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Broadening horizons for UAVs across Asia

in Prime Defence News by ANZDD 0 Reviews

The benefit of operating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in the maritime domain has been known to navies in the Asia-Pacific region for some time. As far back as 2007 the Indian Navy trialled the Schiebel S-100 Camcopter, with the Pakistan Navy following suit and trialling the same UAV in 2008. Meanwhile, the People’s Republic of China is...

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BAE Systems and Rheinmetall downselected for LAND 400 Phase 2

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The Department of Defence today announced the selection of two tenderers to participate in the next stage of evaluation for LAND 400 Phase 2, Army’s Mounted Combat Reconnaissance capability. Deputy Secretary Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), Mr Kim Gillis, said both BAE Systems Australia Limited and Rheinmetall Landsyste...

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Base services contracts signed

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The signing of the final five contracts for support services at Defence bases today has signalled the end of the largest single procurement of its type undertaken by the Commonwealth. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence the Hon Darren Chester MP said the contract signing brought to conclusion the multi-billion dollar Base Service...

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Bersama Shield 2014 – a long-standing partnership builds regional stability

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Military strength and diplomatic might will come together in Malaysia in the coming weeks during one of South East Asia’s most significant regional exercises involving Australia and its regional security partners. Exercise Bersama Shield 2014 will see the Australian Defence Force join with the defence forces of New Zealand, Malaysia, Singa...

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