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Berry continues AFRICOM airlift support
Acorn Growth Companies subsidiary Berry Aviation will carry on providing rotary-wing and fixed-wing airlift support to US Africa Command (AFRICOM), in a 12-month $179 million option under the Trans-Africa Airlift Support IDIQ contract from US Transportation Command.
Berry will supply passenger, cargo, casevac, personnel recovery, aerial delivery and other services in Africa.
Berry Aviation supports all branches of the DoD with specialist aviation solutions, including passenger and cargo transport, aerial delivery, personnel recovery, casevac/medevac, ISR, NVG, UAS, training, maintenance repair and modification services.
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