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PODCAST: Maintaining a strong Australian identity within defence, Vince Di Pietro and Neale Prescott, Lockheed Martin

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Having doubled their employees since 2016 and further growth expected in the coming years, partly as a result of the pending arrival of the F-35 in Australia, Lockheed Martin is continuing to add to Australia’s thriving defence sector while still holding strong to their Australian identity.

Having doubled their employees since 2016 and further growth expected in the coming years, partly as a result of the pending arrival of the F-35 in Australia, Lockheed Martin is continuing to add to Australia’s thriving defence sector while still holding strong to their Australian identity.



In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, chief executive of Lockheed Australia Vince Di Pietro and business development director for Lockheed Martin RMS Neale Prescott join host Phil Tarrant to further discuss the company’s contribution to the Australian economy and to unpack the changes that have aided its growth.

They will discuss the work they are completing, which is set to integrate Lockheed’s technological systems across all defence platforms while also analysing the current combat systems used across everything from submarines to within the Future Frigate program and the upcoming F-35s, and the jobs that the integration of these systems are creating for Australian workers, both in the major hubs and regional centres.

Enjoy the podcast,

The Defence Connect team

 

PODCAST: Maintaining a strong Australian identity within defence, Vince Di Pietro and Neale Prescott, Lockheed Martin
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Listen to previous episodes of the Defence Connect podcast:

Episode 235: Inside Defence: 18 November 2020
Episode 234: The Defence Connect 2020 Australian Defence Industry Awards Finalist Showcase – Engineer of the Year
Episode 233: The Defence Connect 2020 Australian Defence Industry Awards Finalist Showcase – SME of the Year (Metro)
Episode 232: The Defence Connect 2020 Australian Defence Industry Awards Finalist Showcase – Naval Business of the Year
Episode 231: INSIGHT: Assessing the impact of the next President – Stephen Loosley AM, Visiting Fellow, United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney
Episode 230: INSIGHT: Australia, Indonesia and the opportunities of south-east Asia – Ben Bland, director, Southeast Asia Program, Lowy Institute
Episode 229: PODCAST: The art of persuasive bid writing and communicating in defence industry – Dr Rodger Manning and David Harvey, BidWrite
Episode 228: PODCAST: Celebrating 100 years with eyes firmly set on the future – Brendon Pett, operations manager trans-Tasman defence & national security, Beca
Episode 227: PODCAST: How RBI Hawker is innovating in APAC – Ian D’Arcy, Hawker Pacific
Episode 226: PODCAST: Building interoperability amid adversity – Captain Phillipa Hay, Royal Australian Navy

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