Atec awarded multi-year Repair Contract by USAF for T-20 & T-21 Test Systems

Caroline Bennitt News

Warner Robins, GA (July 4, 2013) – The U.S. Air Force and Warner Robins ALC have awarded Atec, Inc. a 5 year repair contract for T-20 & T-21 type test stands worldwide.

“Atec is proud to be of service to our USAF/ANG warfighters and maintainers on this 5 year IDIQ contract to repair and maintain these intermediate engine test systems worldwide,” said Paul Fenley, President of Atec, Inc. “We value our role in supporting WRALC in its mission to ensure 100% readiness in engine test operations for the USAF, ANG and our Allies. Our team is recognized for delivering quality service and equipment. We are on the field, on-time, suited up and ready to play.”

Atec is committed to success on this program.

Field users are already using Atec’s 24/7 Toll-Free Hotline and email addresses for problem reporting and remote troubleshooting assistance.

Repair orders are well underway, including procurement, shipments and repairs. Atec has been in communication with the operating bases and WR-ALC to coordinate a total team approach. Atec Field Service Teams have already been on numerous air bases to support and repair the T-20/T-21 systems.

Atec, Inc. is a growing leader in turbine engine test facilities and equipment solutions. The company’s expertise in upgrading and repairing engine test cells, test stands, METS, fuel systems, adapter kits, and data acquisition & control systems is provided by 80 employees in Southwest Houston. Atec delivers quality products and services on time to the major aerospace primes, DOD, allies, airlines, MROs and major energy service firms worldwide. The company is 60 years old and certified to AS9100 Rev C and ISO 9001. For more information visit

Caroline Bennitt
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