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Michael Baker Int’l Awarded $838M for F-16 Foreign Sales Support; Kurt Bergman Comments

Michael BakerMichael Baker International will provide engineering, construction, training and operational support services to the U.S. Air Force worth up to $838 million under multiple three-year contracts.

The company said Tuesday that its subsidiaries KS International and Sallyport Global Services will work at the Balad Air Base in Iraq to help prepare F-16 aircraft purchased under foreign military sales agreements with the U.S.

“The contract’s extensive scope will allow us to provide a broad range of services from front-end planning, architecture, design and engineering services, to program and construction management, and airfield operations, ” said Kurt Bergman, CEO of Baker International

More than 5, 000 personnel will work to help manage water and power, maintenance, repair, flight operations and medical services.

Baker International will also refurbish base facilities and infrastructure such as communications and electronic security systems.

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