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December 21, 2012
11:32 EDTTXT, AIRMAir Methods enters agreements to purchase 42 new aircraft
Air Methods Corporation (AIRM) announced it has entered into agreements to purchase 20 Bell 407s, 10 Eurocopter EC130s, six Eurocopter AS350s, and six Eurocopter EC135s. These new aircraft will directly support Air Methods' commitment to maintaining a modern air medical fleet as well as future growth opportunities. Delivery of the aircraft will start in 2013 and continue into 2015. Bell Helicopter is a division of Textron (TXT).
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October 5, 2015
16:04 EDTAIRMAir Methods acquires San Antonio AirLIFE, terms undisclosed
Air Methods Corporation announced that it has acquired San Antonio AirLIFE, owned by Baptist Health System of San Antonio/Tenet Corporation, and Bexar County Hospital District doing business as University Health System.
14:43 EDTTXTTextron Systems awarded $17.4M contract from U.S. Army
Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems, a Textron business, announced it has been awarded a $17.4M Interim Contractor Training Support contract from the United States Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command to provide next-level training to the Afghan National Army for its four-wheeled Mobile Strike Force Vehicles. The contract has a 12 month period of performance. 621 MSFVs, based on Textron Systems' COMMANDO Select armored vehicle line, have been delivered to the Afghan National Army since 2012, with over 550 of these vehicles actively engaged in security operations in strategic locations across the country. The ICTS contract calls for the Textron Systems in-country team to provide on-the-job training and mentorship, enabling ANA personnel to perform detailed maintenance and repair actions to sustain its MSFV inventory. In addition to OJT vehicle repair and maintenance training, Textron Systems will continue mentoring and training the ANA on inventory and supply system activities, as well as developing and delivering program instruction manuals.
September 28, 2015
14:18 EDTTXTTextron business awarded $56.2M contract from U.S. Army
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