AIR WARFARE DESTROYER CAPABILITY UPDATE - CYBER SECURITY & CYBER WARFARE - RNZAF Pilot Training
Make no mistake – naval shipbuilding in Australia is facing a crisis from which it might never recovery. The so-called Valley of Death is real and it will be reached at a specific time – August 2015
The Australian government is to purchase a fleet of giant high-tech unmanned flying drones as part of a new defence plan
In the midst of bad news on the manufacturing front, Australia’s defence industry has pulled off a coup with the sale of 10 locally made Bushmaster armoured vehicles to Japan.
Troubling flaws in the Joint Strike Fighter are still being ironed out, the Pentagon's project leader has admitted
Navy’s first Landing Helicopter Dock, NUSHIP Canberra, will enter Sydney Heads today and will be visible on the harbour.
Defence Minister David Johnston has selected a ripper team to prepare his new white paper.
Decisions made in the next few months on buying additional Joint Strike Fighter aircraft could give the RAAF a huge advantage over any adversary.
Austal Limited (Austal) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a contract from a naval customer in the Middle East
The $8.5 billion project to build three advanced warships is facing a cost blowout of at least $300 million
China's sharp military rise underscores the need for Australia to bolster its own defence spending and in particular improve its spying capabilities
The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) and Lockheed Martin Australia have signed a new strategic alliance
The new fleet is expected to become fully operational in 2021