“Ground-up innovation” is a key phrase for Lieutenant Laura Sehmish-Lahey in her work.
Air Force’s Number 32 Squadron and Air Mission Training School (AMTS) at RAAF Base East Sale have taken delivery of a new airborne mission system set to revolutionise the way navigators are trained.
Women’s roles in combat are taking another step forward with the development and trialling of combat equipment and uniforms designed for women.
Sydney-based company Britton Maritime Systems was awarded a $9 million contract to build 12 Gemini seaboats for Navy’s newest Cape-class patrol boats.
The four F-35A Full Mission Simulators (FMSims) currently operational at RAAF Base Williamtown have been successfully upgraded by local experts to support the continued build-up of pilot training at No. 3 Squadron and No. 2 Operational Conversion Unit.
The government’s $90 billion naval shipbuilding enterprise could provide a jobs lifeline for hundreds of skilled workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Defence has issued a request for information (RFI) on AusTender to gain an appreciation of Australian industry capabilities to design, manufacture and sustain military sea boats.
Defence’s $90 billion Continuous Naval Shipbuilding Program has reached a new milestone with construction starting on the first offshore patrol vessel (OPV) to be built in Western Australia.
The Royal Australian Navy is now one of the world’s premier amphibious forces after the fleet’s two Canberra-class landing helicopter docks (LHDs) and landing craft achieved final operational capability.