Network Centric Warfare: The long road to Army digitisation

With more than 3,500 Land 200 BMS nodes delivered and the joint Army/Air Force DTCS approaching final operating capability, Army has turned the first corner on the long road to the networked, joint force envisioned under Plan Beersheba.

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Contract awarded for local F-35 EW support

An Air Force F-35A Lightning II flown by SQNLDR Andrew Jackson arrives at the 2017 Australian International Airshow. Credit: Defence
Ghosthawk will replace existing mission information systems with an integrated, next generation intelligence support system capable of collecting, manipulating and disseminating data to pilots and their aircraft.