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November 17, 2016

Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway has been busy covering the arrival of the first Boeing P-8A Poseidon in Australia as well as Embraer's KC-390 in Brazil.
Meanwhile Editor Katherine Ziesing provides a wrap of the MilCIS 2016 gathering last week as well as her take on the Submarine Institute's biennial conference in Canberra. During the conference, Katherine was also elected to the board of the SIA along with ASPI's Andrew Davies, and Andy Keough has retired as president with Mark Sander elected in his place. 
In other news, SMEs get to pitch for Land 400 Phase 2, NZ reveals its Defence Capability Plan and a survey indicates a dearth of young adults taking up cyber security careers.
Patrick Durrant

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First Poseidon touches down

The first of 12 Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force touched down in Canberra on November 15.  more»

Embraer pitches KC-390, E190-E2 for RNZAF requirements

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has responded to the NZ Government’s recent RFI for solutions to its FAMC requirement.  more»

SIA discusses transition to Future Submarine

Vice Admiral Tim Barrett was proud to highlight the successes of the Collins class enterprise over the last two years as “availability is a stepping stone to capability”.  more»


Land 400/2 AIC showcase hits the road

Australian companies are being given the chance to win work on the multi-billion dollar Land 400 Phase 2 armoured vehicle program during a series of workshops to be held nationwide in 11 cities.  more»

ADF satcoms update from MilCIS

At MilCIS the Head of ICT Operations in CIO Group gave a ‘state of the union’ update on satcoms and various comms programs in particular.  more»

Super Hornets complete first major upgrade

The Electronic Attack Enterprise team, consisting of Air Force, CASG, Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) and Raytheon Australia have completed the first step in an upgrade of the F/A18E/F Super Hornet.  more»

NZ releases Defence Capability Plan

Yesterday NZ Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee launched the NZ Defence Capability Plan 2016, detailing the $NZ20 billion investment in capability needed out to 2030.  more»

More cyber security recruits needed: survey

A survey has illuminated the need to more aggressively introduce the concept of cyber careers to the nation’s younger generations.  more»

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