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Minister confirms Apache to replace Army's Tiger ARH.

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The Australian Army’s armed reconnaissance capability will be strengthened following the selection of Boeing Apache Guardian to replace Army’s Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) from 2025. Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC said the AH-64E Apache Guardian is equipped with improved sensors, com...

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More support for business following CDIC review

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A wide-ranging review into the Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) has recommended a series of changes aimed at boosting support for Australian defence businesses. The review recommended strengthening of the alignment between Defence, defence industry and the CDIC by relocating it to the Department of Defence. This builds on the Gov...

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Minister Pyne urges industry to complete Defence Industrial Capability Assessment

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The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, today encouraged Australian companies with an interest in the Defence sector to complete the Defence Industrial Capability Assessment 2016 Company Survey. The Defence Industrial Capability Assessment 2016 Company Survey is a very important input to Australia’s first ten-year D...

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Minister welcomes Hawkei

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A major milestone has been reached in the military's next generation Hawkei protected vehicle project as Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, today witnessed the handover to Defence of two new Hawkeis. They are the last in an initial run of ten vehicles to roll off the Thales production line in Bendigo, the same facili...

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Minister Pyne visits Thales to announce global opportunities for local companies

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Access to export markets and global value chains has been given a boost by the extension of Global Supply Agreements with major defence companies. The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, announced the extensions during a visit to Thales’ Bendigo facility to understand the company’s manufacturing capabilities f...

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Minister for Defence opens new CEA Technologies facility

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The Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, today officially opened a new CEA Technologies facility, which will supply cutting edge radar technology to the Royal Australian Navy. Canberra’s CEA Technologies is providing radar technology to Navy’s eight ANZAC Class Frigates as part of their Anti-Ship Missile Defence (ASMD)...

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Minister announces CEPs to commence for Future Frigates and Offshore Patrol Vessels

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Minister for Defence Senator the Hon Marise Payne today confirmed that the Competitive Evaluation Processes have now commenced for the Future Frigates and Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs). “The Turnbull Government is committed to ensuring Australia has a strong and sustainable shipbuilding industry. We are getting on with the job,’&rsq...

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Minister welcomes latest C-17A Globemaster III delivery

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The seventh C-17A Globemaster III aircraft arrived in Australia at RAAF Base Amberley today, marking the fastest C-17A delivery in our fleet. Minister for Defence Kevin Andrews said the rapid acquisition of the aircraft is a testament to the close relationship that exists between Australia and the United States.  “The active involv...

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Minister Andrews' announces expert advisory panel to oversee Future Submarine competitive evaluation process

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With France, Germany and Japan having confirmed their participation as potential international partners in the Australia’s future submarine programme, the Government today announces the establishment of the Expert Advisory Panel, which will oversee the competitive evaluation process. The Expert Advisory Panel will assure the Government tha...

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Minister announces $1.5 billion project start to make RAAF Base Williamtown JSF-ready

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Construction of the New Air Combat Capability Facilities at RAAF Base Williamtown has commenced. The new facilities will support the introduction, operation and deployment of the F-35A Lightning II – Joint Strike Fighter. Australia has committed to the acquisition of 72 F-35A aircraft, which will provide aircrew with a fifth generation ...

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