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UA-Huntsville gets $78M Contract - Work on Redstone Arsenal

11 Oct, 2009


The University of Alabama in Huntsville is getting a $78 million contract to do work on Redstone Arsenal.

Several students from schools across the region will make their way to the Rocket City to learn and produce technology for the entire country.

"It's the largest contract UAH has ever had," said Dr. Gary Maddux, Director of the school's Systems Management and Production Center.

Roughly $78 million from AMCOM across five years.

Money to continue research activities at UA-Huntsville in the realm of missile weapons systems.

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