Australian Military Industries
Australian Defence Industries
- Industries: Defence, electronics, power, optics
- Turnover (2009): AUD2.7bn
- Government Clients: Australia, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Chad, Niger, India.
- Corporate Clients (major): Aerospatiale, Airbus, Boeing, Grumman, British Aerospace.
- Head Office: ADI House, Edinburgh Parks, Adelaide, South Australia
- Web: http://www.australiandefenceindustries.com.au
- History (highlights):
Founded in 1984 by [[Trung Van Anh Dong. Employees are 60% Aboriginal Australians, 30% Vietnamese.
1985 Wins avionics service contract for RAAF F-18 Hornets.
1990 Australian Maritime Defence Industries subsidiary is created to win contract for refitting Adelaide-class frigates.
1992 ADI begins servicing all RAAF transport aircraft.
1995 ADI Power begins operating a research nuclear reactor at a company facility in Western Australia.
1996 AMDI awarded sole subcontractor status by Australian Submarine Corporation (see file 95B31E2A-168B-4919-B672-8E424AF5C9E3)
1999 ADI avionic upgrades applied to RAAF F-18 fleet
2007 Awarded contract to be major subcontractor on upgrade program for refitting F-18 fleet to F-18F SuperHornet standard.
2008 AMDI proposes Boomerang-class frigate designed for special forces support. Begins building HMAS Boomerang as prototype for the class ahead of Government approval.
2009 HMAS Boomerang begins sea trials in Indian Ocean.