greene at the ADM Space Summit in Canberra | Max Blenkin

The NIOA Group has taken up a tenancy at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, stating that the company’s expansion demonstrates its commitment to play a key role in armaments supply to the US Army and its allies.

Exercise Global Dexterity 23-2 will be held at RAAF Base Amberley from 27 November to 8 December, bringing together C-17A Globemaster aircraft from the United States, United Kingdom and Australia for a series of air mobility training missions.

KBR has announced that it is extending its support to Australian defence through a two-year contract extension, to help modernise, integrate and optimise Australia’s military capability.

European missile systems company MBDA and Korean Aerospace Industries have signed an agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two companies.

Exail has launched a research internship partnership with South Australia’s Flinders University, focused on deepening understanding of maritime autonomy and robotics.

DEWC Services has been awarded the Defence Teaming Centre’s 2023 Skilling Award at the Defence Industry Dinner and Awards Ceremony in Adelaide.

Babcock has appointed Rob Dunn as its new Program Director – Regional Maintenance Provider West, to lead the company’s sustainment of Royal Australian Navy ships at Henderson, Western Australia.

Austal has signed a Heads of Agreement with the Commonwealth to establish a Strategic Shipbuilding Agreement that would see the company selected as the strategic shipbuilder at Henderson, Western Australia.

The iLAuNCH Trailblazer program invests in aerospace composite repair research at the University of Southern Queensland.

Space Machines Company is using software from the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio to design and build the Optimus Orbital Servicing Vehicle.

The Arafura class offshore patrol vessel NUSHIP Eyre has been launched at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in South Australia.

NEXTDC has officially started development on its $80 million D1 Darwin data centre facility, with a targeted completion and launch in June 2024.

QuantX Labs has announced that it has secured $750,000 funding for development of a secured position, navigation, and timing (PNT) capability for defence applications.

Japan has taken a step towards acquiring a standoff land attack capability for the first time with the US State Department approving a potential Foreign Military Sales package for Tomahawk cruise missiles | Mike Yeo