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Military Answers DDI 2008 <Clark/Martin>    Thejas More Military Ans More Military Ans ...................................................................................................................................................... 1 Military will buy from private contractors ............................................................................................................. 2 Jatropha Good ............................................................................................................................................................. 5 Non-Unique: Jatropha Not being used now ............................................................................................................ 8 Algae Bad (Blooms): Environment ........................................................................................................................... 9 Algae Bad: Expensive ............................................................................................................................................... 11 Algae Bad: Not feasible ............................................................................................................................................ 13 Algae: Biodivesity DA link ....................................................................................................................................... 14 1
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DDI 2008 <Clark/Martin>    Thejas Military will buy from private contractors 1. U.S. Military engaging in contracts with private companies now Lockheed Martin , 07-08-20 08 , “US Army Awards Lockheed Martin $36M Contract to Upgrade Battle Command System”, http://www.lockheedmartin.com/news/press_releases/2008/0708_mcss_upgrade-battle-command-system.html Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) announced today that it has been awarded an extension to continue developing portions of the Army Battle Command System for project manager Battle Command , located at Fort Monmouth, NJ. This mix of fixed/semi-fixed installations and mobile networks provides Army leaders at all levels with a virtual view of the battlefield-including real-time information on friendly and enemy forces. Lockheed Martin's work includes design, development, integration, test, training, and field service support. This follow-on contract is valued at $36M . "These systems are being used in the battlefield continuously," said John Mengucci, president of Lockheed Martin's IS&GS Mission & Combat Support Solutions. "We are excited to continue assisting the Army on this mission-critical program." Mengucci added that additional work will ensure that access to real-time operations and intelligence data remains constant for the warfighter. 2
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