In this week's ADM Defence Week Premium, I talk to the key people behind Army's recently announced acquisition of a small UAS capability that will prove to be transformational.
NSW is keen to get its slice of the defence budget as it conducts an inquiry on ways to grow its local industry and F-35s will eventually be upgraded with improved engines after recent successful tests.
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