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Military Surplus Purchasing - The Garden Law Firm, P.C.

Military Surplus Purchasing

Your Government counsel.™

The Garden Law Firm works with clients who are involved in the purchase of surplus military parts and assists these entities in ensuring that the Government offers surplus military parts for sale when appropriate, rather than being destroyed, and in obtaining the purchase of these parts through the Government or Government contractors.

The Garden Law Firm works with numerous clients who are involved in the purchase of surplus military parts.  These entities range from non-profit entities to corporations around the country.

The Garden Law Firm assists these entities in ensuring that the Government offers surplus military parts for sale when appropriate, rather than being destroyed, and in obtaining the purchase of these parts through the Government or Government contractors.  We recently obtained a decision by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals in Teton Historic Aviation Foundation v. US Dept. of Defense which reversed a trial court decision dismissing our client’s challenge to the Department of Defense’s classification of surplus military aircraft parts.  DoD had classified the parts so that they had to be destroyed rather than being eligible for sale to entities such as our client, who flies historic military jets to assist the government’s recruitment efforts.

We also assist our clients in educating members of Congress as to the important role that purchasers of military surplus parts play, whether it be through active use of historic military aircraft in airshows around the country or ensuring that the Government and friendly foreign nations have access to such parts if and when they are needed in the future.  In addition, these entities provide surplus parts to private companies who use military surplus aircraft in industries such as commercial lifting operations and logging.

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