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MICRODYNE'S HARPLE RESIGNS FROM OCALA POST

 MICRODYNE'S HARPLE RESIGNS FROM OCALA POST
 ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Microdyne Corporation


(NASDAQ: MCDY) today announced that Ocala facility President and board member Kennedy G. Harple has resigned from the corporation effective Nov. 1, 1991.
 Harple stated that, following the successful merger of Microdyne and Federal Technology Corporation last June, he is interested in pursuing other opportunities. The company has not yet filled Harple's seat on the board.
 Philip T. Cunningham, Microdyne chairman, stated that Harple had been a key participant in bringing the two companies together. "Ken played a vital role in the process. He skillfully managed the merger and swiftly effected the consolidation of the Ocala operations. His contributions are appreciated, and we wish him success in his new ventures," said Cunningham.
 Microdyne's Ocala facility houses the company's telemetry and satellite communications divisions and primary manufacturing facilities for networking products.
 Microdyne Corporation is a leading integrator of computer and communications systems for commercial and government customers. Microdyne specializes in the design, engineering, integration, installation and service of microcomputer systems, local and wide area networking, and telemetry and satellite communications products.
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 /CONTACT: Brian R. Olson of Microdyne, 703-739-0500, or Mark Cohen of Cameron Associates, 212-683-4545, for Microdyne/
 (MCDY) CO: Microdyne Corporation ST: Virginia IN: SU: PER CK-TS -- NY027 -- 2942 11/11/91 10:16 EST
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