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In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, host Phil Tarrant is joined by Defence Connect’s editorial staff Liam Garman and Charbel Kadib to analyse the latest news and updates from the defence industry.

The trio begin by analysing the latest news in defence industry, from EOS’ new T2000-DE turret to Cobham and CAE Australia’s joint bid for the AIR 5428 program.

The podcast continues, examining the recent geopolitical and geostrategic updates from around the world including the crisis in Eastern Europe and the realities of Australia’s submarine program.

The trio wrap up the podcast discussing the latest military news, including the commissioning of the HMAS Stalwart, and HMAS Canberra returning to its homeport following a lengthy deployment.

Enjoy the podcast,
The Defence Connect team

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