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The Modernized Hellfire Universal Test Set installation team from the Redstone Test Center has been recognized for a job well-done in Egypt.

The team, which consists of Army engineer Brian Rivers from RTC’s Advanced Test Instrumentation Products Division, as well as contractors Danielle Finch, Jacob Saltich and Jeremiah Clark, received a letter of appreciation from the Aviation and Missile Command Security Assistance Management Directorate upon their return from Egypt.

SAMD expressed appreciation for work the RTC team performed during a mission to Egypt from Feb. 24 to March 7 to support the installation of the Egyptian Air Force’s MHUTS.

A letter was presented to the team on behalf of Waldemar Ramirez, international program manager from AMCOM’s Security Assistance Management Directorate JAMS branch.

Ramirez said the team’s skill, expertise and dedication helped ensure the successful installation of the test set and the training of Egyptian Air Force personnel.

“The RTC MHUTS team was instrumental in the mission to install and train the Egyptian Air Force on the Modernized Hellfire Universal Test Set in the country of Egypt,” Ramirez said. “The aforementioned individuals’ efforts and professionalism ensured our mission’s success, solidified our relationship with the Egyptian Air Force and furthered the capability of ensuring the strategic interest of the EAF are maintained.”

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