Inside The Archive: F/A-18A/B Classic Hornet

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The single-seat F/A-18As and two-seat F/A-18Bs represented a huge leap in technology when first delivered to the RAAF in November 1981.

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Ethics workshop urges military recruits to learn AI skills

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A key workshop involving more than 100 members from Defence has advised that military personnel need to be taught AI skills.

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Is your personal balance sheet built for purpose?

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The transition to retirement is the most critical financial project to get right. Here, MGD Wealth helps you get it right.

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AI drone can record man-overboard incidents for RAN

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HMAS Cerberus’ Robotics Club hope its ‘Marine Evolutions Response Vessel’ (MERV) could speed up responses to critical incidents.

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A Royal Australian Air Force KC-30A Multi-Role Tanker Transport A39-005 aircraft conducts an air-to-air refuelling serial with two FA-18A Hornets during the Regional Presence Deployment.

Airbus agrees maintenance contract for RAAF’s KC-30As

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Airbus has signed a new contract to maintain the crucial refuelling systems on the RAAF’s fleet of KC-30A Multi-Role Tanker Transports (MRTT).

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Jim Molan: Apaches should have replaced Tigers years ago

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The senator and ex-major general welcomes the decision to replace the beleaguered Tiger ARH with Boeing’s AH-64E Apache Guardian.

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Qantas pilot among 18 new RAAF reservists

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A Qantas pilot is among 18 new specialist reservists who will join the RAAF after completing an initial induction course at Base Wagga.

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Defence picks Boeing Apache to replace beleaguered Airbus Tigers

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Boeing’s AH-64E Apache Guardian will replace the Australian Army’s beleaguered Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter capability from 2025. 

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Feature: Indonesia’s aviation safety has improved, but more must be done

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The Singapore Institute of Technology’s Volodymyr Bilotkach examines the challenges resulting from Indonesia’s booming aviation sector. 

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RAAF’s No.1 Flying Training School used online learning during COVID

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The RAAF’s No. 1 Flying Training School has revealed how it continued to teach students during COVID by switching to virtual online programs.

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From B to B – The Outback Air Race 2018

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The Outback Air Race 2018 took competitors from Brisbane to Broome.

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Helping aviation through the COVID crash

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How can air navigation service providers work together to help aviation recover from COVID? Frequentis Australasia’s Martin Rampl explains.

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RAAF and US Air Force complete F-35 Florida exercise

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Exercise Lightning Spear at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, was designed to help No. 3 Squadron integrate its new F-35A.

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WA firm works to enable AI drones to land on AI vehicles

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A WA firm is set to collaborate with a US firm to develop tech to enable drones to autonomously take off and land on AI-controlled vehicles.

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Defence will buy SkyGuardian drones despite concerns

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The Australian government has confirmed it will still buy 12 SkyGuardian drones, despite uncertainty over its capability over urban environments.

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Nova appoints new CEO

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Australian defence and aerospace firm Nova Group has appointed Jim McDowell as its new chief executive.

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Northrop Grumman starts MQ-4C Triton build

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Northrop Grumman has announced the major milestone that it’s started building Australia’s first MQ-4C Triton drone.

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F-35 fully operational after joint US-RAAF training

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Joint training US and RAAF training at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona has allowed Australia to declare its F-35 capability fully operational. 

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Airbus wins deal to upgrade comms on RAAF’s MRTTs

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Airbus has won a government contract to upgrade the communication systems on the RAAF’s fleet of A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transports.

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Providing ATM-grade and resilient networks as a service

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Why consistent and reliable network performance without service interruption is essential for the safety-critical air traffic management (ATM) environment.

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Reaching new heights with Aviassist

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Ross Anderson, managing director of drone training experts Aviassist, talks through what it takes to succeed as a pilot in our exciting new industry.

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BWEZ – Opportunity to purchase land adjacent to the Ballarat Airport

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Development Victoria has this week launched a new Expression of Interest opportunity for businesses interested in purchasing land in Stage 2 of the Ballarat West Employment Zone (BWEZ).

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