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$20M to Fund Test Equipment Reallocation for C-17s

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Boeing subsidiary McDonnell Douglas Corp., Long Beach, CA received a $20.1 million cost-plus incentive-fee contract modification. This contract provides for the new C-17 Automatic Test Equipment distribution plan approved by HQ AMC, which requires a reallocation to two C-17 Automatic Test Equipment stations each from McChord Air Force Base, and Charleston Air Force Base to be distributed between March ARB, Hickam Air Force Base, Dover Air Force Base, and Elmendorf Air Force Base....

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