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Engility Subsidiary wins $22.2M in Task Orders to Support USAF Unmanned Aircraft program

Engility blackEngility Holdings, Inc., yesterday announced that its subsidiary Dynamic Research Corporation has won modifications to two task orders totaling $22.2 million to provide support to the Medium Altitude Unmanned Aircraft Systems (MAUAS) division at the Wright-Patterson Airforce base.

Under these task orders Engility will work extensively at Wright-Patterson AFB among other locations, providing services that will include logistics and project management, product and quality assurance, acquisition support, foreign military sales program management and electrical-mechanical engineering.

“We are very pleased to win these two awards, ” said Engility President and CEO Tony Smeraglinolo. ”We appreciate the confidence the U.S. Air Force has shown in the outstanding work of the Engility men and women who have been supporting the MAUAS Division and its critical missions.”

Engility will support flight and ground test activities, weapons integration, flight operations scheduling and logistics management.

The task orders has a total value of $22.2 million, which includes a nine-month base value of $13.1 million and two additional three-month option periods.

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