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Australia returning to international exercise Malabar after 13 years

The Australian defense ministry has officially confirmed its participation in the India-hosted multi-national exercise Malabar 2020. The exercise, which...

Australian MH-60R helicopters achieve a first with Mk 54 torpedoes

It was a first for the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet Air Arm when MH-60R helicopters from 816 Squadron dropped and recovered two...

New Australian Navy tanker arrives from Spain for final fit out

The Royal Australian Navy’s new auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) ship, NUSHIP Supply, has arrived at HMAS Stirling, Garden Island in Western Australia,...

AMRA joint venture submits bid for Australia’s new magnetic treatment facility

Advanced Magnetic Ranges Australia Pty Limited (AMRA), a joint venture between Victorian-based AMOG and French naval technology specialist ECA Group, has submitted...

Australia lays keel for third Arafura-class offshore patrol vessel

The Royal Australian Navy has held a keel-laying ceremony for its first Arafaura-class offshore patrol vessel (OPV) that will be built in...

Australia’s final AWD destroyer tests Aegis system ahead of US trials

Following the Aegis waterfront training, HMAS Sydney will start preparations for final live weapons and systems tests in the US next year.

RIMPAC exercise tests Australian frigate’s AMCAP upgrade

Royal Australian Navy frigate HMAS Arunta got the chance to test her new capabilities at the international RIMPAC exercise off Hawaii after...

Australia investing in autonomous mine countermeasures development

The Australian government has entered into a partnership with the country's Trusted Autonomous Systems Defence Cooperative Research Centre (TAS DCRC) and Thales...

Australia awards Victoria Cross to seaman Teddy Sheean

The Australian government has awarded the first Victoria Cross to a Royal Australian Navy member as it approved a posthumous award for...

Australia buys submarine-simulating AUV for ASW training

The Australian government has announced a AU$11 million deal for the purchase of anti-submarine warfare training systems from Saab.
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