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United Industrial’s AAI Services Lands $14.9M C-17 Maintenance Trainer Deal

AAI Services will build and deliver trainer by October 2010

by Rodney Pringle

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United Industrial Corporation announced that its wholly owned subsidiary AAI Services Corporation has been awarded a $14.9 million contract modification by the U.S. Air Force to produce an additional maintenance trainer in support of C-17 Globemaster III fleet readiness. Under the award, AAI services will build an aircraft maintenance trainer for delivery to Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, in October 2010. The work will be performed by AAI Services in its Charleston, S.C. facility. The new order is an option provision to the contract awarded in December 2006 and completes the training suite for the C-17 maintenance trainer center at Hickam. In addition to the aircraft engine maintenance trainer, the center will receive two other maintenance trainers ordered earlier from AAI services. Previously, AAI Services provided C-17 maintenance trainer devices to Air Force transport squadrons at Charleston Air Force Base in South Carolina, McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey and McChord Air Force Base in Washington.

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