November 20, 2018

Border Relay for Life – ATS participants

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Albury ATS employees Tracey & Yashi and Tracey’s children, participated in the Border Relay for Life 2018 on Saturday & Sunday 27 – 28 October.   An amazing 197km was walked by the small team ‘Wacky Walkers’ with Tracey walking 76km, Yashi 34km, Gabi (13yrs) 50km and Carla (11yrs) 37km.  Family, friends and colleagues joined the team during the day and night to support and encourage our efforts and generously assisted the team to fundraise approx. $600.00
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ATS was invited by Army Headquarters to showcase its Live Fire Range in a Box (LFRiB) at Army Innovation Day (AID) 2018 held at ADFA recently. Heralded as an AID success story, the LFRiB is a fully deployable and immersive live fire range fitted with an interactive video target system. The Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Rick Burr, enjoyed the opportunity to engage realistic video scenarios using the new Thales EF88 / F90 EF90 and
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November 6, 2018

Operation Jaywick Route follow

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Recently ATS General Manager, Tony Crilly took part in retracing the route, marking the 75th Anniversary of Operation Jaywick, the expedition was hosted and lead by TAG International.  Tony’s link to the operation is that his father CPL Andrew Crilly MM, was the fourteenth member. The expedition commenced at Panjang island and retraced the steps to Subar Island (the Line of Departure for the attach).  The finish point for the expedition was the Singapore Yacht
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Life as a piece of Range Live Fire Targetry equipment can be a dangerous one, but with ATS Target Technicians on hand, even getting shot isn’t the end of the line. A busy training period for the Australian Defence Force has resulted in some spectacular damage to targetry equipment. ATS Target Technicians have been busy reconstructing mechanisms that have been torn apart by mortar rounds that have landed a little too close; diagnosing and undertaking
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ATS was pleased to be the major sponsor of the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA), Action Pistol, National Championships held in Canberra over the weekend. This competition involved competitors from across Australia vying for National Team selection by shooting four different Action Match disciplines — Plates, Mover, Practical and Barricades — across Production, Metallic or Open gun categories. The ATS Sponsored shooters performed brilliantly, with Mark Blake placing first and Cherie Blake placing second
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