Air Force awards three contracts

Air Force officials announced today they awarded three contracts worth up to $75 million to provide advisory and assistance services to the service's Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, Fla.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts call for officials at Blackhawk Management, TCS Design and Management Services and WinTec Arrowmaker to deliver engineering and technical support, management and professional support, and studies, analyses and evaluation services through 2009, according to a Dec. 13 Defense Department contract's statement.

Officials at Air Force Special Operations Command started the solicitation in July. They completed it in November, according to the DOD statement.

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