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Broward County Convention Center Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., from February 15-17th 2006.

06 Feb 06. DRS TECHNOLOGIES AT AUSA , SPOTLIGHT ON ADVANCED INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS. With DRS Technologies’ recent acquisition of Engineered Support Systems, Inc. (ESSI), the company is an industry leader in providing integrated products, systems, sustainment and support services with a run rate of $2.9 billion in annual revenues. At this year’s Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Winter Symposium and Exhibition, DRS will exhibit advanced integrated solutions supporting the evolution of the Army. Our display will highlight:
• Booth 1727/1823: Battlefield Command and Control Systems, Ground Combat Vehicle Systems, Intelligence Systems, Soldier Systems and Airborne Systems (including UAVs)
• Booth 1412: Expeditionary Water and Fuel Systems, Next-Generation Power Systems, Soldier Protection Systems and Sustainment Services
DRS and ESSI – Coming Together to Serve the Army in Changing Times. Booths 1727/1823 and 1412

08 Feb 06. Overwatch Systems (TacOps), the Texas based division of Overwatch Systems, the New Jersey, USA based intelligence systems integration specialist, is exhibiting on Stand No. 128 at AUSA. The Overwatch (TacOps) booth will highlight the company’s participation in the FCS “One Team”. Overwatch won the requirement for the Situation Understanding software for FCS, and is making great strides over the fusion hurdles. Overwatch is also exhibiting at the FCS “One Team” Booth No. 2121. The Overwatch focus for the show is providing real situation understanding to the Army tactical warfighter. The company will have its Overwatch Intelligence Center (OIC) demonstration running at the booth throughout the show. This will feature AXIS (Data Base management and visualization), Text Extraction, InterSCOPE 3D urban visualization model, RemoteView imagery analysis tool, and an unclassified SIGINT capability. A company representative will be present at the FCS booth several times per day for a presentation of the company’s role in the FCS program (Situation Understanding). Overwatch representatives at the show will be Doug Redman, Andrew Mellon, Joe Koch and LTG (Ret) Menoher, a consultant. All will be available at the booth for interviews. In addition everyone will be at the FCS breakfast on the 15th.

For Further details contact: Doug Redman, Overwatch (TacOps): DRedman@overwatch.com, Cell: 512-963-8236.

08 Feb 06. Lockheed Martin will highlight a variety of advanced technology capabilities that support U. S. Army transformation initiatives at the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Winter Symposium. The Lockheed Martin exhibits, located in Booth 2211, will feature a broad range of products and programs from throughout the corporation: Missiles and Fire Control, Maritime Systems & Sensors, Integrated Systems & Solutions, Aeronautics and Simulation, Training & Support will participate in the event. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to take part in an intense simulation experience in the Lockheed Martin Virtual Combat Convoy Trainer (VCCT), provided by our Simulation, Training & Support team. At the rear of the Broward County Convention Center, reporters will have the opportunity to experience a simulated convoy operation in Iraq that involves ambushes, snipers and the realistic hazards that face our troops every day. The VCCT has trained more than 25,000 soldiers since it was delivered to the U.S. Army in the fall of 2004. Program managers will be available to provide additional information about this vital program.
Contact Nettie Johnson, Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support at 407- 719-5982.

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