Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via Email Print Article Add PDF to Cart Write a CommentBy Sean TeehanThe U.S. The Department of Defense announced a $15 million contract for Windsor Locks-based UTC Aerospace to make components for fighter jets.UTC Aerospace, which is formally called Hamilton Sundstrand Corp., will make gear boxes, hydraulic starter motors and other components for F-16 jets between 2020 and 2025, according to DOD.
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