LIMESTONE, Maine (AP) - The Maine Military Authority has won a $40 million contract to refurbish vehicles for the National Guard Bureau, allowing it to recall 24 laid-off workers.
Sen. Susan Collins, who made the announcement Tuesday, says the award is a testament to the talented work force and quality craftsmanship of the workers in Limestone.
The Maine Military refurbishes Humvees for the National Guard and active-duty military.
Created in 1997, the company has refurbished more than 14,000 of the military vehicles at the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone.
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