Alliant Techsystems wins $30M ammunition contract

Eden Prairie-based Alliant Techsystems has landed a contract worth $30 million to supply ammunition to security forces in Afghanistan. It will be used by members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
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Eden Prairie-based Alliant Techsystems has landed a contract worth $30 million to supply ammunition to security forces in Afghanistan. It will be used by members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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