DAYTON , Ohio, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MTC Technologies, Inc.
(Nasdaq: MTCT), an industry-recognized provider of aircraft modernization and
sustainment, professional services, C4ISR, and logistics solutions to the
Department of Defense and national security agencies, announced that the
Aerospace Integration Corporation (AIC), now Aerospace Integration Division
under MTC's Modernization & Sustainment Group, was awarded more than a dozen
contracts from various military and industry customers worth over
Under the task order contracts, MTC will provide modifications to specialized rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft for special operations and combat search and rescue aircraft; i.e., variants of HH-60s, H-47s, and C-130s. In addition to the modifications, MTC will provide various engineering, prototyping, trial installations, and kit proofing solutions for the aircraft.
"We are excited with this growth of our modernization and sustainment work," said Mark Brown , MTC President and Chief Operating Officer. "Many of our solutions are crucial to the mission success of our nation's Warfighters. We are proud to possess the expertise and capability to support our rescue and special operations forces military platforms."
MTC delivers Warfighter solutions involving systems engineering, information technology, intelligence, and program management services primarily to the Department of Defense. Cited by Forbes as 16th of the "25 Fastest Growing Technology Companies-2006," by Washington Technology as 55th in revenue growth among the "Top 100" of IT Federal Prime Contractors, and ranked 14th by Aviation Week & Space Technology as a "Top Performing Small Company," MTC employs approximately 2,900 people in more than 40 locations. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Dayton , Ohio.
For further information on MTC, visit the website at www.mtctechnologies.com.
SOURCE MTC Technologies, Inc.