Oshkosh Corp. union votes to reopen contract talks
Union workers at the Oshkosh Corp. have voted to reopen contract extension talks with the company to help win a military contract.
WLUK-TV reports union officials say members voted Tuesday to reopen talks.
The current union contract expires in 2016.
Oshkosh Defense says it needs a five-year extension in place in order to compete for a contract to build a military vehicle.
This is the second time this summer union workers have been asked about an extension. No agreement was reached in July.
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