US Air Transport Assn. and the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Energy Support Center last week signed a strategic alliance agreement designed to spur the development and deployment of alternative aviation fuels. "We have a level of commitment that's truly unparalleled," ATA CEO James May said of the partnership, which will "commence immediately." The alliance will form three teams--environment, deployment/logistics and contracting/finance--composed of ATA and DESC representatives. ...

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