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$9.9M for University of Dayton to USAF-related R&D

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The University of Dayton Research Institute in Dayton, OH received a $9.9 million cost-reimbursement contract to provide and maintain strong materials and processes support and engineering capability to the Air Force on an immediate and long-term basis. A partial list of UDRI’s capabilities and foci can be found here. The program will develop new and emerging technologies that can be transitioned to the Air Force for support of current and future weapons and aircraft systems, remotely piloted vehicles, space systems, launch vehicles, missile systems, and static/mobile support equipment applications. Solicitation began June 2005, negotiations were completed August 2005, and work will be complete by January 2009. The Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH issued the contract (FA8650-05-D-5610).

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