Faced with a growing stockpile of aged aircraft engines, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) is pressing the military services to adopt long-term planning for repairs and multi-year contracts for spare parts. Those items top the business agenda for DLA's first Joint Services Engine Summit, taking place later this week in Jacksonville, Fla., said Dave Gay, who manages DLA's support for Air Force engines. The summit's focus builds on a six-year effort by the DLA and the Air Force to ...

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