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ECC International Corp. awarded $9.2 million Javelin anti-tank missile trainer order.

WAYNE, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 22, 1996--ECC International Corp. (NYSE:ECC) announced today the receipt of an order totaling $9.2 million from the joint venture company of Martin Marietta and Texas instruments, the developers of the Javelin Missile.

This order is the Third Low Rate Initial Production order for classroom and field tactical trainers, with field service support, and will be completed in approximately 18 months.

ECC International Corp. is a world leader in the design, research and production of simulators and related training programs for crew, operator and maintenance training. Through its headquarters and Instructional Systems Development Group in Wayne, PA; its Systems Design and Production Center in Orlando, FL; and through a wholly owned subsidiary, ECC Simulation Limited in Shoreham, England the company provides a wide range of products and services used by all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense and by armed forces in 25 foreign countries.

The company also manufactures a variety of glass front vending machines for the vending of beverages, frozen and refrigerated products.

CONTACT: ECC International Corp.

George W. Murphy, 610/687-2600


Kehoe, White, Savage & Co. Inc.

John P. Kehoe/Van Negris, 212/888-1616
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