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Victoria, Queensland to battle for $5 billion contract for military factory jobs - ABC Online

Melbourne's former Holden factory would become a plant for high-tech war machines, creating hundreds of jobs, under a bid put forward by a defence manufacturer and backed by the Victorian Government. BAE Systems hopes to build 225 Land 400 AMV35 ...and more »

BAE to establish defence hub at Fishermans Bend - Australian Defence Magazine

BAE Systems Australia will build a world class defence hub in Victoria, consolidating the company's Victorian maritime, aerospace and land businesses into a single facility at the long time defence precinct of Fishermans Bend. The company wants the hub ...and more »

Victorian government proposes military vehicle production at old Holden site - CarAdvice

The Victorian state government and defence company BAE Systems want to build a fleet of next-generation military vehicles at the former Holden site in Melbourne's inner-west. 43SHARES. facebook · twitter · mail · google plus. Victoria's Andrews ...and more »

LAND 400 tenderer unveils defence hub location - Defence Connect

Global defence giant BAE Systems has affirmed its LAND 400 proposition, unveiling today the state where it will base its operations. BAE Systems Australia has announced plans to combine its Victorian maritime, aerospace and land businesses into a ...and more »

War over armoured vehicle contract heats up - The Australian Financial Review

The Turnbull government faces a choice between throwing a lifeline to Victoria's car sector or creating hundreds of jobs in marginal seat rich Queensland when it awards a lucrative $5 billion contract to manufacture armed combat vehicles for the army.and more »

Defence contractor to build 225 combat vehicles in Melbourne if it wins $5 billion contract - The Age

Defence contractor BAE Systems will build 225 combat vehicles at the old Holden factory in Melbourne if it wins a $5 billion contract. The company is one of the two short-listed bidders for the AMV35 military vehicles, and BAE Systems has chosen ...and more »

BAE picks Victoria for Land 400 bid - The West Australian

Melbourne's old Holden factory could be back in action by 2020 building combat vehicles, if defence giant BAE Systems wins a $5 billion contract. The company is one of two short-listed bidders to produce the Land 400 AMV35 military vehicles, and has ...and more »