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LTV BOARD ELECTS NEW CORPORATE OFFICERS

 LTV BOARD ELECTS NEW CORPORATE OFFICERS
 DALLAS, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- David H. Hoag, chairman and chief


executive officer, said today that the LTV Corporation's (NYSE: QLTV) board of directors have elected several new officers of the corporation.
 K. C. Caldabaugh, formerly vice president and treasurer, has been elected senior vice president and chief financial officer. He succeeds James F. Powers, who will leave at the end of the year.
 Arthur W. Huge has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer of the LTV Steel Company. He will succeed Caldabaugh when a plan of reorganization is complete. Caldabaugh will continue with the company for an indefinite period in an advisory capacity.
 Glenn Moran, vice president and group counsel of the LTV Steel Company, takes on the additional responsibility of senior vice president and general counsel of the LTV Corporation. He succeeds G. Emmett Smith, executive vice president and general counsel, who will retire at the end of this month.
 Roger Dunn, currently senior vice president-human resources of the LTV Corporation, was elected senior vice president-salaried personnel and corporate affairs of LTV and LTV Steel Company. Julian Scheer, LTV's senior vice president-corporate affairs, will continue in that capacity until June 30, 1993.
 John Skurek, currently vice president-public affairs of LTV Steel, was elected vice president and treasurer.
 "With these appointments, we are assured of fulfilling our dual objective of managing the transition from our current Chapter 11 status, as well as addressing the long-term senior executive needs of the corporation," Mr. Hoag said.
 LTV is a diversified manufacturing company involved in steel and energy products.
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 /CONTACT: Charles M. Palmer of LTV, 214-979-7942/
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