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Defense contractor opens new Beavercreek office


Defense contractor MEI Technologies has opened a Beavercreek office to focus on providing best-value solutions and support to the U.S. Air Force, the company announced.

“By establishing a presence here in Dayton, we are fully committed to supporting the community, the future of the Air Force and its warfighters,” said Richard (Dick) Watters, deputy program manager and business development manager in Dayton.

MEIT, which has been around for 25 years, currently supports the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center community by utilizing its expertise and experience in engineering, information technology, modeling and simulation and program management.

The new Dayton-area office, at 4031 Col Glenn Hwy, Suite 140 in Beavercreek, is the sixth location for MEIT.



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