LAND 400 Phase 2 will deliver the Australian Army 225 highly-capable combat reconnaissance vehicles (CRVs) to replace the aging ASLAVs in a project worth $4-5 billion dollars.
With the decision on the successful tenderer imminent, industry awaits with anticipation on the news whether BAE Systems Australia with its AMV35 or Rheinmetall Defence Australia with its Boxer CRV, will land the contract.
Join host Phillip Tarrant in this special episode of the Defence Connect Podcast as he speaks with Brian Gathright, vice president of business development at BAE Systems Australia – the executive leading the prime’s campaign to secure the LAND 400 Phase 2 contract.
Enjoy the podcast,
The Defence Connect team.