This week we have a look at the Pacific Patrol boat replacement program which seems to have flown under a few radars recently. We also have a look at the world of defence cooperation with academia that sees an innovative use of 3D body scanning and air to air refuelling for UAVs.
This week marks the 100th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. Many will be gathering at Gallipoli to mark the event on Saturday but Philip Smart speaks of his time visiting France and the dawn service happening on the other side of the world far from beaches. A very moving piece. Lest we forget.
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