The mainstream media this week has had a fascination with all things submarine related. Here at ADM, we figure that we'll be writing about the wonderful world of submarines until the grandkids are ready to crew them. Why rush? There's plenty of other news in the Defence community but they do get a mention nonetheless.
Land 125 Phase 3B has been awarded to Australian Defence Apparel, SME opportunities on new special forces vehicles and the ADF is set to receive new aviation fire trucks under Land 998.
In other news, ADM will be hosting the Defence Support Services Summit next week in Canberra. Click on the link to get the full details of the event.
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More than 20,000 ADF personnel are set to be issued with new and improved personal protective equipment, with the announcement of a $170 million upgrade to the soldier's kit. more»
The first of 89 top-line six-wheel military vehicles to be made by western Sydney's Baker & Provan were unveiled last week for inspection by Defence Minister David Johnston. more»
There will be a "jobs bonanza," but no guarantee that Australia's 12 new submarines will be built in Adelaide, Assistant Minister for Infrastructure Jamie Briggs said. more»
The Department of Defence has secured an approval from the Federal government to acquire 28 replacement aviation fire trucks for the ADF's Titan aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicle fleet. more»
The AUSA, in partnership with CASA will be running a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems conference titled "Enabling Safe and Compliant UAV/RPAS Operations in Local Government". more»
The Royal Australian Navy operated Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour is undergoing significant maintenance work in preparation for a 12-month circumnavigation of the world - the vessel's first such deployment in more than 20 years. more»
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Japan's defence ministry has made its biggest ever budget request as Tokyo bolsters its military amid worries over China's expanding naval reach. more»
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pledging to boost Canada's defence budget but he is heading into a key NATO meeting short of achieving a key spending benchmark demanded by Canada's allies. more»
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), drones, remotely piloted vehicles; intriguing yet controversial. more»
Littoral Combat Ship, Independence headed to Pearl Harbor to take part in the world's largest naval exercise, Rim of the Pacific. more»
QinetiQ has been awarded a contract by the UK's Dstl to carry out additional research into generating quality situational awareness to enable the coordination of the defence of a vessel against the surface threat posed by small boats. more»
The first Airbus A400M new generation airlifter ordered by the Royal Air Force has made its maiden flight, marking a key milestone towards its delivery. more»