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AWARDS

March 25, 1997

Allied Logistics Inc. of Ventura won a $297,112 contract from Kelly Air Force Base in Texas for clear visor lenses.

* HR Textron Inc. of Pacoima won a $282,359 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for refueling receivers, and a $43,992 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for valves.

* Litton Systems Inc. of Northridge won a $243,000 contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for display units.

* Llamas Plastics Inc. of Sylmar won a $216,950 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for movable canopies.

* Walker Engineering Enterprises in North Hills won a $216,805 contract from the Navy in Mechanicsburg, Pa., for retro sets.

* Talley Corp. of Oxnard won a $213,242 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for electric wire as well as power and distribution equipment.

* Puroflow Corp. of Van Nuys won a $155,248 contract from Kelly Air Force Base in Texas for engine accessories and a $57,950 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for engine accessories.

* Litton Systems Inc. of Woodland Hills won two contracts from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio--one of $147,798 for digital microcircuits and one of $50,175 for contact assemblies, plus a $76,400 contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for circuit card assemblies, and a $31,005 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for light box assemblies.

* Airborne Product Support Inc. in Camarillo won four contracts from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va.--one of $132,800 for aircraft skins, one of $45,362 for gear pan assemblies, one of $39,130 for structural panels and one of $37,290 for panel assemblies.

* Robison-Prezioso Inc. of Stanton has been awarded a $123,900 contract from the county of Ventura to re-coat Mountain Meadows Reservoir No. 1 in Moorpark. The project, one-fourth of a mile south of Havencrest and Silvercrest streets, involves cleaning and re-coating the interior and exterior surfaces of the reservoir to extend the life of the tank and improve water quality for customers. The project was to begin this month and be completed by May 14.

* Blast Mor Industries Inc. of Oxnard won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration in Fort Worth, Texas, for maintenance and repair shop equipment.

* Special-T Fasteners Inc. of Chatsworth won four contracts from the Defense Industrial Supply Center in Philadelphia--one of $105,000 for hardware and abrasives, one of $59,160 for internal wrenching bolts, one of $34,840 for self-locking nuts, and another of $31,798 for internal wrenching bolts, plus a $99,988 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for weapons.

* Whittaker Corp. of North Hollywood won a $98,770 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for alternating current motors, and four contracts from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio--one of $66,980 for quick-disconnect coupling assemblies, one of $46,410 for valves, one of $35,145 for plug valves and one of $25,380 for pistons.

* Whittaker Corp. of Simi Valley won a $93,900 contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for electrical counters.

* Hydra Electric in Burbank won contracts of $93,668 and $33,121 from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for pressure switches.

* Dow-Key Microwave Corp. of Ventura won a $91,375 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for radio frequency transmission line switches, and a $57,570 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration in Des Plaines, Ill., for salvage services.

* Senior Flexonics Inc. of Burbank won an $82,076 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for tube assemblies.

* G & H Technology Inc. of Camarillo won a $79,900 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for electrical receptacle connectors.

* ITT Fluid Technology Corp. of Valencia won two contracts from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio--one of $73,723 for fuel shut-off valves and one of $49,747 for gate valves, and a $52,447 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for direct-current motors.

* Air Master Products Corp. of Chatsworth won a $57,934 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for sewage comminutors.

* CAL-WEST-FAB Inc. of Chatsworth won a $51,300 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for nose assembly fuel tank shells.

* Symetrics Inc. of Newbury Park won a $50,805 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for quick disconnect coupling halves.

* Castle Precision Industries in Sylmar won a $49,950 contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for aircraft components and accessories.

* Cal-June Corp. of North Hollywood won a $48,150 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for unicellular plastic ring buoys.

* Mason Electric Co., a subsidiary of Esterline Technologies Corp., in San Fernando won $47,475 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for toggle switches.

* Whittaker Electronics Systems in Simi Valley won a $40,020 contract from the Navy in Mechanicsburg, Pa., for circuit card assemblies.

* Flight Logistics Inc. of Valencia won a $38,913 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for inboard spoiler rib actuators.

* Keaster Products in Van Nuys won a $35,650 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for flotation bags.

* HR Textron Inc. of Valencia won a $35,114 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for cylinders.

* Standard Armament Inc. of Glendale won a $34,125 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for ammunition chute assemblies.

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