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SA Premier Jay Weatherill has used the launch of the first Air Warfare Destroyer to push South Australia's credentials to build the next generation of submarines.
Williamstown, Victoria: A further two Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) blocks manufactured at BAE Systems’ Williamstown shipyard have been sent to Osborne, South Australia.
Major defence manufacturers from France, Japan and South Korea are visiting South Australia to inspect its naval shipbuilding sector.
Raytheon’s support for hands-on, interactive education through the key partnership with Questacon
The July-August edition of Asia Pacific Defence Reporter will have the theme 'Australian industry involvement in the F-35 program'.
Boeing has delivered the first two CH-47F Chinook tandem-rotor helicopters to the Australian army as the country’s military branch works to upgrade its fleet of cargo helicopters.
Australia and the United States are preparing for Exercise TALISMAN SABRE 2015, the largest combined military exercise undertaken by the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
The Chief of the Australian Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, officially handed over the command of the Army on Friday May 15, at a parade in Canberra
L-3 Global Communications Solutions Inc. in Victor has been awarded an $81.8 million contract from Raytheon Australia to supply the Australian Defence Force with satellite communications equipment, additional support equipment and training.
SHIPBUILDER BAE Systems has laid off another 80 workers at its Melbourne yard, with fears it will completely run out of work early next year.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) will receive increased mobile satellite communications with Raytheon Australia being awarded the contract for Project JP2008 Phase 5B1.