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September 4, 2011 5:31 PM

Workers who built equipment for bin Laden raid may be let go

In May, after the world learned that U.S. military Special Forces had found and killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, workers at Bluegrass Station in Lexington celebrated. But now, three months later, hundreds of workers at Bluegrass Station, where Lockheed is doing work that is part of a 10-year, $5 billion contract awarded last year to modify a variety of equipment for Special Forces, have learned they might be let go at the end of September.

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