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Australia and US Unveil A Joint Hypersonic Program

Joint Hypersonic Program Australia and the United States’ agreement to come together and produce hypersonic cruise missiles is borne out of the desire to remain strong in the face of adversaries and protect its people. The defence Minister confirmed this with a promise to ensure the safety and security of the people’s lives and properties.… Continue reading Australia and US Unveil A Joint Hypersonic Program

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ADF to Get Long Rate Maritime Missiles

Incoming Long Rate Maritime Missiles The Australian government focuses a great deal on its citizens’ security and, therefore, continues to make considerable investments in the defence sector. Recently, the government has pledged to invest $1 billion towards developing modern technological defence products. This project is focused on procuring long-rate maritime missiles for the Australian Navy… Continue reading ADF to Get Long Rate Maritime Missiles

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CAR to Supply P8-A Trainer to NZ

Supply P8-A Boeing has ordered the supply of a P-8A to RNZAF (Royal New Zealand Air Force). P-8a is a flight trainer designed and manufactured by CAR. It is an anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare tool that can fly higher and sharp in defence. It is usually designed for a short travel or low altitude missions… Continue reading CAR to Supply P8-A Trainer to NZ

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The Veteran-Led Charity Offers A Free Mental Health App

A Free Mental Health App A veteran-led charity organisation just concluded a mental health app to help you keep track of your mental health. During the app launch, the app developers emphasised the importance of being enlightened about mental health.  Hence, the meaning and signs of ill mental health are discussed. The general well-being of… Continue reading The Veteran-Led Charity Offers A Free Mental Health App

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RAAF Res-Establishes No 100 Squadron

The Reestablishment of the No 100 Squadron In the United Kingdom, No. 100 squadron is an advanced combat training tool based at RAF Leeming. It was the last flying squadron before the Armistice was assented to. The regiment has enjoyed flying aircraft that are not limited to Lancaster, Victor B2, and the Vildebeest and has… Continue reading RAAF Res-Establishes No 100 Squadron

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Australia Helps Boost PNG’s Fire Capability

Increasing PNG’s Fire Capability The black summer bush fire had to be the disaster of the century. Up until now, there is constant reference to the impact of the disaster on the whole ecosystem. The fire consumed vegetation and made indelible impacts on lands, but the firebreak effects were more prominent on humans.  About a… Continue reading Australia Helps Boost PNG’s Fire Capability

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Ethical AI report released from DST

The Release of the Ethical AI Report Artificial Intelligence (AI) has continued to prove its relevance in various subjects of life. More recently, the bearing is more noticeable in defence of how AI can improve military operations and performance while guarding all persons against internal or external threats such as environmental hazards. However, one major… Continue reading Ethical AI report released from DST

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