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Perla Group International Inc. is an emerging leader in the international military, police and security solutions sectors. It was established with the vision to become the industry’s leading turnkey solutions developer and services provider. Perla Group’s success is built on a combination of the trust, backing and support of top industry specialists and a talented team’s unwavering commitment to service excellence. With its four divisions; Perla Aviation, Perla Armored Cars and Perla K-9 Services, it places Perla Group in a unique position to service many of its existing clients with value added services and attract key new clients. The company was founded in 2007 by entrepreneur, Charles D’Alberto, after having established himself in the market with a reputation of being first to market with innovative, “best of breed” products and services. Perla International Group is headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with regional offices in Dubai, UAE, and Kabul, Afghanistan and plans for offices to be established in Melbourne, Australia, and Lagos, Nigeria early in 2011. Perla Telecoms Group has positioned itself to be a total ‘turnkey’ solutions developer and provider. It will remain independent in this regard, as to have the ability to work with the many leading services providers in the industry. From large Telco’s to small SME’s, network integrators, military customers, and any company wanting a specialist solution or product. Perla Aviation – primarily in the Middle East, the division provides a host of aviation services include charters, sales and leasing of aircraft; aircraft repair and maintenance. Perla Aviation is the exclusive distributor for the AK1-3 helicopter known industry wide as the finest two seat helicopter available. Perla Armored Cars – While this entity specializes in armored VIP Mercedes Benz, it also offers 4 x 4’s, APCs, Cash in Transit, Buses and ATVs. The division has recently secured direct supply contracts with the US military, and has plans to expand rapidly with a view to invest in manufacturing facilities in both the Middle East and the USA. Perla K-9 Services – Through the world renowned Von Forell facilities in Melbourne, Australia Perla offers the finest breed dogs trained under the best in the industry. Perla K-9 services are utilized by law enforcement and as detection dogs. They conduct training seminars as well as tactical, anti-terrorism and security training services

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Airbus Helicopters reveals Racer high-speed demonstrator configuration – Charles D’Alberto

Airbus Helicopters, June 20, 2017 – Marignane – Airbus Helicopters has unveiled today at the Paris air show the aerodynamic configuration of the high speed demonstrator it is developing as part of the Clean Sky 2 European research programme.

Codenamed Racer, for Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft, this demonstrator will incorporate a host of innovative features and will be optimised for a cruise speed of more than 400 km/h. It will aim at achieving the best trade-off between speed, cost-efficiency, sustainability and mission performance. Final assembly of the demonstrator is expected to start in 2019, with a first flight the next year.

“Today we unveil our bold vision for the future of high-speed rotorcraft,” said Guillaume Faury, Airbus Helicopters CEO. “This new project, pulling together the skills and know-how of dozens of European partners through the Clean Sky 2 initiative, aims to bring increased speed and range at the right cost, thanks to a simple, safe and proven aerodynamic formula. It will pave the way for new time-sensitive services for 2030 and beyond, setting new benchmarks for high-speed helicopter transportation.”

The Racer demonstrator will be built around a simple architecture, ensuring safety and cost-efficiency. An innovative “box-wing” design, optimised for aerodynamic efficiency, will provide lift in cruise mode while isolating passengers during ground operations from the “pusher” lateral rotors designed to generate thrust in forward flight.

Optimised for performance and low acoustic signature, these lateral rotors as well as the main rotor will be driven by two RTM322 engines. An “eco mode” will be tested by the engine manufacturer to demonstrate an electrically-powered “start and stop” of one engine in flight, thus generating fuel savings and increasing range. The Racer demonstrator will also benefit from a hybrid metallic-composite airframe, specifically designed for low weight and low recurring costs. It will also be equipped with a new high voltage direct current electrical generation, which will significantly contribute to weight reduction.

Building upon the success of the self-funded X3 demonstrator, which validated the “compound” aerodynamic configuration – a combination of a traditional main rotor and innovative lateral rotors – the Racer project will bring this concept closer to an operational design and demonstrate its suitability for a wide spectrum of missions where increased speed and efficiency will bring significant added value for citizens and operators. This is especially the case for emergency medical services and search and rescue operations, as well as for public services, commercial air transport and private and business aviation.

About Airbus: Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2016, it generated revenues of € 67 billion and employed a workforce of around 134,000. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as Europe’s number one space enterprise and the world’s second largest space business. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civil and military rotorcraft solutions worldwide.

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Drones may help save lives faster than ambulance – Charles D’Alberto

London : Drones carrying defibrillators may help save lives of heart attack victims — by delivering a dose of electric current — four times faster than the time taken by an ambulance to reach the spot, researchers say.Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest has low survival, with reducing time to defibrillation as the most important factor for increasing survival.

For every minute that passes between a person collapsing due to cardiac arrest and defibrillation, the chances of survival decrease by 10 per cent, the study said.In the study, published by JAMA, the researchers simulated an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, and found that drones carrying an automated external defibrillator arrived in less time than emergency medical services, with a reduction in response time of about 16 minutes.

“Saving 16 minutes is likely to be clinically important. Nonetheless, further test flights, technological development, and evaluation of integration with dispatch centres and aviation administrators are needed,” said Andreas Claesson, from the Karolinska Institute, in Sweden.

An eight-rotor drone was developed and certified by the Swedish Transportation Agency. It was equipped with a defibrillator (weight 1.7 lbs), a global positioning system (GPS), a high-definition camera and integrated with an autopilot software system.

The drones were activated by a dispatcher and sent to a particular address with the defibrillator — that are designed to give spoken instructions so that any bystander can use them, further reducing the response time.The drones responded to 18 simulated cardiac arrests within a six-mile radius of their base, beating the ambulance every time with a median reduction in response time of 16:39 minutes.

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The Global Military Rotorcraft Market expected to reach US$26.9 Billion by 2027 – Charles D’Alberto

Unlike their traditional roles, rotorcrafts are being used as part of the comprehensive mission parameters, which calls for integration of advanced and multiple capabilities in rotorcrafts.

·         Global military rotorcraft market is expected to value US$17.9 Billion in 2017, and grow at a CAGR of 4.14%, to value US$26.9 Billion by 2027.

·         The cumulative global expenditure on military rotorcraft over the forecast period (2017-2027) is estimated at US$235.1 Billion.

·         The demand for rotorcraft is expected to be driven by the need to replace aging fleets and enhance capabilities pertaining to disaster relief operations.

·         Asia Pacific region is expected to account for the highest spending on rotorcraft globally, accounting for 37.2% of the market, followed by North America, which will account for 30.5%.

·         China’s growing assertiveness in territorial disputes with its neighbors, an ongoing arms race among Asian countries, and strong economic growth are the primary drivers of the region’s rotorcraft market, which is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.91%, to reach US$9.7 Billion by 2027.

Summary

Rapidly changing global security scenario and the growing importance of unconventional missions and urban warfare have resulted in change of roles for helicopters in the modern warfare strategies. Unlike their traditional roles, rotorcrafts are being used as part of the comprehensive mission parameters, which calls for integration of advanced and multiple capabilities in rotorcrafts.

Global military rotorcraft market is expected to value US$17.9 Billion in 2017, and grow at a CAGR of 4.14%, to value US$26.9 Billion by 2027. The cumulative global expenditure on military rotorcraft over the forecast period (2017-2027) is estimated at US$235.1 Billion. The demand for rotorcraft is expected to be driven by the need to replace aging fleets and enhance capabilities pertaining to disaster relief operations.

Furthermore, Military rotorcraft is being increasingly utilized in various types of operation such as patrolling, combat and peacekeeping. For example, in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Sudan military rotorcrafts were actively used for peacekeeping operations. They also play vital role in troop transportation, search and rescue, and reconnaissance roles.

The recent killing of Abu Sayyaf in 2015, who was one of the high level operatives of ISIS, possibly using an attack variant of UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter has proven rotorcraft’s role to be pivotal in military operations worldwide; governments are therefore taking note and reassessing their efficacy. Moreover, in 2010, the Pentagon invested twice as much of its US$808 million aviation science and technology budget on improving turbine engines than it did on all rotorcraft science and technology, and two and a half times as much on fixed-wing aircraft.

Asia Pacific region is expected to account for the highest spending on rotorcraft globally, accounting for 37.2% of the market, followed by North America, which will account for 30.5%. China’s growing assertiveness in territorial disputes with its neighbors, an ongoing arms race among Asian countries, and strong economic growth are the primary drivers of the region’s rotorcraft market, which is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.91%, to reach US$9.7 Billion by 2027.

Europe, which is the third largest market, is emerging from an economic crisis and is thus expected to witness only marginal growth over the forecast period; the region is expected to account for 17.1% of the total market. The Middle East region is expected to be one of the fastest growing markets for rotorcraft over the forecast period, with a CAGR of 5.37%, due to the huge demand from various countries buoyed by strong economic growth and robust modernization plans.

The report “The Global Military Rotorcraft Market 2017-2027” offers detailed analysis of the Global Military Rotorcraft Market over the next 10 years, and provides market size forecasts. Furthermore, it covers key technological and market trends in the industry, and analyzes factors influencing demand for military rotorcraft.

In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following –
– Overview: Snapshot of the military rotorcraft market during 2017-2027, including highlights of the demand drivers, trends and challenges. It also provides a snapshot of the spending with respect to regions as well as segments.

– Market Dynamics: Insights into the technological developments in the military rotorcraft market and a detailed analysis of the changing preferences of governments around the world. It also analyzes changing industry structure trends and the challenges faced by the industry participants.

– Segment Analysis: Insights into the military rotorcraft market from a segmental perspective and a detailed analysis of factors influencing the market for each sector.

– Regional Review: Insights into modernization patterns and budgetary allocation for top countries within a region.

– Regional Analysis: Insights into the military rotorcraft market from a regional perspective and a detailed analysis of factors influencing the market for each region.

– Trend Analysis – Key Defense Market: Analysis of the key markets in each region, providing an analysis of the military rotorcraft segments expected to be in demand in each region.

– Key Program Analysis: Details of the top programs in each segment expected to be executed during the forecast period.

– Competitive landscape analysis: Analysis of competitive landscape of the global military rotorcraft industry. It provides an overview of key defense companies, together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives and a brief financial analysis.

Companies mentioned in this report: The Boeing Company, Bell Helcopters, Sikorsky, Leonardo-Finmeccanica, Changhe Aircraft Industries, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Airbus Defence and Space, Embraer, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Korean Aerospace Industries, Russian Helicopters, MD Helicopters, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Enstrom Helicopters, Rolls-Royce, Helibras.

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Video shows helicopter’s frightening drop in altitude before emergency landing in Sydney park – Charles D’Alberto

A pilot is being hailed for saving the lives of his passengers after safely landing a helicopter in a suburban Sydney park.

Residents in Sydney’s northern beaches looked on in shock as the chopper made an emergency landing in Des Creagh Reserve, Avalon, this morning.

The pilot made a mayday call after the aircraft’s engines began surging.

Fearing catastrophic failure, he shut the engines down and managed to land the helicopter.

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Locals told 9NEWS the aircraft “sounded like a jet revving”, and video filmed by a witness showed the aircraft quickly dropping in altitude.

“It was going down so fast we were expecting some sort of fireball,” witness Andy Wigan said.

Passenger Nino Di Cuollo and his cousins were on the joy flight from Mascot to Palm Beach when the trouble struck.

“The pilot called out ‘brace, brace brace’ and I thought that’s it, we’re gone,” Mr Di Cuollo told 9NEWS.

“The last two metres the helicopter just dropped and just hit the ground, it was some drop.

“We owe our lives to him [the pilot].”

In a statement this afternoon, The Experiences Group confirmed one of its aircraft had been involved in a “precautionary forced landing”.

“All passengers and crew are safe and we are thankful to the careful responsive actions of our well trained pilot in command who made the appropriate decision on the day,” it said.

“Our passengers are being looked after and returned to Sydney by road.

“The company has an impeccable safety record over its ten year history, and dedicates significant resources to training and pilot education to enable safe management of situations such as today.

“No one was injured in the emergency landing and several emergency services and police officers attended the scene.”

Firefighters have created an exclusion zone around the chopper, which remains in the reserve.

It is expected to be removed by a crane or large helicopter onto a flat bed truck.

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Gulf blockade disrupts Qatar Airways flights – Charles D’Alberto

Dozens of Qatar Airways flights grounded as four nations close airspace, triggering fears for future of Gulf aviation.

Dozens of flights, a majority of which belonged to Qatar Airways, were grounded across the region on Tuesday [Reuters]

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have closed their airspace to Qatari aircraft on Tuesday amid a deepening diplomatic row, forcing Qatar’s flag carrier to re-route its flights over Iran, Turkey and Oman.

The decision by the four Arab nations to sever diplomatic ties and cut off sea and air links with Qatar has caused major disruptions to air travel across the Gulf and raised fears for the future of aviation in the region – home to several of the world’s major long-haul carriers.

The countries that launched the measures against Qatar have accused it of supporting “terrorism”, a claim Qatar has called “unjustified”.

More than 70 flights were grounded across the region on Tuesday, according to data from scheduling firm OAG. A majority of the flights belong to Qatar Airways.

Other airlines affected include Dubai’s Emirates, Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways, Saudi Arabia’s Saudia, and Bahrain’s Gulf Air, which have all cancelled flights to and from Doha.

Alexandre de Juniac, the director general of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has expressed concern over the blockade and called for more openness.

“We would like borders to be reopened, the sooner the better,” he told reporters at the group’s annual meeting in the Mexican city of Cancun on Monday. “Aviation is globalisation at its very best.”

Grounded

The departure terminal at Doha’s Hamad International Airport was virtually deserted early on Tuesday. More than 30 flights were shown as cancelled on airport television screens.

Qatar Airways, in a statement on its website, said passengers holding a confirmed ticket to any of the four Arab nations between June 5 and July 6 are permitted to rebook their flights up to 30 days after their current departure date.

The airline said its offices would continue to operate as normal in affected countries.

Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation, however, revoked the airline’s license on Tuesday and ordered its offices to be closed within 48 hours.

Qatar Airways could not be reached for comment.

Meanwhile, many of the airlines’ passengers were complaining online of delays in rebooking and obtaining refunds.

Analysts said the altered routes for Qatar Airways flights will lead to longer flying time, lowering demand, thus affecting the airline’s profits.

An image posted online by flight tracking group Flightradar24 showed the restricted routes Qatar Airways flights were taking because of the blockade. The aircraft were being forced to take a single flight path in out of Doha.

“Many of Qatar Airways’ flights to southern Europe and Africa pass through Saudi Arabia. Flights to Europe will most likely be rerouted through Iran and Turkey,” Flightradar24 said. “Flights to Africa may route via Iran and Oman and then south.”

‘Few winners’

The CAPA Centre for Aviation in Melbourne, Australia, in a report on Monday, saidthe Gulf diplomatic crisis has dealt a blow to public confidence in aviation and may have a far-reaching impact on the region’s airlines.

“There can be few winners,” the group said, adding that the crisis “has already created wider uncertainty for Gulf aviation and passengers whose bookings are months away”. 

The row between Gulf states is a fresh challenge for the region’s airlines at a time when US President Donald Trump is trying to restrict the travel of passengers to the US from some Muslim-majority countries.

US authorities have also banned the use of most electronic devices on board aircraft from some Gulf countries.

“Amidst growing security concerns and the existing laptop ban, passengers are unlikely to dig in to the reason for this ban. Gulf aviation becomes less attractive for all,” CAPA said.

IATA’s De Juniac meanwhile said profits and passengers have fallen sharply in the Middle East in recent months.

“There is growing evidence that the ban on large electronic devices in the cabin and the uncertainty created around possible US travel bans is taking a toll on some key routes,” he said.

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Bell 505 Jet Ranger X Achieves FAA Certification – Charles D’Alberto

PRESS RELEASE from Bell Helicopter

Dallas, Texas (June 8, 2017) Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, is pleased to announce that its Bell 505 Jet Ranger X has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The Bell 505 continues to surpass significant milestones – achieving type certification in December 2016 from Transport Canada Civil Aviation, then gaining production certification, and recently celebrating the first customer delivery.

“This is another significant milestone in our journey to market entry for the Bell 505,” said Mitch Snyder, Bell Helicopter’s president and CEO. “This aircraft incorporates the latest advancements in safety and aviation technology and we are extremely proud of our return to the short light single class of helicopters.”

Bell Helicopter will continue to work with other certification authorities around the globe. Through the flight test program, the Bell 505 underwent rigorous certification activities and achieved more than 1,000 flight test hours.  The Bell Helicopter Training Academy is also prepared for entry into service with customer training, and the flight training device and coursework are all on track.

“Customer response for the Bell 505 has been outstanding, and we look forward to seeing the aircraft perform all the various missions it’s equipped for around the world,” added Snyder.

The Bell 505 offers operators many advantages including the Safran Helicopter Engines (HE) Arrius 2R engine that incorporates the dual channel Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) that delivers exceptional performance and reduces pilot workload. A first-in-class fully integrated Garmin G1000H flight deck features dual 10.4-inch (26.4 cm) displays, which provide critical flight information for crews at a glance. Through Bell Helicopter’s high inertia rotor system, Bell Helicopter has demonstrated throughout the flight test program exceptional autorotation capability that is part of the Jet Ranger legacy.

With a speed of 125 knots (232 km/h) and useful load of 1,500 pounds (680 kg), the Bell 505 is designed to be safe and easy to fly while providing significant value to the operator. The customer-driven design of the aircraft places safety, performance and affordability at the forefront, blending proven systems with advanced technology and a sleek, modern design.

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First Ka-52 Aligator attack helicopter spotted in Russia – Charles D’Alberto

The first Ka-52 Aligator attack helicopter with desert camo of the Egyptian Air Force was spotted at the Progress factory in Arsenyev, Russia.

The first photo of Ka-52 of the Egyptian Air Force was released by Hammer Head.

Egypt’s Defence Ministry will get 46 Ka-52 Alligator combat helicopters in 2017-2019.

In September 2016, Egypt and Russia signed a training agreement, which will see Egyptian pilots train for the Ka-52 in Russia.

The Ka-52 is equipped with four hardpoints under its wings, which can take on laser-guided anti-tank missiles, rockets, air-to-air missiles, and laser-guided bombs. Powered by two VK-2500 turboshaft engines, the Ka-52K has a cruising speed of 260 km/h and a maximum speed of 300 km/h.  The Alligator has an operational range of 460 km and ferry range of 1,100 km.

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First Ka-52 Aligator attack helicopter spotted in Russia – Charles D’Alberto

The first Ka-52 Aligator attack helicopter with desert camo of the Egyptian Air Force was spotted at the Progress factory in Arsenyev, Russia.

The first photo of Ka-52 of the Egyptian Air Force was released by Hammer Head.

Egypt’s Defence Ministry will get 46 Ka-52 Alligator combat helicopters in 2017-2019.

In September 2016, Egypt and Russia signed a training agreement, which will see Egyptian pilots train for the Ka-52 in Russia.

The Ka-52 is equipped with four hardpoints under its wings, which can take on laser-guided anti-tank missiles, rockets, air-to-air missiles, and laser-guided bombs. Powered by two VK-2500 turboshaft engines, the Ka-52K has a cruising speed of 260 km/h and a maximum speed of 300 km/h.  The Alligator has an operational range of 460 km and ferry range of 1,100 km.

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Police to review helicopter operations even after province loses interest – Charles D’Alberto

Police to review helicopter operations even after province loses interest – Charles D’Alberto

U.S. Air Force Combat Rescue Helicopter Reaches Milestone, Paving Way for Assembly, Test and Evaluation – Charles D’Alberto

STRATFORD, Conn., May 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) today announced it successfully reached a key milestone – the Air Vehicle Critical Design Review (CDR) – for the U.S. Air Force’s Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) program. This event prepares the program to proceed to assembly, test, and evaluation of the HH-60W helicopter.

The Combat Rescue Helicopter, designed by Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, will perform critical combat search and rescue and personnel recovery operations for all U.S. military services. Artist rendering courtesy of Sikorsky.

The joint Sikorsky and U.S. Air Force (USAF) helicopter program team met in May with key partners from government and industry for an in-depth design review. Throughout the review, the CRH team successfully presented a design that participants were confident would meet system requirements.  Review participants included leaders from USAF and key suppliers who took part in the technical presentations.

“This milestone is an important achievement and demonstrates Sikorsky and the Air Force are well aligned on the technical requirements of the HH-60W,” said Tim Healy, Sikorsky CRH program director. “We got here by conducting several milestones on or ahead of schedule, and we are committed to staying on that track as we build the first HH-60W aircraft.”

In preparation for the CDR, the joint team generated more than 300 technical documents, created and reviewed over 50,000 hardware and software requirements, conducted 17 sub-system CDRs and designed 3,000 new parts. “The joint team did an outstanding job in documenting the design of the HH-60W,” said Jim Andrews, Sikorsky CRH chief engineer. “We are excited to enter the build phase as the team has leveraged digital design tools to generate manufacturing efficiencies that will reduce cost and schedule. This approach will lead ultimately to the HH-60W becoming the first Black Hawk derivative to have a paperless assembly line.”

The USAF awarded Sikorsky the $1.28 billion Engineering Manufacturing & Development (EMD) contract in June 2014, which includes development and integration of the next generation combat rescue platform and mission systems, delivery of four HH-60W helicopters, aircrew and maintenance training systems, and support for both. In January of 2017, the USAF exercised a $203 million contract option with Sikorsky to provide five additional aircraft, bringing the total to nine. The training suite includes devices that span full-motion simulators and discrete aircraft systems, such as hoist and landing gear.

The USAF Program of Record calls for 112 helicopters to replace the Air Force’s rapidly aging HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters, which perform critical combat search and rescue and personnel recovery operations for all U.S. military services.

The HH-60W is an advanced variant of the UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter design and features increased internal fuel capability for greater range. The CRH aircraft will feature GE T700-701D engines, composite wide-chord main rotor blades to sustain maneuverability at high density altitudes, and a new fatigue- and corrosion-resistant machined aero-structure to ensure reliability and availability to USAF operational units. The design includes an advanced Tactical Mission Kit integrating multiple sensors, data links, defensive systems, and other sources of intelligence information for use by combat rescue aircrews. The aircraft is designed with a weapons and cabin configuration specifically optimized for combat rescue and recovery operations.

“Conducting the Air Vehicle CDR demonstrates this helicopter system is well on its way to meeting the key program requirements of the Air Force,” said Dave Schairbaum, USAF, CRH System Program Manager. “Successful execution of the program is essential to meet the continued demanding personnel recovery mission in today’s challenging operational environment. We are working closely with Sikorsky to assure this newly designed aircraft meets the requirements, is affordable and is delivered on schedule to the warfighter.”

The CRH and USAF teams will meet again in September for the Training Systems Critical Design Review.

This press release contains forward looking statements concerning opportunities for development, production and sale of helicopters. Actual results may differ materially from those projected as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to changes in government procurement priorities and practices, budget plans, availability of funding and in the type and number of aircraft required; challenges in the design, development, production and support of advanced technologies; as well as other risks and uncertainties including but not limited to those detailed from time to time in Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

About Lockheed Martin
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 97,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.

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