Australian Future Military Purchases

  • Defence Australia: Why buying long-range missiles changes ...

    Jul 02, 2020· The $50 billion future submarine project is already looking troubled. Australia was supposed to be paying an immense cost premium to build 80 per cent of the vessels here. That’s now tracking at 40 per cent, with no cost savings.

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  • Australia to procure new landing craft and amphibious vehicles

    Feb 04, 2021· Canberra will invest up to AUD800 million (USD610 million) to acquire new fleets of Australian-built amphibious vehicles and landing craft, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds announced on 4 …

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  • Australia to replace its Eurocopter Tiger Fleet with "a ...

    Jul 10, 2019· According to the RFI Australia wants to purchase 29 “proven and mature, off-the-shelf” armed reconnaissance helicopters of which five will be used for training operations. Initial Operational Capability of twelve helicopters (one squadron) is expected by …

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  • Australia’s F-35s: Lessons from a problematic purchase

    Nov 11, 2019· Australia joined the US-led F-35 program in a rush in 2002. There was no tender process or formal evaluation. Nor could there be. The aircraft was still brochure-ware, with delivery schedule and cost unknown, albeit thought to be Australia’s most expensive defence equipment purchase. It suddenly seems.

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  • Australia faces ‘potential military crisis’ with China ...

    May 04, 2021· More big Australian short-term defence purchases were approved by US government agencies last week. It includes some 200 refurbished tank hulls, four reconditioned Chinook heavy-lift helicopters ...

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  • Australian missiles to be built at $1 billion guided ...

    Mar 30, 2021· Advertisement. Australia will gain the capacity to make its own guided missiles in a $1 billion federal plan to build a new weapons facility with a global arms manufacturer, preparing for greater ...

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  • Hypersonic missiles and Australia's futuristic defence ...

    Jul 02, 2020· The Australian Defence Force Structure Plan, released on Wednesday, states that Australia wants to implement "a development, test and evaluation program for …

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  • Deterrence and Firepower: Land 8113 and the Australian ...

    May 08, 2021· Deterrence and Firepower: Land 8113 and the Australian Army’s Future (Part 1, Strategic Effect) 16 July 2020. Strategy. Introduction. Land 8113: Long Range Fires is a momentous acquisition program for the Australian Army. I believe it will revolutionise the Army’s way of war, as well as the land force’s place in the strategic defence of ...

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  • Defence to face audit over new weapons purchases

    Mar 31, 2021· Defence to face audit over new weapons purchases. The Auditor-General will investigate the Coalition government’s $270 billion weapons build-up and how the Defence Department is managing the ...

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  • Australia launches US$620 million amphibious capabilities ...

    Feb 05, 2021· The Australian government will invest up to AUS$800 million (US$620 million) to acquire new fleets of Australian-built amphibious vehicles and landing craft that will be able to transport land forces with enhanced speed and protection. Naval News Staff 05 Feb 2021. Australia MoD press release. Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda ...

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  • Australia Issues 2020 Defense Strategic Update and 2020 ...

    Jul 01, 2020· Australia's 2020 Defence Strategic Update and 2020 Force Structure Plan, released on 1 July 2020 by the Department of Defense (DoD), outline a new strategy for Defence and the capability investments to deliver it. The Strategic Update sets out the challenges in Australia’s strategic environment and their implications for Defence planning.

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  • Australia’s A$ 450M-600M LAND 17 Artillery Replacement

    Mar 23, 2018· March 23/18: Ammo orders Rheinmetall announced Wednesday the receipt of a USD$77 million contract to supply various types of its Assegai ammunition, fuses and propelling charges to the government of Australia.The order falls under the Land 17 Phase 1C.2 Future Artillery Ammunition project and includes options for additional five-year periods as well as war …

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  • Multi-million expansion of Australian military bases not a ...

    Apr 28, 2021· Northern Australia is a key region for Australian Defence Force bases, given its proximity to the Asia Pacific. But Mr Morrison said investment in defence in the NT is not an aggressive move ...

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  • Australian Defence Force News | Defence | The Australian

    May 13, 2021· Flying high with $270bn rearmament plan. Defence spending is forecast to come in at 2.09 per cent of GDP in the coming financial year, rising …

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  • Australia to acquire long-rang missiles, shift focus to ...

    Jun 30, 2020· Australia is planning to buy 200 missiles to arm its air force. It will also investigate the possibility of acquiring new long-range missiles that can be launched from the land in the future ...

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  • Janes | Latest defence and security news

    Jan 19, 2021· 14 May 2021. US Army defending end strength, prepares to spend USD35 billion on weapons in FY 2022

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  • A Defence force for the 21st century

    6 Your guide to the 2009 Defence White Paper - A Defence Force for the 21st Century the us AlliAnce In every major conflictof the last one hundred years, Australia and the United States have stood side by side, fighting together and securing our nations, people and interests.

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  • Defence Force upgrade: Australia will be armed to the ...

    An unprecedented expansion of naval, air force and army capability over the next 20 years will also boost the size of the Australian Defence Force to more than 62,000 — the largest military ...

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  • Future officers need to ‘correct’ the direction the ...

    May 05, 2021· You can either have a military that is a "direct reflection" of your society or you can have a military that "fights and wins" - you cannot have both, according to Army veteran Justin Huggett. "I ...

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  • Australia Teams Up With U.S. To Get Hypersonic Missiles ...

    Nov 30, 2020· Australia’s recalibration of military priorities toward the Asia-Pacific has included the purchase of the highly capable and stealthy AGM-158C Long …

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  • Australian missiles to be built at $1 billion guided ...

    Mar 30, 2021· Advertisement. Australia will gain the capacity to make its own guided missiles in a $1 billion federal plan to build a new weapons facility …

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  • Australian Department of Defence Updates $52 Billion ...

    Jul 03, 2020· The Australian Department of Defence is investing an unprecedented A$75 billion ($52 billion) in Australia’s maritime capabilities over the next decade, including more than $50 billion in the regeneration and expansion of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) maritime platforms through the naval shipbuilding enterprise.

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  • Australia’s A$ 450M-600M LAND 17 Artillery Replacement

    Feb 13, 2019· The Australian Army mission, as an institution, is to prepare land forces for war. This presents a challenge in itself, preparing for the contemporary environment – to be Ready Now and, at the same time, to become Future Ready – for an unknown future.

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  • Australia to boost military spending amid ‘most ...

    Jul 01, 2020· Australia will spend $186 billion to build a bigger and more aggressive military equipped with long-range and hypersonic missiles, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Wednesday.

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  • 10 Things You Need To Know About Australia's Military

    Top speed Mach 1.6+ (1,200 mph, 1,930 km/h). The first Australian F-35A arriving at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, for training in 2014. 9. The first Aboriginal Australian to be commissioned as an officer in the Australian Army was Reg Saunders in 1944. A well-respected soldier and leader, he …

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  • Future of the Royal Australian Navy - Wikipedia

    Army equipment comprises current and future vehicle acquisitions for 1st (Frontline), 2nd (Reserve) and 3rd (Irregular) Divisions of the Australian Army. Only core warfighting equipment is covered. All vehicles must incorporate high magnification day/night optical sighting equipment with IR capability.

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  • DEFENCE PROCUREMENT - Productivity Commission

    1. refer Australia’s defence procurement for inquiry and report within twelve months of the date of receipt of this reference; 2. specify that the Commission report on: (a) the effectiveness and efficiency of Australia’s current defence procurement arrangements in achieving value for money, taking account of strategic defence arrangements; and

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  • Australia to acquire long-range missiles as PM warns of ...

    Jun 30, 2020· Australia’s defence force is set to acquire long-range missiles and research hypersonic weapons systems, as Scott Morrison warns the country to prepare for a more dangerous post-Covid-19 world ...

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  • Australia Has A Plan For Battling China—Add Lots And Lots ...

    Jul 03, 2020· This new fleet could give Australia the naval muscle to stand up to an increasingly assertive China. As part of a $400 billion defense-wide plan stretching out to 2030, the Australian …

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