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Ethanol to Fuel New Road Fleet for U.S. Air Force

June 4, 2008

WASHINGTON - A new fleet of off road vehicles in the U.S. Air Force will operate on E-85 fuel. MAG International Inc., the newest distributor of Flextek Flex Fuel Conversion technology, will help the Air Force meet its goal of reducing its exhaust emissions, according to http://domesticfuel.com.

The U.S. Air Force recently accepted MAG’s bid to provide a new fleet of off-road vehicles designed to reduce exhaust emissions. Reducing the exhaust emissions of its fleet is a major concern of the Air Force. The vehicles supplied by MAG will use Flextek technology to allow the vehicles to utilize emission reducing E-85 fuel.

As an OEM Flextek distributor, MAG will be marketing to military installations and other government facilities as well as private off-road vehicle purchasers including farms, refineries, stadiums, hotels, resorts, casinos, amusement parks, airports, building complexes, universities, and colleges.

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