Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Ted was wrong. Part 27.

From the Cincy Enquirer:
BAE Systems'vehicle armoring operations in West Chester cut another 180 jobs Tuesday, bringing its total job cuts since early March to 480.

BAE said the new cuts were triggered by the wind down of some long-term defense contracts such as the Army’s armored Humvee program and the overall weak economy.

“This was a very difficult decision, and was not one that was made lightly,” said Don Dutton, vice president of BAE’s Security & Survivability unit which operates three plants near Port Union Road.

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