Competition is fierce for Australia’s aerospace defense market, with BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin and EADS all lined up to thwart Boeing’s ambitions. To complicate matters, the various factions habitually cross party lines to team for work. BAE Systems Australia, for example, signed an agreement in late June with Lockheed Martin to partner on readiness and sustainment support for the F-35, and in another sector it is teamed with Boeing on providing systems for the Boeing 737 Wedgetail ...
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