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Delivery Of The First Contractual Step Of The nEUROn Program

by Staff Writers
Paris, France (SPX) May 30, 2006
Dassault Aviation and its partners Alenia, SAAB, EADS CASA, HAI and RUAG have delivered yesterday - ahead of the contractual timetable - the first nEUROn study to the Delegation Generale pour l'Armement, the programme's executive agency.

This first step is the preliminary technical definition of the project.

The nEUROn programme was notified on February 8th by the French Delegation Generale pour l'Armement to Dassault Aviation, Prime Contractor of the programme.

Dassault Aviation and its European partners Alenia, SAAB, EADS CASA, HAI and RUAG express their complete satisfaction on the implementation of the programme as well as on the quality of the relationship with the Government partners.

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