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UK grants $4.8B contract for AUKUS nuclear submarine construction

The UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) has allocated $4.8 billion to BAE Systems for the next stage of the UK and Australia's...

Australia contracts Rheinmetall for MASS anti-ship missile protection for frigates, destroyers

Australia has committed A$180 million to upgrade the anti-ship missile defense capabilities of Royal Australian Navy ships through a contract with Rheinmetall...

Australia buys Norwegian commercial ship to boost undersea military operations

Australia has procured a 10-year-old Norwegian vessel for A$110 million, which will be transformed into a military vessel to assist and enhance...

US approves $895 worth of Tomahawk missiles for Australia

The US State Department has approved a potential sale of Tomahawk Block V and Block IV missiles to Australia for an estimated...

AUKUS: Australia’s nuclear-powered subs to be based on UK design

Australia's first nuclear-powered submarine will based on a UK Royal Navy design, the leaders of Australia, United States and the United Kingdom...

Fifth Australian frigate verifies AMCAP upgrade with missile launch

Toowoomba is one of five Anzac-class frigates to complete the AMCAP upgrade.

Australia receives 5th of 8 Evolved Cape-class patrol boats

The Royal Australian Navy has taken delivery of the fourth of eight Evolved Cape-class patrol boats from Austal.
Australian Air Force Growler aircraft upgrades

Australia boosts fighting range of Growler electronic attack aircraft fleet

The Australian defense ministry is investing A$277 million in the upgrade of the Royal Australian Air Force's EA-18G Growler fleet of electronic...

Australia buying HIMARS launchers from the US

The Australian defense ministry announced it would be boosting the Australian Army's precision-guided weapons capability with the purchase of High Mobility Artillery...

Australia names its first unmanned submarine Ghost Shark

Anduril will complete testing on the prototype submarines over the coming three years in Sydney.

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