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On Thursday 24 December 2020, more than 600 Australian Defence Force personnel boarded HMAS Adelaide and headed for Fiji.

HMAS Adelaide and 600 pers head to Fiji - CONTACT magazine

On Thursday 24 December 2020, more than 600 Australian Defence Force personnel boarded HMAS Adelaide and headed for Fiji.

Cutaway image of the Australian Canberra class LHD showing on the ships’ two azipods. (Defence)

LHDs remain alongside as Defence grapples with propulsion issues - Australian Aviation

The Navy’s two amphibious assault ships HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide remain tied alongside at Fleet Base East, Sydney while Defence investigates issues with the LHDs’ azimuth propulsion systems. The issue…

Australian Department of Defence (DoD)    Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer | Jane's 360   Julia...

Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer

Australian Department of Defence (DoD) Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer | Jane's 360 Julian Kerr, Adelaide - Jane's Defence Weekly 02 March 2020 The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) took delivery of the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN's) third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), the future HMAS Sydney (pennant number 42), at the Osborne naval shipyard in Adelaide on 28 February. The acceptance ceremony, which was attended by…

Military and Commercial Technology: Australian Navy’s Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta receives new mast

Australian Navy’s Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta receives new mast

HMAS Arunta - BAE Systems The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Anzac-class frigate, HMAS Arunta, has received a new mast as part of its mid-life capability assurance programme (AMCAP). The installation of the mast completes one of the last major works being carried out on the frigate at BAE Systems Australia’s Henderson facility. Following the AMCAP, HMAS Arunta will be undocked before the end of this year, after which the ship will set sail to undertake sea trials ahead of a planned return to…

First RAN Anzac-class frigate begins mid-life capability assurance programme | Military and Commercial Technology

First RAN Anzac-class frigate begins mid-life capability assurance programme

Julian Kerr, Sydney - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly 10 January 2017 Preparatory work has begun on the first of eight Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Anzac-class frigates to undergo a mid-life capability assurance programme (AMCAP) that will include a number of upgrades, including a new active phased-array air surveillance radar. AMCAP forms the major work element within an eight-year AUD2 billion (USD1.52 billion) Warship Asset Management Agreement signed in April 2016 under which BAE Systems…

From its origins in 1901 until the late 1950s, through its deep association with the Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy became unmistakably British in outlook, practices and culture. It was a relationship of great ...

The Adams-class guided-missile destroyers and the RAN | The Strategist

From its origins in 1901 until the late 1950s, through its deep association with the Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy became unmistakably British in outlook, practices and culture. It was a relationship of great ...

HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission

HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail A Defence press release issued today

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Military and Commercial Technology: Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials

Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials

HMAS Sydney (DDG 42) - Defence via defenceconnect.com.au Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials: The Royal Australian Navy’s third Hobart-class air warfare destroyer, HMAS Sydney (DDG 42), has commenced the first phase of builder’s sea trials. During this phase, HMAS Sydney will be tested to validate the performance of its hull, propulsion and navigation systems. Sydney is the last ship of the three Hobart-class guided-missile destroyers. The other two vessels…

Navy’s newest destroyers head to sea for combat system tests

The Royal Australian Navy’s newest guided-missile destroyer HMAS Sydney has sailed in company with sister ship HMAS Brisbane to conduct training and testing of the Aegis Combat System. Commandi

HMAS Adelaide dry-docked as Defence struggles to fix billion-dollar military ship | Thai Military and Asian Region

HMAS Adelaide (III)

The largest ships ever built for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), the Amphibious Assault Ships also known as Landing Helicopter Docks (LHD) were built by contractors BAE Systems Australia and Navan…

HMAS Adelaide open day in Adelaide

HMAS Adelaide open day in Adelaide - CONTACT magazine

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Adelaide’s fighting edge tested

Royal Australian Navy’s amphibious ship HMAS Adelaide lead from the front during the recent Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER.

Two LHD Landing Craft transport recruits role-playing as civilian evacuees from the HMAS Cerberus wharf to HMAS Adelaide in Westernport Bay. (photo: LSIS Nina Fogliani)

HMAS Adelaide evacuates new recruits

HMAS Adelaide has successfully embarked a large number of recruits from Royal Australian Navy Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus in Victoria as part of a civilian evacuation exercise.

Written by D-Mitch HMAS Albany and HMAS Maryborough of the Armidale class The Armidale class patrol boats is a class of 14 boats wh...

Armidale class patrol boats of the Royal Australian Navy

Written by D-Mitch HMAS Albany and HMAS Maryborough of the Armidale class The Armidale class patrol boats is a class of 14 boats w...

Mar. 13, 2014: LHD CANBERRA [III] passes through Sydney Heads for the first time - ABIS Tom Gibson, RAN.

Mar. 13, 2014: LHD CANBERRA [III] passes through Sydney Heads for the first time - ABIS Tom Gibson, RAN.

6950. With North head in the background, LHD CANBERRA [III] on trials, makes the turn off Watson's Bay with its naval establishments, and enters Sydney Harbour for the first time. It's a place where all the larger warships of the RAN, and many from other nations have been photographed. She will pass this point almost innumerable times. Photo: ABIS Tom Gibson, RAN, publicly released.

HMAS Canberra demonstration the new Australian Amphibious Ready Element (ARE) with MRH-90 helicopters on deck and the four landing craft. Picture: RAN

Second Royal Australian Navy Canberra class LHD NUSHIP Adelaide Completes Final Sea Trials

HMAS Canberra demonstration the new Australian Amphibious Ready Element (ARE) with MRH-90 helicopters on deck and the four landing craft. Picture: RAN

HMAS Adelaide commissioned into Royal Australian Navy

HMAS Adelaide commissioned into Royal Australian Navy - CONTACT magazine

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Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigate HMAS Newcastle cruises alongside British Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Fort Victoria. RFA Fort Victoria a Fort Class combined stores ship & tanker.

HMAS Newcastle, RFA Fort Victoria Reunite in MEAO - Naval Today

Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigate HMAS Newcastle cruises alongside British Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Fort Victoria. RFA Fort Victoria a Fort Class combined stores ship & tanker.

Australia trials S-100 Camcopter on Anzac-class frigate

Australia trials S-100 Camcopter on Anzac-class frigate

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has begun shipborne trials of the Schiebel S-100 Camcopter rotor-winged unmanned aerial system (UAS) on the Anzac-class frigate HMAS...

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

ASC, others join forces on 'cold spray' technology to faster repair Australia's Collins-class submarines - Naval Today

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

ASC, others join forces on 'cold spray' technology to faster repair Australia's Collins-class submarines - Naval Today

ASC, others join forces on 'cold spray' technology to faster repair Australia's Collins-class submarines - Naval Today

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

ASC, others join forces on 'cold spray' technology to faster repair Australia's Collins-class submarines - Naval Today

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

ASC, others join forces on 'cold spray' technology to faster repair Australia's Collins-class submarines - Naval Today

Australia’s dedicated submarine sustainment organisation, ASC, is collaborating with Australian national science agency, CSIRO, and DMTC Limited, to pioneer the use of additive manufacturing for the repair of the six Collins-class submarines.

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How a Supersonic Metal Spray Could Make Subs Even Deadlier

“Cold spray” technology can speed repairs on submarines, keeping them at sea instead of the shipyard.

Warships of the Royal Australian Navy left the port of Sydney on Monday to conduct ready-to-deploy exercises.

Australian navy begins three-week fleet certification exercise

Warships of the Royal Australian Navy left the port of Sydney on Monday to conduct ready-to-deploy exercises.

HMAS Choules home after month in the Pacific

HMAS Choules home after month in the Pacific - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "HMAS Choules home after month in the Pacific" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail The Australian Defence Force’s first enhanced regional engagement

LLCs modified and tested to carry tanks - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "LLCs modified and tested to carry tanks" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail The landing craft aboard Australia’s Canberra-class landing helicopter dock

NUSHIP Adelaide completes first sea trials.

Second of two largest-ever ships nearing end of initial sea trials

The second of Australia's two largest-ever ships is nearing the end of her initial sea trials after a brief visit to her future home port.

Australian ASRV to be Constructed by Damen – The Maritime Review

Australian ASRV to be Constructed by Damen

Australian ASRV to be Constructed by Damen – The Maritime Review

HMAS Melbourne (III) FFG05 - Destination's Journey

HMAS Melbourne (III) FFG05 is an Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigates (FFG) in service with the Royal Australian Navy.

Meet the new First Lady of the Fleet

Meet the new First Lady of the Fleet - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Meet the new First Lady of the Fleet" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail On Saturday 9 December HMAS Success officially became

Army

#Hawkei is a 7-tonne, 4x4, highly mobile, highly protected tactical vehicle, built by Thales in #Australia. This leading-edge helicopter-deployable light vehicle represents the next generation in protected mobility, ready to #export.

Hawkei’s genesis: protection, mobility & performance

#Hawkei is a 7-tonne, 4x4, highly mobile, highly protected tactical vehicle, built by Thales in #Australia. This leading-edge helicopter-deployable light vehicle represents the next generation in protected mobility, ready to #export.

Aussie Hawkei wins $billion ADF contract - CONTACT magazine

Aussie Hawkei wins $billion ADF contract - CONTACT magazine

The Aussie-designed-and-built Hawkei has won the ADF's contract for a light protected mobility vehicle.

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program - APDR By APDR Staff -10/11/2020708  Rheinmetall has un...

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program - APDR By APDR Staff -10/11/2020708 Rheinmetall has unveiled the first of three Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicles designed, developed and manufactured for the Commonwealth of Australia’s $AUD18.1 billion (11.1 MrdEUR) Land 400 Phase 3 program. Lynx is a next generation tracked, digitised and highly protected Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) built to meet the stringent military requirements of Land 400…

Australia buys Improved Ribbon Bridge

Australia buys Improved Ribbon Bridge - CONTACT magazine

General Dynamics European Land Systems has signed a USD$28 million contract with the Australia to produce and deliver its Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB).

Supacat captured on Perth street thanks to CONTACT fan Dean McConaghy...

Supacat captured on Perth street - CONTACT magazine

Supacat – the new wild beast of the Aussie Special Ops, was seen prancing around Perth streets this week, and snapped by a CONTACT fan.

New Special Operations Vehicle Prototype Delivered - Militer Review

New Special Operations Vehicle Prototype Delivered

New Special Operations Vehicle Prototype Delivered - Militer Review

Army’s new ribbon bridges tested in Sydney

Army's new ribbon bridges tested in Sydney - CONTACT magazine

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Airbus launches ‘Team Nightjar' to bid for Australian SOF helo requirement

Airbus launches ‘Team Nightjar' to bid for Australian SOF helo requirement

Airbus Helicopters has formally launched its bid for Australia’s special operations forces (SOF) requirement, with its industrial team announced on 10 July.

Brisbane to see biggest-ever armoured parade

Brisbane to see biggest-ever armoured parade - CONTACT magazine

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Fiji buys Aussie Bushmasters for peacekeeping

Fiji buys Aussie Bushmasters for peacekeeping - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Fiji buys Aussie Bushmasters for peacekeeping" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Ten refurbished Australian Bushmasters have been sold to Fiji for

Backflip on compulsory land acquisitions

Backflip on compulsory land acquisitions - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Backflip on compulsory land acquisitions" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Minister for Defence Marise Payne today confirmed that Defence will only

Air Force

Royal Australian Navy’s 725 Squadron has been re-commissioned during a ceremony at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, on Thursday.  As NUSQN 725 the unit was stood up in February 2013, tasked with introducing the MH-60R Seahawk ‘Romeo’ into service, and will be the Fleet Air Arm’s training squadron for the new type, which is replacing the Navy’s current S-70B-2 ‘classic’ Seahawks. Current S-70B operating unit 816 Squadron will become the Romeo’s operational squadron once it completes its transition to…

Navy commissions 725 Squadron - Australian Aviation

The Royal Australian Navy’s 725 Squadron has been re-commissioned during a ceremony at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, on Thursday. As NUSQN 725 the unit was stood up in February 2013, tasked…

Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course - CONTACT magazine

Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Up to 20 aircraft will depart

Boeing E-7A (B-737-7ES) Wedgetail AEWC Royal Australian Air Force A30-004 2 Sqn RAAF Base Williamtown

Boeing E-7A (B-737-7ES) Wedgetail AEWC Royal Australian Air Force A30-004 2 Sqn RAAF Base Williamtown

Boeing E-7A (B-737-7ES) Wedgetail AEWC Royal Australian Air Force A30-004 2 Sqn RAAF Base Williamtown @ Red Flag-Alaska 15-3, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage, AK NOTE: Northrop Grumman Multi-role Electronic Scanned Array (MESA) radar

Antarctica - new milestone for RAAF C-17

Antarctica - new milestone for RAAF C-17 - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Antarctica – new milestone for RAAF C-17" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail The RAAF and Australian Antarctic Division successfully flew a joint

Aussies help JSF fleet tops 50,000 flight hours

JSF fleet tops 50,000 flight hours - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "JSF fleet tops 50,000 flight hours" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail F-35 Lightning II aircraft operating at 12 different locations worldwide

C-27J Spartan marks milestone with special flight

C-27J Spartan marks milestone with special flight - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "C-27J Spartan marks milestone with special flight" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail The Royal Australian Air Force’s No. 35 Squadron celebrated

Water bombers supported at RAAF Base Richmond

Water bombers supported at RAAF Base Richmond - CONTACT magazine

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MRTT mates with BOne

MRTT mates with BOne - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "MRTT mates with BOne" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail A KC-30A MRTT air-to-air refueller from RAAF Base Amberley was kept busy

RAAF Globemaster visits India

RAAF Globemaster visits India - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "RAAF Globemaster visits India" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail A Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster III and crew have conducted

It’s official – Australia’s own F-35A at Avalon

It's official – Australia's own F-35A at Avalon - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "It’s official – Australia’s own F-35A at Avalon" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Minister for Defence Marise Payne and Minister for Defence Industry Christopher

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#Hawkei is a 7-tonne, 4x4, highly mobile, highly protected tactical vehicle, built by Thales in #Australia. This leading-edge helicopter-deployable light vehicle represents the next generation in protected mobility, ready to #export.

Hawkei’s genesis: protection, mobility & performance

#Hawkei is a 7-tonne, 4x4, highly mobile, highly protected tactical vehicle, built by Thales in #Australia. This leading-edge helicopter-deployable light vehicle represents the next generation in protected mobility, ready to #export.

Aussie Hawkei wins $billion ADF contract - CONTACT magazine

Aussie Hawkei wins $billion ADF contract - CONTACT magazine

The Aussie-designed-and-built Hawkei has won the ADF's contract for a light protected mobility vehicle.

On Thursday 24 December 2020, more than 600 Australian Defence Force personnel boarded HMAS Adelaide and headed for Fiji.

HMAS Adelaide and 600 pers head to Fiji - CONTACT magazine

On Thursday 24 December 2020, more than 600 Australian Defence Force personnel boarded HMAS Adelaide and headed for Fiji.

Cutaway image of the Australian Canberra class LHD showing on the ships’ two azipods. (Defence)

LHDs remain alongside as Defence grapples with propulsion issues - Australian Aviation

The Navy’s two amphibious assault ships HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide remain tied alongside at Fleet Base East, Sydney while Defence investigates issues with the LHDs’ azimuth propulsion systems. The issue…

Australian Department of Defence (DoD)    Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer | Jane's 360   Julia...

Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer

Australian Department of Defence (DoD) Australian DoD receives third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer | Jane's 360 Julian Kerr, Adelaide - Jane's Defence Weekly 02 March 2020 The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) took delivery of the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN's) third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), the future HMAS Sydney (pennant number 42), at the Osborne naval shipyard in Adelaide on 28 February. The acceptance ceremony, which was attended by…

Military and Commercial Technology: Australian Navy’s Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta receives new mast

Australian Navy’s Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta receives new mast

HMAS Arunta - BAE Systems The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Anzac-class frigate, HMAS Arunta, has received a new mast as part of its mid-life capability assurance programme (AMCAP). The installation of the mast completes one of the last major works being carried out on the frigate at BAE Systems Australia’s Henderson facility. Following the AMCAP, HMAS Arunta will be undocked before the end of this year, after which the ship will set sail to undertake sea trials ahead of a planned return to…

First RAN Anzac-class frigate begins mid-life capability assurance programme | Military and Commercial Technology

First RAN Anzac-class frigate begins mid-life capability assurance programme

Julian Kerr, Sydney - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly 10 January 2017 Preparatory work has begun on the first of eight Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Anzac-class frigates to undergo a mid-life capability assurance programme (AMCAP) that will include a number of upgrades, including a new active phased-array air surveillance radar. AMCAP forms the major work element within an eight-year AUD2 billion (USD1.52 billion) Warship Asset Management Agreement signed in April 2016 under which BAE Systems…

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program - APDR By APDR Staff -10/11/2020708  Rheinmetall has un...

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 program - APDR By APDR Staff -10/11/2020708 Rheinmetall has unveiled the first of three Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicles designed, developed and manufactured for the Commonwealth of Australia’s $AUD18.1 billion (11.1 MrdEUR) Land 400 Phase 3 program. Lynx is a next generation tracked, digitised and highly protected Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) built to meet the stringent military requirements of Land 400…

Royal Australian Navy’s 725 Squadron has been re-commissioned during a ceremony at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, on Thursday.  As NUSQN 725 the unit was stood up in February 2013, tasked with introducing the MH-60R Seahawk ‘Romeo’ into service, and will be the Fleet Air Arm’s training squadron for the new type, which is replacing the Navy’s current S-70B-2 ‘classic’ Seahawks. Current S-70B operating unit 816 Squadron will become the Romeo’s operational squadron once it completes its transition to…

Navy commissions 725 Squadron - Australian Aviation

The Royal Australian Navy’s 725 Squadron has been re-commissioned during a ceremony at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, on Thursday. As NUSQN 725 the unit was stood up in February 2013, tasked…

Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course - CONTACT magazine

Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "Early departures from RAAF Amberley signify end of unique course" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Up to 20 aircraft will depart

From its origins in 1901 until the late 1950s, through its deep association with the Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy became unmistakably British in outlook, practices and culture. It was a relationship of great ...

The Adams-class guided-missile destroyers and the RAN | The Strategist

From its origins in 1901 until the late 1950s, through its deep association with the Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy became unmistakably British in outlook, practices and culture. It was a relationship of great ...

HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission

HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "HMAS Sirius gets confusing head start on six-month Pacific mission" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail A Defence press release issued today

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Royal Australian Navy HMAS Perth FFH-157 Pearl Harbor June 28, 2012 - 5 x 7" Photograph

Military and Commercial Technology: Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials

Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials

HMAS Sydney (DDG 42) - Defence via defenceconnect.com.au Royal Australian Navy’s third air warfare destroyer begins sea trials: The Royal Australian Navy’s third Hobart-class air warfare destroyer, HMAS Sydney (DDG 42), has commenced the first phase of builder’s sea trials. During this phase, HMAS Sydney will be tested to validate the performance of its hull, propulsion and navigation systems. Sydney is the last ship of the three Hobart-class guided-missile destroyers. The other two vessels…

Australia buys Improved Ribbon Bridge

Australia buys Improved Ribbon Bridge - CONTACT magazine

General Dynamics European Land Systems has signed a USD$28 million contract with the Australia to produce and deliver its Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB).

Supacat captured on Perth street thanks to CONTACT fan Dean McConaghy...

Supacat captured on Perth street - CONTACT magazine

Supacat – the new wild beast of the Aussie Special Ops, was seen prancing around Perth streets this week, and snapped by a CONTACT fan.