USA: US Military Extends McRae Combat Boot Contract
Military boot maker McRae Industries Inc on Thursday said the US government had extended its combat boot contract in a move seen by some as a clear sign the country is set to go to war on Iraq. The North Carolina-based company said the contract, originally scheduled to expire on April 15, had been extended for a second time covering an ordering period from September 30 to December 30.
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