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January 19, 2017

Welcome back to what promises to be another big year for defence industry. Many in Defence will no doubt be watching Trump's inauguration speech tomorrow with interest, but the question of whether he will he actually do as he says will likely remain.

Our results for ADM's Top 40 Defence Contractors/Top 20 Defence SMEs have shown that 2016 was a record breaking year for the sector, with the Top 40 revenues clearing the $10 billion mark for the first time. Subscribers can receive a downloadable pdf of the listing by emailing Publisher Judy Hinz. The survey issue also features an exclusive interview with Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne.

In other news, BAE Systems prepares for F-35 airframe maintenance, there is still time to complete the defence industry capability assessment survey, and a KC-30A through life support contract has been signed. 

ADM 2017 Congress in Canberra on 7th February is looming large and it's not too late to register. Minister Pyne will be attending and speaking at a welcome reception to be held on the evening preceding the main event. For more information and to register go to our website,  

Patrick Durrant

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Top 40 tops $10 billion

The result of this year's Top 40 survey reveal a strong upward trend in Defence business.  more»

BAE Systems preps for Williamtown F-35 maintenance

When the first two Joint Strike fighters arrive, two fully-equipped F-35A airframe support bays will be awaiting them.  more»

Time running out for capability assessment survey

The Defence Industrial Capability Assessment Survey is a critical tool that will be used to facilitate the delivery of Australia‚Äôs first ten-year Defence Industry Capability Plan.  more»

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ANZACs commence AMCAP upgrades

Preparatory work on HMAS Perth began at the BAE Systems Australia shipyard in Henderson, WA in December 2016.  more»

SM-6 cleared for international sale

Australia is likely to be one of the first customers.  more»

JPO heralds F-35 2016 achievements

The Joint Program Office has claimed there were no surprises and that significant progress was made maturing and proving the capability of the aircraft in 2016.  more»

KC-30A through life support contract signed

The agreement will provide the Australian MRTT program with improved access to an experienced, world-class aftermarket organisation.  more»

JSM completes long range flight test

The Joint Strike Missile (JSM) earmarked for Australian F-35s has successfully completed a flight test in the US.  more»

Strong lineup for ADM2017, Pyne to speak at welcome reception

For the first time, the ADM Congress will feature an evening welcome reception the day before the main event.  more»

ADM's Defence Week Premium 428 PDF Version

The full version of the Defence Week Premium can be downloaded here as a PDF. You can also access a separate PDF of the weekly tenders and a digital copy of the newsletter.  more»

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