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  • Boeing Australia - Boeing Defence Australia
    licenced an Australian company named Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation to build a prototype training aircraft The prototype was successful and after World War II manufacturing began on additional aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force RAAF at the Government Aircraft Factories GAF Facilities BDA has grown to become the country s leading defence aerospace enterprise A wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company and a business unit of Boeing Defense Space Security BD S BDA has a team of nearly 1 300 highly skilled people located 15 locations throughout Australia and two international sites delivering some of the largest and most complex programs for the Commonwealth of Australia the Australian Defence Force and international customers Key capabilities of the business includes tactical and airlift aircraft strike fighter sustainment services integrated logistics support modeling and simulation capabilities and surveillance and engagement programs BDA s success will continue to be driven by its ability to provide customers with the right solutions at the right time and the right cost To effectively address future evolving requirements for capability driven solutions the business is organised into three units each providing a unique range of through life service solutions to its customers Information Operational Services Integrated Logistics Tactical Derivative Aircraft Current Boeing products in or on order for the Australian Defence Force include Six C 17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft Five CH 47D Chinook helicopters to be joined by seven CH 47F Chinook replacement helicopters from 2014 Six Wedgetail 737 Airborne Early Warning Control aircraft 24 F A 18F Super Hornets 12 conversion to E A 18 Growler configuration 71 F A 18A B Classic Hornets including the Hornet Upgrade Phase 2 3 Program Vigilare ground based air defence system Modernised High Frequency Communications System Other Boeing support or support services programs in Australia include

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  • Boeing Australia - Contacts
    SUPER HORNET CLASSIC HORNET CHINOOK GLOBEMASTER WEDGETAIL GLOBAL CAPABILITIES RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY ABOUT BOEING GENERAL INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS FRONTIERS AERO VELOCITY CAREERS NEWS MEDIA ROOM NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US Contacts Products Services Supplier Information Information Operational Services Integrated Logistics Tactical Derivative Aircraft Leadership About Us Community Affairs Location and Contacts Boeing Defence Australia Head Office Boeing Defence Australia Limited 363 Adelaide Street PO Box 767 Brisbane QLD 4001 AUSTRALIA Tel 61 7 3306 3000 Media contact James Baker 61 7 3306 3411 Queensland Amberley Townsville Oakey Hangar 410 Southern Amberley Rd RAAF Base Amberley P O Box 54 Amberley QLD 4306 Tel 61 7 5361 1584 Boeing Defence Australia P O Box 7593 Garbutt QLD 4814 Tel 61 7 4774 6149 Hangar C1 Army Aviation Training Centre Orrs Rd P O Box 421 Oakey QLD 4401 Tel 61 7 4577 7615 New South Wales Williamtown Riverina Canberra F A 18A B Hornet Hangar 11 RAAF Base P O Box 58 Williamtown NSW 2314 Tel 61 2 4034 5333 Wedgetail In Service Support Building 586 RAAF Base Williamtown NSW 2314 Tel 61 2 4034 8133 Boeing Defence Australia Riverina Node P O Box 1025 Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 Tel 61 2 6920 0372 Vigilare Building 545 Henderson Rd RAAF Base P O Box 102 Williamtown NSW 2314 Barton Office Boeing Defence Australia 55 Blackall Street Barton ACT 2600 Tel 61 2 6270 0700 Victoria Melbourne Boeing Australia Component Repairs 29 Jets Court Melbourne Airport P O Box 767 Tullamarine VIC 3043 Tel 61 3 9095 0600 Western Australia Geralton Exmouth Boeing Defence Australia Yanget Road Kojarena P O Box 747 Geraldton WA 6531 Tel 61 8 9956 2550 North West Cape Modernised High Frequency Communication Node BDA Murat Road P O Box 490 Exmouth

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  • Boeing Australia - Products & Services
    CAREERS NEWS MEDIA ROOM NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US Contacts Products Services Supplier Information Information Operational Services Integrated Logistics Tactical Derivative Aircraft Leadership About Us Community Affairs BDA Products Services About Boeing Defence Australia BDA is Australia s leading defence aerospace enterprise supporting some of the largest and most complex programs for the Commonwealth of Australia the Australian Defence Force including the Royal Australian Air Force Royal Australian Navy Australian Army and commercial customers Services Boeing offers industrial co operation in both the defense and commercial sectors and builds relationships with the local aerospace industry through different business models including equity positions teaming and joint ventures Boeing Defence Australia industry leading services include Military Aircraft Aircrew Training Aircraft maintenance and modification Logistics Support Cyber Information Solutions Engineering Services Managed Network Communications Command and Control Solutions Systems Analysis Laboratory Products A Z BDA key capabilities include tactical and airlift aircraft missiles unmanned airborne systems and surveillance and engagement programs Please click on the icons below to learn more about Boeing Defense Space Security BDS products operated or being considered for operation by the Australian Defence Force 737 AEW C C 17 Globemaster III

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  • Boeing Australia - Supplier Information
    Contacts Products Services Supplier Information Information Operational Services Integrated Logistics Tactical Derivative Aircraft Leadership About Us Community Affairs Supplier Information Boeing Defence Australia Supplier Portal The Boeing Defence Australia BDA Supplier Portal is used to release requests for pricing and information from the company to the supplier community The bid portal is used by BDA to source supply requirements from commercial off the shelf items through to one off complex specification items The request can be released to a restricted or selected market or can be opened up to a wider audience through an open tender Suppliers wishing to be considered for future business opportunities with BDA please contact us via email to have your information forwarded to the correct member of our Supply Chain Management Team Please note registering details on the portal does not make the supplier an approved BDA supplier How to become an approved Boeing Defence Australia supplier To become an approved BDA supplier a supplier must be successful in winning a request for a bid with the company Boeing Defence Australia will then conduct further evaluation of the supplier to ensure suitability as an approved supplier This evaluation may include financial and quality checks and

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  • Boeing Australia - Information & Operational Services
    the field Network Centric Command and Control System Boeing s Network Centric Command and Control System NC3S is an exportable version of Vigilare for international customers NC3S is one of the world s most sophisticated Command and Control C2 systems NC3S integrates advanced technologies with airborne and ground based platforms to give commanders real time situational awareness It gives commanders the confidence to make on the spot decisions Managed Network Communications High Frequency Modernisation Program Network Operation Support Boeing Defence Australia has developed the Australian Defence Force s single secure and survivable High Frequency Modernised HFMOD Communications System used for the command and control of deployed forces This system incorporates frequency prediction tools and automated frequency selection to establish and maintain military communications between ships aircraft ground forces and headquarters Modernised High Frequency Communications System Modernised High Frequency Communications System MHFCS is a managed long rage communications capability designed and built in Australia to meet the rigorous standards of the Australian Defence Force facilitating the secure exchange of information between fixed and mobile stations using one integrated system MHFCS is similar to a mobile phone system with no operator intervention necessary and guaranteed levels of data delivery meaning both voice and data are fully automated reliable and error free from end to end The MHFCS offers a fully automated advanced frequency management capability that without user intervention automatically selects the most appropriate frequency antenna node combination to ensure the best available signal to noise ratio for automated calls The product is a proven and fielded system after being implemented by the Australian Defence Force in 2009 where superior communications coverage between geographically dispersed defence has been experienced The system was designed and tested to meet the demanding conditions of air land and sea environments and is a cost effective alternative to more expensive communications solutions with no ongoing call charges and no limitations on the time of operation or volume of data Wideband Global SATCOM As part of a cooperative agreement with the United States U S Australia will access the sixth Wideband Global SATCOM satellite expected to launch in the fourth quarter of 2012 This high capacity communications satellite provides critical high data rate connections for U S armed forces and Australian Defence Force personnel Intelsat IS 22 Satellite The Boeing Company is a world leader in the design development and manufacturing of satellites for government civil and commercial customers Boeing is building Intelsat Ltd s IS 22 satellite carrying an Ultra High Frequency payload to serve the Australian Defence Force Intelsat 22 is Boeing s first 702MP medium power spacecraft which represents the company s expansion into the medium sized satellite market An evolution of Boeing s 702 satellite the 702MP uses proven technology and a modular design approach to provide the Australian Defence Force with services in a fraction of the time it typically takes to deliver a traditional military satellite Engineering Services Tactical Data Link Engineering Services BDA support airborne and ground based Command and Control

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  • Boeing Australia - Integrated Logistics
    industry leading technical support capabilities include Support Engineering Sustainment Solutions Experienced delivery of services including system requirements and functional analysis system design system integration and verification set to work and test technical support and repair and field maintenance support Engineering and Obsolescence Management This capability has been developed over the past decade where BDA has delivered niche expertise in supporting internal and external communications systems for the maritime domain and complex aerospace systems for the F 111 Logistics support analysis The logistics support analysis services ensures that supportability considerations influence equipment design thereby minimising the customers total cost of ownership Technical Publications With unrivalled scope and experience in developing producing and maintaining technical publications BDA uses industry leading technology and software to deliver high quality technical publications Life cycle cost modelling and analysis BDA specialises in life cycle cost analysis using computer based models to support our customers design and acquisition requirements This includes providing alternative design and support solutions and identifying risk Spares optimisation modelling and analysis BDA is committed to maintaining the operational capability of our customers complex equipment Our spares operational modelling and analysis capability produces cost effective tailored solutions by using sophisticated computer modelling to solve logistics and sparing problems Boeing Defence Australia is the leading in country technical support provider with a range of major Australian Defence Force acquisition and sustainment programs benefiting from our services including Wedgetail AEW C aircraft Collins Class Submarine RNZAF 757 and Vigilare communication systems The technical support experience extends beyond defence platforms with support to the 787 Dreamliner component maintenance manuals The Collins Class submarine communications program has been a BDA project for the past ten years conducting maintenance and modification activities on the Collins Class internal and external communications systems including communications antenna capability internal and external power supplies high frequency antenna capability enhancement and upgrades to the platforms communication capabilities meaning it can evolve and communicate with maritime land and air platforms The military satellite communications MILSATCOM project is another success story with a solution to support the offshore anchoring of military satellite communications operations developed and manufactured This project is an excellent example of our ability to commission systems that meet global customer requirements These services cover radios satellite and data communication secure messaging switching and antenna distribution systems and computer networks that are utilised to ensure responsive and agile engineering service that protect the integrity of customer s data systems Army Aviation Training and Training Support Under the Army Aviation Training and Training Support AATTS contract BDA provides the Australian Army with Helicopter pilot aircrew and technician training using the Australian Army s fleet of 19 Bell 206 B1 Kiowa helicopters and six S 70A 9 Black Hawk training helicopters and a full motino simulator Operational fleet and depot level maintenance and support services at Oakey Army Aviation Training Centre Queensland Operational level maintenance on eight Kiowa aircraft for 173rd Aviation Squadron in Holsworthy New South Wales CH 47D Chinook pilots and technicians training at

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  • Boeing Australia - Tactical Derivative Aircraft
    Warfare ASW and Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance ISR products Key projects include Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning Control AEW C In Service Support The Boeing 737 AEW C is a state of the art system providing powerful airborne surveillance communications and battle management BDA is responsible for in service support through life support and conversion of Boeing 737 700s into Wedgetail AEW C configuration Six Royal Australian Air Force RAAF aircraft are being modified to accommodate sophisticated mission systems and radars that will greatly increase the nations surveillance air combat naval and civil capabilities The Wedgetail AEW C modification program is the largest commercial to military aircraft modification ever undertaken in Australia Korea s Peace Eye In Service Support The E 737 program will see the delivery of four Peace Eye 737 Airborne Early Warning and Control AEW C aircraft to the Republic of Korea Air Force ROKAF The 737 AEW C aircraft is designed to provide airborne battle management capability with the ability to track airborne and maritime targets simultaneously The program will include aircraft plus ground support segments for mission crew training mission support and system maintenance BDA is supporting the acquisition and initial support phases of E 737 including the initial training of the Republic of Korea Air Force and the training of personnel from Korean industry to assume responsibility for in service product support activities 737 AEW C aircraft also are in production for the governments of Australia and Turkey Peace Eagle AEW C In Service Support BDA is providing product support deliverables during the acquisition and initial support phases of the Peace Eagle program for the Turkish Air Force The 737 AEW C aircraft is designed to provide airborne battle management capability with the ability to track airborne and maritime targets simultaneously BDA played a key

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  • Boeing Australia - Leadership
    747 8 INTERCONTINENTAL 767 777 787 DREAMLINER GLOBAL CAPABILITIES DEFENSE SPACE SECURITY PRODUCTS A Z SUPER HORNET CLASSIC HORNET CHINOOK GLOBEMASTER WEDGETAIL GLOBAL CAPABILITIES RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY ABOUT BOEING GENERAL INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS FRONTIERS AERO VELOCITY CAREERS NEWS MEDIA ROOM NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US K Gillis D Edwards M Hipwood M Brabrook B Robinson T Nichols M Davidson G Morris S Carpendale J Baker J Stacheel B Madley Leadership Kim Gillis Vice President and Managing Director Boeing Defence Australia Read More Darren Edwards Chief Operating Officer Boeing Defence Australia Read More Michael Hipwood Director of Finance Boeing Defence Australia Read More Murray Brabrook General Manager Integrated Logistics Boeing Defence Australia Read More Bill Madley General Manager Information Operational Services Boeing Defence Australia Read More Brian Robinson General Manager Tactical Derivative Aircraft Boeing Defence Australia Read More Terry Nichols Director of Business Development Boeing Defence Australia Read More Gary Morris Director Engineering Operations Technology Boeing Defence Australia Read More Melissa Davidson Human Resources Director Boeing Defence Australia Read More Scott Carpendale Director of Supplier Management Boeing Defence Australia Read More James Baker Communications Director Boeing Defence Australia Read More John Stacheel Ethics Business Conduct

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