Govan yard's pride in aircraft carrier

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Staff at Glasgow's Govan shipyard are working on one of the largest defence contracts ever placed in the UK.

The first Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier is part of the £5bn order for new aircraft carriers.

The project will reach a milestone when the largest section of one of the hulls is moved from Govan to Fife.

Alan Nicholson, a project manager at the BAE shipyard, spoke to BBC Scotland's Andrew Black.

Mr Nicholson said: "There's quite a bit of pride in this. The pride of being involved in such an iconic build".

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