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Gordon England to retire as president of Lockheed Fort Worth Co.

CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 1995--Gordon R. England, president of Lockheed Fort Worth Co. (LFWC) and a vice president of Lockheed Corp., will retire effective May, 1, 1995.

England, 57, is responsible for all domestic and international aircraft programs at LFWC, including the F-16 multi-role fighter.

"We greatly value Gordon England's contributions to Lockheed's success since our acquisition of the Fort Worth Company in March 1993. We respect his decision to retire and wish him well in his future endeavors," said Daniel M. Tellep, Lockheed's chairman and chief executive officer.

Tellep said a successor will be named shortly to provide continued strong leadership for all current and future LFWC programs.

CONTACT: Lockheed Corp., Calabasas

Paul Haney, 818/876-2468
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