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LOCKHEED APPOINTS DANIEL J. WOLKENSDORFER TO TOP ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE SYSTEMS POST

 LOCKHEED APPOINTS DANIEL J. WOLKENSDORFER
 TO TOP ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE SYSTEMS POST
 CALABASAS, Calif., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Daniel J. Wolkensdorfer has been appointed Lockheed Corp. (NYSE: LK) staff vice president-anti-submarine warfare (ASW) systems.
 Wolkensdorfer, 59, succeeds Edward C. Waller, 65, who will retire at year-end.
 "We continue to see strong business prospects in the ASW arena as the U.S. Navy and other customers strive to stay abreast of technology advances that make submarines increasingly difficult to detect," said Daniel M. Tellep, Lockheed chairman and chief executive officer. "Dan's experience and technical skills make him extremely well qualified to lead us in this area."
 Wolkensdorfer, who retired from the Navy in January 1991 as a rear admiral, spent much of his 35-year career in ASW planning, acquisition, testing and operations.
 Wolkensdorfer holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Nebraska, a master's degree in physics from the U.S. Navy Postgraduate School, and is a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.
 Lockheed, headquartered in Calabasas, is a world leader in defense and space systems technology, designing and producing missiles, electronic systems, satellites and military aircraft, as well as providing a wide range of aeronautical, space, environmental and engineering services.
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 /CONTACT: Bob Slayman, 818-712-2468, or Scott Hallman, 818-712-2477, both of Lockheed/
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