Campbell replaces the present chief, Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin, 58, who will retire from the ADF.
The Canadian deal to sell helicopters to the Philippines has finally been killed. What took so long, and why was it the Philippines, not Canada, that ultimately scrubbed the deal?
Canada used to be more careful about selling arms to countries that practised human rights violations. What happened?
Meet the brawny bug with a concoction so caustic it'll make a toad vomit.
The government wants Australia to grow defence exports 800% by 2028. Investing in the cyber industry may be the only way to get there.
The French president has a vision for a more integrated Europe – and Brexit feeds right into that.
The underlying implication of Malcolm Turnbull's Tokyo visit was the interest shared by Japan and Australia to counter the strategic rise of China.
A group of 25 EU countries is to work together more closely than ever before to develop military capabilities.
The excitement over the announcement of a space agency for Australia has now quietened. So it's time to work out what we want, and how to get there.
We are witnessing the transformation of the existing defence business into one which embraces the new.
A new position paper on co-operating with the EU on defence assumes a lot and suggests very little.
The North Korean regime has lashed out at Australia, describing its participation in current military exercises with the US and South Korea as 'a suicidal act of inviting disaster'.
There is much debate over how to react to North Korean missile threats. What can we learn from Israel’s responses to actual rocket attacks?
Malcolm Turnbull has appointed his chief-of-staff Greg Moriarty to head up the Department of Defence.
The effectiveness of the changes to the ADF's role in counter-terrorism operations will depend heavily on the willingness of state police to accept military advice and assistance.
The changes are designed to assist in preparing for incidents, enabling a more comprehensive ADF response if needed, and improving the flow of information between the ADF and police.
Unlike most domestic criminal law, the laws governing the behaviour of Australian armed forces apply to criminal conduct alleged to have taken place overseas.
An aggressive posture is one thing – but doing something about it is another, as countries factor in the costs and risks of aggression.
Intercontinental ballistic missiles, such as the one tested by North Korea this week, fly far too high and fast for current missile defence systems to engage with.
Pickett's Charge was one of the seminal battles of the U.S. Civil War, setting the stage for the ultimate Confederacy defeat. Could it have played out differently?