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The Norwegian Ministry of Defence has announced that both DCNS of France and TKMS of Germany will take part in helping the nation replace their six Ula-class submarines. more»
Sustainment of the 13 Armidale class patrol boats for the next five years plus rolling extensions is up for grabs. more»
The newly-opened Navy Training Systems Centre (NTSC) at Randwick Barracks in Sydney is a purpose built, multi-training facility that delivers a new level of synthetic training to the Navy’s marine and electronic technical sailors. more»
Royal Australian Air Force C-17 Antarctic flights went beyond the test phase and became the Real Thing in March, when a Globemaster III retrieved personnel and equipment stranded by damage to a supply ship. more»
Through its relationship with Australian-based SME Aquaterro, Theon Sensors sees great potential for business in the wider Asia-Pacific market. more»
Northrop Grumman M5 Network Security, an Australian subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corporation has announced an agreement with HTC Corporation. more»
With the opening of the Navy’s new Training System Centre in Randwick last week, Navy is moving ahead with training efforts for both the Canberra class LHDs and Hobart class AWDs. more»
An Australian delegation was among many visitors to inspect the Italian FREMM Frigate more»