FRANCE WINS SEA 1000 CEP - SEA 5000 FUTURE FRIGATE SHORTLIST - FUTURE SUBMARINE INDUSTRY BASE - RUSSIA EXPANDS DIESEL-ELECTRIC SUBMARINE FLEET - FUTURE SUBMARINE COMBAT SYSTEM DECISION DELAYED - OFFSHORE PATROL VESSEL FINALISTS
SpeedCast and Airbus Defence and Space join hands to manage the Anchor Centre for Skynet in Adelaide
BAE Systems Australia has congratulated the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) on achieving 100,000 flying hours for its Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter fleet.
Chief Defence Scientist Dr Alex Zelinsky today congratulated an Australian-United States team on the success of an experimental hypersonic flight at the Woomera Test Range.
The Royal Australian Navy guided missile frigate HMAS Anzac will visit Manila from 16 to 21 May 2016 as part of its current deployment around South-East Asia.
The counter-IED system developed by Thales is soon to enter into service within the French armed forces.
The Commonwealth of Australia and Navantia have signed a contract to supply two AORs (auxiliary oiler replenishment).
April 2016 has been one of the most significant months in history for the future structure of the Royal Australian Navy.
After years of effort, as of April 27 we finally have a design partner for the Future Submarine project
Edinburgh Parks, South Australia: BAE Systems Australia welcomed the signing of a new sustainment agreement between the Australian Government and the Defence Industry
The Australian Government has selected DCNS as its preferred international partner for the design of 12 Future submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.
Thales and Orica, the world’s largest provider of commercial explosives, have signed a 10-year contract for Thales in Australia to produce five million explosive boosters each year
“Northrop Grumman welcomes the delivery of Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy and recognises its commitment to strengthening Australia’s cyber defence
Henderson, Western Australia: BAE Systems Australia has undocked the sixth ANZAC Class frigate of the eight vessel Anti-Ship Missile Defence (ASMD)
("Elbit Systems"), announced today that its Australian subsidiary, Elbit Systems of Australia Pty Ltd (ELSA), was awarded a contract in an amount of approximately US$30 million
Elbit Systems’ Australian subsidiary, Elbit Systems of Australia (ESLA), will supply Beechcraft King Air B200 flight simulator training for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) South Eastern Section.
CAE today announced that CAE Australia Pty Ltd was awarded a contract from Australia's Department of Defence Capability