Jacobs receives contract from Air Force Research Laboratory

  • 11-Mar-2010 08:16 EST

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received a three-year, $9.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s Airbase Technologies Division to perform research and development of technologies for deployed airbase infrastructure, force protection, and homeland defense operations. Jacobs will provide technical expertise to execute a comprehensive research and development program that includes the design, development, and testing of new protective structural systems and components. The new technologies aim to improve the physical protection of personnel from conventional and improvised explosive devices.

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