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Wyle, Northrop Grumman Team for Air Force Work

Wyle and Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) teamed for work on a pair of deals worth almost $2 million under the Air Force’s A-10 Thunderbolt Life-cycle Program Support ID/IQ.

The first task order covers work on the A-10’s operational safety, suitability and effectiveness program.  The second, called the Critical Safety Item Technical Deficiency Improvement activity, will focus on correction critical safety item technical and acquisition data deficiencies.

“Wyle is very pleased to have the opportunity to team with Northrop Grumman and Rowan Catalyst, ” said Bert Johnston, vice president and general manager of Wyle’s Aerospace Group technology and test division. “We’re ready to assist the A-10 community and the U.S. Air Force with working these two critical tasks.”

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