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RAAF'S FIRST GROWLER ROLLED OUT - THE IMPORTANCE OF BUILDING SUBMARINES IN AUSTRALIA - US MARITIME STRATEGY UPDATE - MILITARY USES OF UNINHABITED SYSTEMS

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Quickstep sales increase 229% to $39.5 million

Joint Strike Fighter and C-130J programs ramp up successfully

Military Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL Terrorists in Syria and Iraq Aug 28

In Syria, coalition military forces conducted four airstrikes using bomber and remotely piloted aircraft.

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Boeing Defence chief Kim Gillis to be new defence buying boss

A FORMER senior defence official who has been running US giant Boeing’s lucrative Australian defence business will be the government’s new military purchasing supremo.

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NUSHIP Adelaide’s final sea trials

Williamstown, Victoria: In preparation for delivery later this year, NUSHIP Adelaide will start her final period of sea trials today.

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WORKFORCE REDUCTION AT WILLIAMSTOWN SHIPYARD

BAE Systems has today announced a further reduction in the workforce at its Williamstown shipyard.

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RAAF first EA-18G ‘Growler’ rolled out

During a ceremony on June 29 at Boeing’s F/A-18 assembly plant in St Louis, former Chief of the Air Force Geoff Brown said the acquisition of Super Hornet ‘Growlers’ is the biggest single advance in RAAF capability since the purchase of F-111s in the 1960s.

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