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WASHINGTON– An investigation into a $50 million contract for the publicity of the Air Force’s Thunderbird aerial stunt team.  A study compiled by the Department of Defense’s Inspector General found that the 2005 contract for the Thunderbird’s publicity was not obtained through open and fair competition.  For more details on the investigation, click here and return back to comment.

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