The former defence minister is the second Barisan Nasional leader to have his statement taken.
Mark Esper is the third man to lead the Pentagon in six months.
A top Boeing executive apologises for the crashes and says the priority of the company is to return the planes to service safely.
Ackman has concerns that the merger with Raytheon will lower the business quality of pro-forma United Technologies’ aerospace business.
Piracy, refugee crisis and big power rivalry in the South China Sea also listed as among the threats to the region.
The integration of civilian businesses with the military is too close making Huawei difficult to trust.
The order apparently posed a conundrum because the ship was undergoing repairs and would have been difficult to move before Trump arrival.
'Politics may be deciding factor' in choice of light combat aircraft from South Korea, India, Russia, Pakistan and Italy on offer.
The proposed sale comes after North Korea recently criticised South Korea's defence purchases from the United States.
The former defence minister says if the land swap mechanism brings no benefit to the military, the government should come up with an alternative solution.
Two views on getting military equipment - buy cheaper goods from certain countries, or trade palm oil for arms.
A defence expert speaks of threats to Malaysia's maritime security.
The prime minister speaks about past achievements and future plans for the defence ministry and aerospace industry.
Two of the light combat aircraft will put on aerobatic displays while a navy corvette is also coming for the defence show
The British defence and aerospace firm is positive on its outlook for 2019.
The defence secretary has yet to decide whether the wall is militarily necessary before money from the military construction budget can be used.
The event is targeting 60% defence and 40% commercial content, says Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu.
Their weapons are fast computers with vulnerability-analysis code, forensic software and special database-management tools.
Trade and strategic relations took centre-stage at a meeting between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Shinzo Abe during his two-day visit to Darwin.
Macron said the two leaders had spoken about what his office has portrayed as a misunderstanding.
He denies suggestion by defence counsel that he testified he could recognise the individuals involved because he feared he would otherwise be expelled by the Armed Forces.
The move comes amid ongoing international outcry over Saudi actions in Yemen.
These joint, US-South Korea military exercises were often criticised by North Korea.
Defence minister says despite cuts in allocations he will ensure armed forces are always in a prepared state.