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June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will offer several briefings for journalists at the 2013 Paris Air Show. These events will underscore Lockheed Martin's position as the world's leading global security company and a trusted partner for governments around the world, delivering innovative and affordable technology to customers in more than 50 countries.
Additional information about featured Lockheed Martin products is available on the Corporation's 2013 Paris Air Show website
www.lockheedmartin.com/paris. Schedule updates, news releases and reports on activities from the Lockheed Martin team will be added to the site throughout the show.
Interested individuals also are encouraged to get Lockheed Martin updates from
Paris on the Corporation's
Monday, June 1710 a.m. – 11 a.m.C-130 Super Hercules – Proven… and Still Proving ItPress Centre Room 2Presented by
Jack Crisler, vice president, Air Mobility, SOF and Maritime Business Development
The C-130J Super Hercules brief will highlight the C-130J worldwide fleet's recent milestone of 1 million fleet hours in
April 2013. In addition, the briefing will detail plans to surpass 2 million hours with emphasis on expanding new multi-mission variants. As the world's standard in tactical air mobility solutions, the C-130J is without equal in the skies, on the production line, in flexibility and in supporting the mission.
Wednesday, June 1910 a.m. – 11 a.m.MEADS: Moving Forward To Flight Test 2MBDA Main Chalet, B165Presented by
Gregory Kee, General Manager of the NATO MEADS Management Agency and
Marty Coyne, director of Business Development for MEADS International
Senior government and industry managers for the Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) will discuss completion of system development with a key flight test planned later this year; the outlook for continued participation by
Germany and other potential partners; and plans to leverage key MEADS capabilities for the U.S. Army's Air and Missile Defense Strategy.