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The Congressional Research Service has provided updates for both programs and Lockheed Martin has withdrawn from the FFG(X) race. What is the way ahead?

Embraer and Brazilian technical company WEG signed an agreement on May 29 for the development of an electric-powered aircraft.

Before defence wonks get too excited, it is worth looking at whether this is the news that will finally bring music to NATO ears.

Airbus has signed a contract with Inmarsat to design, manufacture and build the first in their next generation of geostationary Ka-band satellites.

Defence has selected seven innovative research proposals from Australian universities and industry to develop and integrate advanced materials that will provide enhanced protection for military platforms.

An armed unmanned ground vehicle was deployed by Milrem Robotics and FN Herstal in Estonia during the country ́s biggest annual military exercise.

Lockheed Martin Australia, Regional Development Australia Hunter and the University of Newcastle have announced the winners of the inaugural Altitude Accord Scholarship.

CASG has received the first two R400S Mk2 D-HD-3X Remote Weapon Systems to be used on the Boxer vehicles.

Gilmour Space Technologies has signed a strategic agreement with the University of Southern Queensland to collaborate on advanced rocket technology research, testing and STEM initiatives.

Hawker Pacific has launched its ICN Gateway for the forthcoming Special Operations Helicopter acquisition project under Land 2097 Phase 4.

Japanese troops have successfully fired two FH-70 howitzers out to 25 kilometres for the first time.

Australia’s 13th and 14th F-35A aircraft have been accepted from Lockheed Martin and ferried to Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.

Once again the ANAO has not sugar-coated its view on how Defence is handling Land 200, a multi billion-dollar program to modernise Army into a 4th generation force.

Hanwha Defence Australia announced teaming arrangements for its Land 400 Phase 3 bid in Melbourne on May 23.

Defence has released a tender for a new SUAS ‘plus’ for use by Army battlegroups, Special Forces, and Regional Force Surveillance Units.