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BAE SYSTEMS CONTRIBUTES TO JOINT STRIKE MISSILE PROGRAM

Avalon Airshow, Australia: Today’s announcement of an agreement between Australia and Norway for the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) has been welcomed by BAE Systems as a positive step for international collaboration.

Researchers from the Monash University, CSIRO and Deakin University in Australia have created two 3D-printed aircraft engines.

One of the 3D-printed engines is being showcased at the ongoing International Air Show in Avalon, while the other is at Microturbo (Safran) in Toulouse, France.

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The Australian government is about to spend $300 million on self-piloted killer drones

AUSTRALIA is set to purchase up to $300 million worth of armed “Reaper” drones from the United States.

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“Rosebank Engineering Australia” to be rebranded to “RUAG Australia Pty Ltd”

As of 24 February 2015 “Rosebank Engineering Australia” will be conducting business as “RUAG Australia Pty Ltd”.

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New Joint Strike Fighter maintenance facilities open at Williamtown

New Joint Strike Fighter maintenance facilities open at Williamtown The Hunter is poised to capitalise on Joint Strike Fighter maintenance opportunities after new facilities were officially opened at Williamtown this week.

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TAE signs AGT 1500 Refresh Contract with Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)

TAE, Australia’s leading gas turbine engine maintenance and engineering company, announced today that it signed a contract with the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)

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TAE Looks Forward to Supporting the Joint Strike Fighter’s F135 Engine in Australia

TAE, Australia’s leading gas-turbine engine maintenance and engineering company, is pleased to announce its selection as the regional maintenance, repair, overhaul a

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Pressure builds to save Victorian shipbuilding jobs

Victoria has ramped up pressure on the Abbott government to save more than 1000 jobs connected to a Williamstown shipbuilding yard after the Prime Minister lifted a ban on Australian companies bidding for future submarine contracts.

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