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$164.4M for US Marine Corps Desert Camo Sets

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…And more will wearthem, proudly The Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, PA recently awarded a maximum of $165.4 million in firm-fixed-price contracts for Marine Corps desert camouflage blouse and trouser sets. This is an indefinite-quantity type contract with a base year that will expire on Nov 4, 2006, plus four more one-year options. There were 60 proposals solicited, and four firms responded. * American Apparel in Selma, AL won a maximum $98.6 million contract (SP0100-06-D-331). * Propper International Sales Inc. in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico won a maximum $66.8 million contract (SP0100-06-D-332). Nov 10 Addendum: Happy 230th Birthday to the US Marine Corps!

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