The development of a new military training area in North Queensland has reached a significant milestone.
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Ten years after the intention to replace and double the size of Australia’s submarine fleet was disclosed in the 2009 Defence White Paper, construction of the first of 12 conventionally-powered Attack-class boats under Project Sea 1000 is set to begin in 2023.
Valued at $35 billion over its program life, Navy’s Future Frigate project, Sea 5000 Phase 1, is second only to Future Submarine in terms of cost to the Australian taxpayer.
The Pacific 2019 tradeshow kicked off yesterday at the International Convention Centre in Sydney's Darling Harbour.
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A portrait of Victoria Cross recipient Cameron Baird will be put on permanent display at an ADF base named in his honour.
Boeing has announced the death of Darren Edwards, the vice president and managing director of Boeing Defence Australia (BDA).
SA Senator David Fawcett has joined with SA Premier Steven Marshall to launch a new sailing program to assist current and former ADF personnel move beyond injuries sustained during their service.
Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100 has performed a five-day maritime surveillance demonstration aboard a Finnish OPV.
The attack on Saudi Aramco should be taken as a forecast of the damage Iran could inflict on the US Navy or RAN if war breaks out in the Gulf.
The US subsidiary of Elbit Systems has completed the acquisition of the Night Vision business of L3Harris Technologies for US$350 million.
Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price has this morning made two announcements on higher research into future ADF capabilities.