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E-SYSTEMS AWARDED OPTIONS OF $70.5 MILLION ON FAA CONTRACT

 DALLAS, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- E-Systems Greenville (Texas) Division has been awarded $70.5 million in options for two additional medium-size/medium-range aircraft and one large-size/long-range to be used by the Federal Aviation Administration for flight inspection missions. The FAA has statutory requirements to perform navigational aid flight inspection in support of the National Airspace System and the Department of defense.
 E-Systems is currently under contract with the FAA for $63.6 million, awarded in January 1993. With the addition of the options, the current contract value brings the total to five aircraft at a value of over $135 million.
 The total contract, with options, is worth over $400 million, exercisable through fiscal year 1996, and will include 11 additional aircraft and associated support systems. This program is part of a four-year plan to upgrade the FAA aircraft inspection fleet.
 E-Systems is a major worldwide developer and producer of electronics systems and products in the areas of intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance systems, command and control, specialized aircraft maintenance and modification, guidance, navigation and control, communications and data systems.
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 /CONTACT: John E. Kumpf of E-Systems, 214-392-4923/


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