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Hensoldt Australia restores HMAS Canberra’s IFF system

Hensoldt Australia has completed repair and deep level maintenance of the first set of identification friend or foe (IFF) antenna and pedestals from the...
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RAN Melds Unmanned Systems Into New Model Navy

The Royal Australian Navy’s new strategy for developing unmanned surface and sub-surface systems delivers both capability and capacity to support the navy’s new fleet. Navies...

Australia shortlists five contenders for naval UAS programme

The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has selected five companies for the Block One phase of Project SEA129 Phase 5, which seeks to boost...
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BAE Systems Australia contracted for further Nulka missile decoys

The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) announced on 16 March that it has contracted BAE Systems Australia for in-service support and round production of...
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Defend and Deter

Published in the November/December 2020 Issue - The air defence threat-and-response equation exists increasingly in integrated layers. Armada looks at two examples of how...
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Australia selects Thales UK to supply outboard flank sonar for future...

Thales UK has been selected to supply its advanced sonar technology for Australia’s Attack-class diesel-electric submarine development programme, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds announced in...
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Schiebel Pacific ramps up for Land129 and Sea129

Schiebel Pacific is scaling its business in preparation for Land129 and Sea129. The company is hiring remote pilots and maintenance technicians and upgrading its...
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ARH – Stick or Twist

Published in July/Augst 2020 Issue - The Australian Defence Force is closing in on a decision on whether it will keep faith with its...
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Shipbuilding Underway Down Under

Published in the July/August 2020 Issue - Australia has ambitious plans for the construction of new anti-submarine warfare frigates and diesel-electric submarines that will...
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Saab Australia boosts Navy’s anti-submarine warfare capability

Saab Australia has signed contracts worth up to $20 million to provide the Royal Australian Navy with the latest generation anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training...

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