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MCDONNELL DOUGLAS WINS DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING CONTRACT

 HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command awarded McDonnell Douglas a $5.4 million contract for continued technology development and testing activities for various Army space and strategic systems. If Option I is exercised, the contract could be worth more than $15.8 million.
 "This contract is a natural extension of the technology development work we've done in the past for the Army's Space and Strategic Defense Command," said Andy Bicos, program manager.
 "McDonnell Douglas is leading a team that will be developing and/or testing composite material airframes, kinetic kill vehicles, advanced heat shields, ceramic divert injectors, as well as other state-of-art components for Army systems."
 In addition, McDonnell Douglas will formulate technology development and test plans, and design, fabricate and test endoatmospheric and exoatmospheric weapons system components.
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 /CONTACT: Anne C. McCauley of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace, 714-896-6211/


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