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Mon, Sep 19, 2016

Lockheed Martin Expands F-16 Repair Center Support With Derco Aerospace

Designated A Hologram Repair Center

Lockheed Martin is partnering with Derco Repair Services, Inc. to expand its Global Supply Chain Services and support to F-16 operators worldwide. The company recently named Derco Repair Services as an authorized F-16 Hologram repair center.

The Lockheed Martin Hologram designation is only awarded to repair and overhaul facilities that meet or exceed strict quality assurance criteria. Only two existing F-16 repair centers have been recognized with the distinction worldwide.

“Our global supply chain and sustainment solutions provide unprecedented mission readiness,” said Laura Frank, vice president of Integrated Test and Logistics with Lockheed Martin Rotary & Mission Systems. “We are excited to expand our F-16 repair center operations in partnership with Derco Repair Services, ensuring the highest quality standards consistent with the Hologram products program.”

An affiliate of Derco Aerospace, Derco Repair Services, Inc. is an 80,000 square foot FAA/EASA certified component repair station carrying Accessory Class I, II, and III ratings with limited landing gear and instrument ratings.

“Our proven track record of performance and precision creates a natural alignment with Lockheed Martin’s global logistics and sustainment operations,” said Jason Wiedoff, Director of Derco Repair Services, Inc. “We are excited to expand our services and support to the F-16 operational community and customers across the globe.”

(Image provided with Lockheed Martin news release)

FMI: www.lockheedmartin.com, www.dercoaerospace.com

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