Lockheed Martin Highlights Programs at Taipei Aerospace Technology Exhibition
TAIPEI, TAIWAN, 08/13/2003 -- Lockheed Martin Corporation [NYSE: LMT] will showcase its most advanced national defense technologies at the Taipei Aerospace Technology Exhibition (TATE) at the Taipei World Trade Center from August 14 to 17, 2003. Lockheed Martin will demonstrate its products and concepts at Booth number A506, including the following:
Radar Systems: Portable Search and Target Acquisition Radar (PSTAR); AN/FPS-117 and AN/TPS-77 Long-Range Air Surveillance Radars; AN/TPS-59 Missile Defense Radar; AN/APS-145 and GD-53/APG-67 Airborne Radars; and the Long-Range Digital Surveillance Radar Program
Laser-Guided Systems: Laser-Guided Bomb and Laser-Guided Training Rounds
Air and Missile Defense and Weapons Systems: Aegis Weapon System; Automated Air Defense System (AADS); PAC-3 Missile; Network Activated Short Range Air Defense System (NASRAD); Chaparral Short Range Air Defense Missile System; Hellfire II Missile; Low-Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) Navigation and Targeting Pod; the Longbow Weapon System; the Arrowhead Advanced Targeting and Navigation System for the AH-64 A/D Apache Helicopter; Hawkeye Target Sight System; and the Cobra Radar System
Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Capabilities
Aircraft: the Joint Strike Fighter aircraft and the P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft
"Lockheed Martin is pleased to return to TATE and meet with our present customers and potential partners to discuss our latest technology and programs," said Bob Young, president, Asia-Pacific region for Lockheed Martin. Young is one of several Lockheed Martin executives who will be available to meet with customers and members of the press.