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The Essington Lewis Trophy is named in honour of Essington Lewis, a prominent industrialist who was heavily involved in Australia’s preparations for World War II.
Thank you to Chemring Aust. AVM (ret) Errol McMormack for acting as our representative and collecting this award on our behalf.
Credit and thanks for making this award possible goes to the DMO & Industry team as well as our teams.
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Partnership brings international expertise to African market
by Nautic Africa, 30 May 2016
Mariflex's partnership with Nautic Africa will deliver liquid cargo handling expertise to the African market.
Canine sleuths contribute to success of anti-poaching operations in Kruger National Park
by Denel Corporate, 30 May 2016
Six tracker dog teams have been deployed in the Kruger National Park in terms of an agreement between Denel Mechem and the South African National Parks.
Thales to build "Cyber Range", cyber security training, testing facility for Dutch Defence Cyber Command
by Thales, 23 May 2016
The cyber security training and testing facility for the Dutch Defence Cyber Command will be used to train its personnel.