As Queensland's beaches are stormed by 10,000 troops today (no really – the battle phase of Exercise Talisman Sabre has started) ADM's Defence Week Premium delves into the reasons behind Heron's lease lapse and also the quest for an armed UAS under Project Air 7003 – is it really curtains for the Heron TP?
The NSW Department of Industry is conducting a review of initiatives involving industry capability services. The survey takes 5-10 minutes and the results will assist NSW SMEs to successfully access opportunities in major projects. Responses are required by COB TODAY.
Finally, former Heathrow Director and Broadspectrum CEO Fidel Lopez Soria will present at ADM's annual Defence Estate and Base Services Summit in Canberra on 19 September – don't miss out on this popular event,
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