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Australian Missile Corporation

The Australian Missile Corporation is a subsidiary of NIOA, formed to support the Commonwealth Government’s establishment of the Sovereign Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance (GWEO) Enterprise. Since its founding, the AMC has formed collaborative partnerships with more than 320 organisations from within Australia and around the globe, including state governments, academic institutions, Australian Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and large Australian and International companies.
 

Our Mission

The AMC’s mission is to provide the Australian Defence Force (ADF) with the guided weapons and explosive ordnance it will need to prevail on the battlefield. We will rapidly establish and coordinate the delivery of guided weapons research, design, test, manufacture, sustainment, training, storage and disposal activities across Australia.

Our vision for the Sovereign Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance Enterprise is centred on responsiveness to ADF needs, acceleration of sovereign capability and efficient and resilient supply.

 

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Australia’s strategic intent

On 5 April 2022, the Morrison Government officially announced Raytheon Australia and Lockheed Martin Australia as its initial industry partners in the $1 billion Sovereign Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance Enterprise.

Three Australian-based companies – The Australian Missile Corporation, The Sovereign Missile Alliance and Aurecon Advisory – will support the prime contractors as sovereign industry partners of the Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance Enterprise.

The Minister for Defence the Hon Peter Dutton MP said  “Australia’s strategic environment is becoming more complex and challenging, the Indo-Pacific now sits at the epicentre of global strategic competition,” 

“It is imperative that we work closely with like-minded countries and industry partners to develop a more capable military force to defend Australia."
 

How to get involved

The AMC continues to strengthen as a growing consortium of partners interested and aligned to Defence’s vision to build a sovereign, sustainable and industry-led Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance Enterprise. We intend to leverage the strengths of all partners through a collaboration business model. New partners, including state governments, academic institutions, Australian SMEs and large Australian and International companies are welcome and continue to join the AMC.

The AMC invites all interested stakeholders to register their interest HERE or by emailing your information to enquiries@amc.com.au