Tactical Air Defense Services opens office in Huntsville, Alabama

CARSON CITY, Nev., 6 April 2013. AeroTech Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Tactical Air Defense Services Inc. (TADF; OTCQB:TADF) aerospace/defense services contractor and provider of tactical aviation services, aircraft maintenance, and other aerospace/defense services, has opened an office in Huntsville, Ala., in support of its contract with the U.S. Army Apache program.

For the initial four-month phase of the Apache contract, TADF intends to hire three full-time employees in Huntsville, of which it has already hired the first 2. Thereafter, TADF anticipates that it will need a minimum of five full-time employees in Huntsville to support the follow-on Apache contract.

“Huntsville, Ala., is recognized as one of the United States' principal centers for aerospace and defense technology, and is home to many of the U.S.'s leading defense contractors and the U.S. Army's Redstone Arsenal,” explains a spokesperson. 

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