A rare opportunity for Australians to go behind the scenes, see world-class technology and consider a career as a submariner is on offer following the launch of a National Submariner Tour and Competition today.
Today I visited TAE Aerospace’s Turbine Engine Maintenance Facility (TEMF) site in Bundamba, south-east Queensland, which will support in-country sustainment of Australia’s fifth-generation fighter jets.
The annual Australia-Vietnam Defence Ministers’ Meeting was held in Sydney today. The meeting focused on shared regional interests and challenges, and celebrated 20 years of bilateral defence relations.
Well what could possibly go wrong having an Army aviator talking to a bunch of submariners? I do note last night the prize that was given for excellence in engineering came from a fellow aviator who also happened to be a test pilot. So perhaps there's a good precedence there.
MINISTER for Defence Personnel Darren Chester today announced that two unknown Australian soldiers were buried on 6 November 2018 at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s Tyne Cot Cemetery in Belgium.
Thank you for that. The CDF (*), High Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, it is good to be here with you. Now, Alex said that the film you saw earlier, they couldn't have made a few years ago. And that is true.
In a first for our respective navies, HMAS Hobart has successfully tested a communications capability, proving her ability to share sensor information and real-time combat system data with the United States Navy.
Australia’s transformative Naval Shipbuilding College has been officially opened.
The College will deliver a coordinated, national approach to workforce development and skilling for our naval shipbuilding enterprise.