Welcome to another DWP on Bastille Day, as an ADF contingent prepares to lead the Paris military parade in the position of honour.
This week ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing has more to say on the Defence ERP program and Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway reports on Embraer's new offering from the Farnborough International Airshow.
Other news from the show includes the UK sealing a P-8A deal with Boeing and Pilatus awarding an avionics contract for the RAAF PC-21s. Turkish weapons manufacturer Roketsan has also won agreement from Lockheed Martin to further their joint development of a stand-off missile for the JSF.
As Defence gets back to business in the aftermath of a lengthy election period, ADM looks forward to bringing you more of the latest news,
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Navantia signed a new contract with the Capability and Sustainment Group for Platform Design Services this week. more»
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The UK’s Ministry of Defence has confirmed the deal to purchase nine Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) for the Royal Air Force. more»
Canadian firm Esterline CMC Electronics has been awarded a contract by Pilatus to supply its advanced cockpit avionics for the RAAF fleet of 49 PC-21s. more»
Lockheed Martin and Roketsan of Turkey have signed a follow-on contract to finalise development of the Stand Off Missile-Joint Strike Fighter (SOM-J) cruise missile. more»