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You may have seen the headlines about a company that was recently awarded a $6.2 million contract to provide engines to a company owned by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

The company’s owner was the former chairman of the Conservative Party.

The company’s name is DAFT and it has a long and storied history of supplying engines to the British military.

The story goes that DAFTs engines were used in the F-35 and in the Tornado jets and the F14 Tomcat.

The engine was originally designed to replace older engines in aircraft such as the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine.

But then, in 2007, the government of the United Kingdom asked Rolls-Roegers to replace the engine’s fuel cells.

The government said the new fuel cells were a major improvement over the old fuel cells, which were notoriously unreliable.

But the new engines were less efficient than the old engines.

DAFTS engine replacements cost the British government $6 million and the company received no compensation.

The contract was awarded by the U.K. Ministry of Defense, which had just awarded the contract to an Indian company.

In 2012, DAFTA announced that it would be retiring its engines.

It has been asked to provide replacement parts to DAFTC.com.

The U.S. Air Force and the Department of Defense have been asked by the DAFTE to help with the replacement process.

A spokesperson for the Air Force told RTE that DafT is currently “in the process of seeking a new supplier.”

It says that it has received no requests for engines and that it will provide engine replacement kits for any aircraft that is required.

Dafte told RTV that it plans to offer replacement parts for aircraft that it owns and operates, but that the U to the tune of $50 million is not the amount the company plans to invest in engines.

The engine replacement companies also said that they were in the process to offer engine replacement for any of the Dassault Rafale jets.

The aircraft was built by Dassault Aeronautique Internationale, which is based in France.

Dassault told RTR that it did not have any knowledge of the current situation with DAFTD and that the company would provide replacement engine kits for all Dassault planes.

A spokesperson for Dassault said that Dassault would be offering replacement engine parts to all customers of DAF TD and the DfT contract will continue to be honored.