Somehow January seems to have almost gone with February just around the corner. And that means ADM Congress time. For more on the event on February 10 at the Hyatt in Canberra please click here.
We’ve got a range of coverage this week including an update on how the Tiger remediation program is going, TAE’s contribution on the JSF and a look at how New Zealand handles their Defence industry policy. And a few more articles thrown in for good measure. I hope you’re enjoying the new Defence Week Premium format. Any and all feedback is more than welcome!
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A walk around a Joint Strike Fighter will reveal at least two physical characteristics that set it apart from earlier aircraft. more»
The remediation of Army’s Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter program achieved a major milestone in late December, with the singing of an agreement aimed at restructuring the existing through life support contract. more»
In a nation with less than five million people the incentive to optimise every industry that employs citizens is apparent, and immediate. more»
Pentagon testers have found that Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) prototypes are slow to deploy from ship to shore and, therefore, leaves US Marine Corps (USMC) units “vulnerable to threats”. more»
The US State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to Australia for M88A2 Hercules Heavy Recovery Vehicles and associated equipment, parts and logistical support for an estimated cost of US$47 million. more»
Aerospace Australia Limited has announced the finalists in its prestigious Industry Innovation Awards for 2015. more»