Audit questions OneSky value for money
Australia may end up paying too much for the combined civil and military air traffic management system OneSky, an Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) report says.
This story by Max Blenkin in the April 2019 edition of Australian looks at efforts by Northrop Grumman to extend the life of satellites in space.
The government is on track to lift Defence funding to the fabled two per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020/21, the federal budget papers show.
Northrop Grumman developing Palletised Weapons System for C-27J
Northrop Grumman is developing a system where a Bushmaster cannon, ammunition and operator consoles can slot in and out of the hold of a C-27J Spartan.
Northrop Grumman gearing up to support RAAF Tritons
Australian firms stand to gain substantial work from the Triton unmanned aircraft program as the RAAF progressively rolls out an advanced capability to conduct long-range maritime surveillance.
2019 a “pivotal year” for RAAF integrated air and missile defence project – Northrop Grumman
The ADF is embarking on perhaps its most complex project ever – the creation of an integrated air and missile defence (IAMD) system – and this year key decisions on the way forward are set to be made.