PPA attends AIDN Annual Gala Dinner

PPA was honoured to join the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN National) National Board at the National Arboretum Canberra last week for the AIDN Annual Gala Dinner. Congratulations to AIDN CEO Brent Clark, Mikki Patterson, Divine Illiria Mountney and Alanna M. on producing such an enjoyable and memorable evening.

We were privileged to hear directly from the Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Pat Conroy MP, as well as the Chief of Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance (CGWEO), Air Marshall Leon Phillips OAM and Deputy Secretary Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Chris Deeble, on the Government’s work on the Defence Strategic Review, and their work on the forthcoming Defence Industry Development Strategy (DIDS).

Thank you also to SECDEF Greg Moriarty and CDF General Angus Campbell, AO, DSC, for making the time and effort to join 430+ of AIDN’s members for this important engagement opportunity. We do appreciate it.

AIDN’s members and highly skilled 61,000+ strong workforce stands ready to work with the Albanese Government and Defence Australia to deliver innovative, self-reliant speed to capability, made in Australia, by Australians for the ADF, our Allies and our Pacific neighbours.

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