In Sydney today, AMOG Pty Ltd signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Thales to provide Systems Engineering in support of Thales’ bid for the LAND 159 / LAND 4109 Program. Part of a sustained investment in Australian Army defence capabilities, this program is for the acquisition and through life support of small arms and direct fire weapons support systems.

AMOG is very proud to continue our long association with Thales and join them on this bid to provide new equipment and systems to enhance the fighting capability of our troops on the ground.” AMOG CEO, Ben Clark.

With Thales one of three shortlisted companies, it is anticipated that the full Request For Tender (RFT) will be released in early 2020, as part of a staged program spanning a number of years.

AMOG has worked with Thales for over 15 years on multiple programs, including the recently announced sonar test facilities being investigated in Tasmania, and research into stealth technology for submarine periscopes and optronic masts.


For further information, please contact:

Melaina Oldham, Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager at AMOG, or

Alasdair Cameron, Director Public Affairs, Thales