Hunter jobs created for major Varley Defence Department contract

Ian Kirkwood
November 22 2018 - 5:00pm
GO ANYWHERE: One of the Varley deployable cabins being used by the RAAF for in-field operation of the Joint Strike Fighter. Picture: Department of Defence
GO ANYWHERE: One of the Varley deployable cabins being used by the RAAF for in-field operation of the Joint Strike Fighter. Picture: Department of Defence

 THE federal government has announced acceptance of the first two “deployable cabins” for the RAAF’s F-35A Joint Strike Fighters, built at Tomago by Varley.

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Ian Kirkwood

Ian Kirkwood

Journalist

Reporting journalist at the Newcastle Herald since 1987. Editorial writer, general reporter, industrial relations, industry and coal.

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