Air Combat Command Picks MacB for Mission Planning Contract; Fred Norman Comments

120509-N-KQ416-056MacAulay-Brown has been awarded a $28 million contract to help the U.S. Air Forces Central Command plan missions and maintain infrastructures.

MacB will work to train, exercise, execute and evaluate mission responsibilities for USAFCENT staff members, MacB said Monday.

Fred Norman, senior vice president and general manager of MacB’s mission systems group, said the company would create programs, processes and projects intended to fulfill the contingency requirements of USAFCENT.

The company will also provide consulting and management services to USAFCENT personnel within the areas of joint operations, intelligence, logistics, information technology, air and space operations center operations and, contingency planning and supportive programs.

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