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Memorandum of Agreement - United Defense LP and Marine Corps Logistics Base

                         Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)


                               United Defense LP

                                    and the

                          Marine Corps Logistics Base


                         Installation Support Services

/s/ Gary C. McDonald                         /s/ L. P. Cole
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                                             L. P. COLE
for United Defense LP                        Commanding Officer
                                             Marine Corps Logistics Base
                                             Albany, Georgia
I. PURPOSE: This MOA establishes responsibilities of United Defense LP (UDLP)
in reimbursing the Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Georgia (Host) for
certain installation support services.

II. BACKGROUND: On 12 April 1999, the parties entered into Facilities Use
Agreement in conjunction with Contract Number M67004-99-C-0022. Under that
agreement, the Government will provide warehouse space onboard the installation
for use by UDLP in order to carry out the contract for Amphibious Assault
Vehicle (AAV) Reliability, Maintainability, Sustainability/Rebuild. This
property is identified as Building 1121, Bay 4 and includes 42,600 square feet
of warehouse space.

III. CONDITIONS: The following support and services will be provided to UDLP
on a reimbursable basis or as indicated.

1.    Communications. The Host shall allow connection to the main telephone
line, which services the installation at no expense to UDLP. UDLP will be
financially responsible for all costs associated with telephone line
installations, connections and/or modifications to existing lines, hardware
(telephones, switchboard, modems, etc.), repair, maintenance, monthly service
fees and related charges to the commercial provider.

2.    Custodial Services. The Host shall contract for janitorial services to be
performed in space occupied by UDLP such as administrative areas and restrooms.
UDLP will specify services to be performed in connection with the annual
custodial contract and will reimburse the installation for the annual contract
costs and any additional services requested from time to time.

3.    Emergency Ambulance Services. The Host shall provide emergency medical
services on an as requested basis. UDLP will reimburse the Host for direct labor
and material costs.

4.    Pest Control Services. The Host shall provide insect and rodent control
including but not limited to routine treatment of space assigned to UDLP. UDLP
will reimburse the Host for direct labor and materials costs.

5.    Facilities Maintenance. The Host shall provide routine maintenance,
alterations and repair as well as all emergency repair services. UDLP will
reimburse the Host for direct labor and materials costs.

6.    Hazardous Waste Disposal. The Host shall provide disposal of hazardous
waste. UDLP will reimburse the Host for labor and materials costs and any other
direct costs associated with disposal of hazardous waste.

7.    Refuse Collection and Disposal. The Host shall provide services for
collection and transportation of refuse to authorized landfill sites. Pick-up
services are provided on a weekly basis. Bulk (trailer) refuse will be
authorized by telephone and dumped at currently established rates. UDLP will
place trash and garbage in designated receptacles 
and maintain the general appearance of area near receptacle. All refuse
collection and disposal services will be reimbursed by UDLP.

8.    Utilities. The Host shall provide on a reimbursable basis the following
utilities for the UDLP occupied facilities: water, electricity, natural gas, and

IV. RATES: Reimbursements are based on private party rates established
annually. The following table provides current rates. UDLP will be given timely
notice of any changes.

              Description                                Unit           Cost per Unit
              -----------                                ----           -------------
Water                                                    KGN               $  .80
Electricity                                              KWH               $72.40
Natural Gas                                              ACF               $ 7.25
Sewage                                                   KGAL              $ 1.65
Entomology Services                                   Labor/Hour           $25.50
                                                      Materials          Actual Cost
Refuse Collection                                      Dumpster            $15.00
                                                    Cost per dump
Building and other Maintenance                        Labor/Hour           $25.50
                                                      Materials          Actual Cost
Emergency Ambulance Service                          As requested        Actual Cost
Hazardous Waste Disposal                             As required         Actual Cost
Custodial Services                                     Contract         $599.52/Month

V. ANNUAL ESTIMATE: Utilities usage (water, electricity, natural gas, and
sewage) have been tracked during the three-month period 12 April 999 to 12 July
1999. Reimbursable utility charges total $2,922.83. If utilities usage remains
constant at the rate of $2,922.83 per quarter, reimbursable utility charges
would total $11,691.32 per year. UDLP agrees to promptly pay for utilities and
all other services listed in this agreement for which it is billed.

VI. PAYMENT METHOD: Statements will be mailed to UDLP on a monthly basis
detailing expenses incurred during the preceding month. The Defense Finance and
Accounting Services (DFAS) handles all payment matters for the Host. Please
follow instructions sent with these monthly statements.
VII. CERTIFICATION/COORDINATION: The parties of this MOA may propose amendments
to this agreement. When agreed upon, an amendment will be prepared by the
originator and approved by the original signatories or their designees.
Termination of this MOA can only be accomplished with the consent of all parties
of the agreement. The period of performance for this agreement is 12 April 1999
to 31 December 2002. Continued services after 31 December 2002 will be
identified, negotiated and contained in a new or modified MOA effective with
signatures from both parties.

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