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Our divisions

DSTG is made up of nine divisions. See the links below for more information on the functions, projects, and personnel in each division.

To contact one of our divisions, visit our contact form page.

Our Divisions

One of the crowd pleasing aircraft displays at the Australian International Airshow at Avalon in Victoria is the RAAF F/A-18F Super Hornet.

Aerospace Division provides support and innovative solutions to enhance the operational capability, survivability, availability and safety of the Australian Defence Force's (ADF’s) aircraft platforms and reduce the cost of owning them.

Cyber and Electronic Warfare Division

Cyber and Electronic Warfare Division undertakes research and development focused on identifying, analysing and countering threats to Australia’s defence and national security through electronic means.

Intelligence, Surveillance and Space Division

Intelligence, Surveillance and Space (ISS) Division undertakes internationally-recognised research and development into technologies aimed at enhancing the national capability to produce accurate, relevant and timely actionable intelligence for both Defence and national agency decision makers.

Joint and Operations Analysis Division undertakes rigorous, scientifically-based analysis of Defence operations and capability to provide independent, impartial, timely advice.

A soldier (left) alongside a bushmaster vehicle.

Land Division provides an integrated program supporting Army and the Land environment.

Picture of a RAN frigate utilising the latest naval technology.

DSTG's Maritime Division provides technologies and scientific and technical (S&T) expertise to deliver the capability edge to the war fighter and enhance the operational performance and survivability of defence platforms in the maritime domain.

Photo of a staff member working on a model of the JSF aircraft in the Transonic Wind Tunnel.

Research Services Division delivers specialist capabilities to enable Science and Technology (S&T) research across the Defence Science Technology Group (DSTG).

Science Engagement and Impact Division is responsible for strategically positioning Defence Science and Technology Group to deliver maximum impact for Defence. The division co-ordinates and develops DSTG's external engagements and leads the development of science policy, the formulation of strategic research programs, and the investment of resources into Defence's science and technology capabilities.

Weapons and Combat Systems Division

Weapons and Combat Systems Division applies science and technology to the capability analysis, development and operation of weapon and combat systems relevant to the ADF.