Australian naval shipbuilding: An ambition too far?

by Tim Fish

A view of Osborne North from May 2020 when work was under way to construct the submarine shipyard for the Attack-class boats. The buildings seen here include the land-based test facility and Lockheed Martin's CMS integration facility. It is not clear whether these will be demolished. ASC's Collins support facility can be seen on the left with the large ship assembly hall in the new Osborne South yard in the distance. (ANI)

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