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The RAN’s anti-mine capability will be boosted next year with the delivery of four General Dynamics Bluefin-9 unmanned underwater vehicles and three larger Bluefin-12s.
Two independent studies into the Collins class submarine Full Cycle Docking maintenance program have found ‘significant’ benefits in moving the work to WA.
A range of speakers convened at the WA Indo-Pacific Defence conference this week to cover the role the state has to play in meeting Australia’s future strategic challenges.
UNSW will showcase its defence research capabilities to Australian and international force planners and defence companies at its latest defence research showcase.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has approved the first stage of Project Greyfin.
Minister for Veterans and Defence Personnel Darren Chester has launched the fourth Defence Reconciliation Action Plan.
The Birdon Group, headquartered in Port Macquarie, has announced that its US subsidiary has been awarded two new contracts worth up to US$390m (AU$575m).
Penten ranked first for two awards from over 800 organisations across Australia and NZ.
$12.4 million of grants have been awarded to small businesses contributing to Australia’s defence capability.
Team Downer MSP have launched a new website and LinkedIn company page.
It is extremely rare for any government, let alone the People’s Republic of China (PRC), to respond to criticism from private individuals. But here we are.
The J3 RHIBs are reducing Navy's ability to board large vessels and causing significant medical issues amongst its most experienced operators.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has appointed Mike Burgess, currently Director-General of the Australian Signals Directorate, to lead ASIO.
The government has rejected the idea of hosting US missiles and is negotiating access the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve. It remains unclear how fuel stored in a Texas cave will reduce Australia’s maritime supply vulnerability.