Air Force lab taps Anteon for testing help

The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded Anteon International Corp. a $9.9 million contract to support the Aeronautical Science Advanced Technology Assessment Program.

Under the six-year contract, Anteon will maintain the aircraft divisions within the program at the Dayton, Ohio, lab. A team of Anteon contractors will assess the best technologies to use for propulsion integration, weapons integration, rapid prototyping, advanced vehicle design and software modernization.

The research lab oversees the Air Force's annual $1.2 billion science and technology program, including basic, exploratory and advanced R&D.

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