Local defense contractor lands $67 million contract

MacAulay-Brown has long been known simply as “MacB.” THOMAS GNAU/STAFF

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MacAulay-Brown has long been known simply as “MacB.” THOMAS GNAU/STAFF

The Missile Defense Agency has awarded a Dayton-based defense contractor a five-year, $67.9 million contract for engineering, management and other services at locations across the country, according to the Department of Defense.

MacAulay Brown, Inc., will conduct the work to support the development and deployment of a ballistic missile defense system, according to the Defense Department.

The work will take place in the Washington, D.C., region, Virginia, Alabama, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Colorado and California.

The Missile Defense Agency is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.

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