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General

Overview,

JUNE 2008

This material is L-3 Communications Corporation general capabilities information and does not contain any controlled technical data as defined within the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or Export Administration Regulations (EAR).This requirement applies to all pages of this document.

slide2

State

of The

Company

This material describing L-3 Communications general capabilities has been released in the Public Domain through unlimited distribution at conferences, meetings, seminars, trade shows or exhibitions and is generally accessible to the public.

l 3 leadership team
L-3 Leadership Team

Michael T. Strianese

President & CEO

Executive

Staff

Executive

Staff

Group Presidents

Jimmie V. Adams

Senior VP

Washington Operations

Curtis Brunson

Senior VP

Corporate Strategy &

Development

Robert W. Drewes

Senior VP & President

Integrated Systems Group

Carl E. Vuono

Senior VP & President

L-3 Services Group

James W. Dunn

Senior VP & President

Sensors & Simulation Group

Charles J. Schafer

Senior VP & President

Products Group

Robert W. RisCassi

Senior VP

L-3 Communications Corp

David T. Butler III

Senior VP

Business Operations

John S. Mega

VP & President

Microwave Group

Susan D. Opp

VP & President

Communication

Systems - West

Steven Kantor

VP & President

Power & Control

Systems Group

Gregory B. Roberts

VP & President

Communication

Systems - East

Craig P. Coy

President

Homeland Security Group

Ralph G. D’Ambrosio

VP & Chief Financial Officer

Kathleen E. Karelis

Senior VP

General Counsel &

Corporate Secretary

slide4

L-3 Business Segments

C3ISR

Aircraft Modernization

& Maintenance (AM&M)

Government

Services

Specialized

Products

Integrated Systems

Group - C3ISR

Robert W. Drewes

Government

Services

Carl E. Vuono

Products Group

Charles J. Schafer

Integrated Systems

Group - AM&M

Robert W. Drewes

Sensors & Simulation Group

James W. Dunn

Communication Systems

West

Susan D. Opp

Power & Control

Systems Group

Steve Kantor

Communication Systems

East

Gregory B. Roberts

Microwave Group

John S. Mega

Homeland Security Group

Craig P. Coy

group division organization chart
Group & Division Organization Chart

NYC CORPORATE Staff,

Washington Operations,

London Operations,

Ottawa Operations

Charles J. Schafer,

Sr. Vice President and President of Products Group

MICHAEL T. STRIANESE

President and Chief Executive Officer

Reports to Mike Strianese

ACSS, A Thales & L-3 Company

Kris Ganase - President

Aviation Recorders

Bruce Coffey - President

Avionics Systems

Adrienne Stevens - President

Combat Propulsion SystemsMichael S. Soimar - President

Magnet-Motor

Manfreed Heeg - President

Electrodynamics

Donald A. Spetter - President

Targa Systems

David Saunders - GM

Electro Fab

Michael J. Moore – President

Electronic Systems Inc.

Trevor Ratcliffe – President

Global Network Solutions

Walter Estulin – President

Microdyne Outsourcing Inc

John Oakes - President

Scandia Technologies

Michael Perfetti - President

Telemetry – West

Burt Smith - President

Communication Systems – West Division

Susan D. Opp – Vice President & President of CSW

PHOTONICS

*Dr. Henri Hodara – President

Nova Engineering

*Mark J. Dapper - President

*Reports to Susan Opp

Communication Systems - East Division

Gregory B. Roberts – Vice President & President of CSE

L-3 Systems Company

Robert J. Martin – President

METI, Inc

Louis H. Oberndorf - President

Security & Detection Systems

Thomas M. Ripp – President

Ken Penaskovic – VP of Operations (FL)

SafeView, Inc.- Tom Grudkowski, Sr. VP & GM

CyTerra Corp – John Oelschlaeger, Sr. VP & GM

Robert W. Drewes,

Sr. VP President and President of L-3 Integrated Systems Group

James W. Dunn,

Sr. VP President & President of Sensors & Simulation Group

Carl E. Vuono

Sr. Vice President and President of

L-3 Services Group

Aviation & Maritime Services

Bill Whitlow – President

Coleman Aerospace Corp

*Lou Deeter – President

Enterprise IT Solutions

Les Rose – President & GM

Government Services Inc.

Paul Cerjan – President

D.P. Associates

Donald J. Patterson Jr, - President

Hygienetics Environmental Svs.

Frank Westfall – President

ILEX Systems, Inc.

John V. Medea – President

Intelligence Solutions

Robert Osterloh – President & GM

Linguist Operations & Technical Support Division

John E. Miller – President & GM

MPRI Inc.

Carl E. Vuono – President

SYColeman

Jared L. Bates – President

Technical & Management Services

Earl Pontius – President & GM

*Reports to Jared Bates

W. Christopher Bade,

Sr. Vice President Operations –

Sensors & Simulation Group

L-3 Integrated Systems

Robert W. Drewes - President

Aeromet, Inc.

Robert Moskal (Site Executive)

ASIT

Dr. Joseph C. Harsanyi - President

AVISYS

Ken McAlpin – Site Executive

BAI Aerosystems, Inc

Mark Ensor – Sr Site Executive

ComCeptMark R. Von Schwarz – President

L-3 ASA*Christopher R. Williams – President*Reports to Mark Von Schwarz

Crestview Aerospace

Chuck Shanklin – President

Flight International

David C. Wooten – GM

L-3 MAS (Canada) Inc.

Sylvain Bédard – President

SPAR Aerospace Limited

Patrice Pelletier - President

TCS, Inc.

John Luppino – President

TRL Technology

Peter McKee - President

Vertex Aerospace LLC

Ed Boyington – President

Allen Barber,

Sr. Vice President Strategic Planning – Sensors & Simulation Group

Advanced Laser Systems Tech (ALST)

*Steve Qualls – President

*Advanced Products & DesignEugene Haignere – VP and GM

Advanced Systems Division

William R. Johnson, Ph.D - President

Aerospace ElectronicsThomas J. Glynn – President

Brashear LP

Fernando Faria – President

BT Fuze Products

Joseph C. Homko - President

Cincinnati Electronics

Dr. Jim Wimmers - President

*EOTech, Inc.

Paul S. Mangano – President

Geneva Aerospace

Dave Felio - President

IEC

Robert A. Huffman – President

Infrared Products

*Richard Darlow – President

InfraredVision Technology Corp

*James Giacobazzi - President

KDI Precision Products, Inc.

Joseph C. Homko – President

Link Simulation & Training

John C. McNellis – President

Ocean Systems

John P. Fox - President

ELAC Nautik GmbH

Gerhard Jordt – GM

Klein Associates, Inc.

John Cotumaccio – GM

Nautronix LTD

Mike Gallagher – VP & GM

MariPro Inc

Dan Chabot – VP of BO

Dynamic Positioning & Control Systems

Tony Gardiner – VP & GM

Space & Navigation Systems

Paul P. Wengen – President

SSG-Tinsley, Inc.

Daniel F. Desmond - President

Wescam

President of EO/IR Group Division

John Dehne – President

Sonoma EO

Che Voigt - President

*Reports to W. Christopher Bade

*Reports to Allen Barber

Craig P. Coy

President of

Homeland Security Group

Groups within Products Group

Applied Technology Division –Michael Bell, President

Pulse Sciences Division

David Price – SVP & GM

Electro Magnetics and Electronics Division

Jerry Lubell – VP & GM

Simulation, Engineering & Testing Division

Jim Stuhmiller – SVP & GM

Displays Group – Robert J. McGill, President

Display Systems – Robert J. McGill – President

Mobile-Vision – Louis Blanco – President

RCCS – James Winchester – General Manager

Telemetry & RF Group – Burt Smith – President

Telemetry East – Marc Lienard – VP & GM

Telemetry West

Storm Control Systems Burt Smith,

Southern California Microwave President

John S. Mega,

Vice President and President of Microwave Group

Steven Kantor,

Vice President and President of

Power & Control Systems Group

Datron Advanced Technologies

John DiGioia – President

ESSCO

Dr. Apostle G. Cardiasmenos – President

Global Communications Solutions (L-3 GCS)Frank York - President

Linkabit

Andy Ivers – President

Narda Microwave - East

John S. Mega - President

Narda Microwave - West

Joseph Langille – President

Narda Satellite Networks

John S. Mega – President

Wolf Coach

Thomas J. Casale - President

Systems & Imagery

Jim Shaw – Sr. VP & GM

Randtron Antenna Systems

Gary Gianatasio - President

Electron Power Devices Group – James D. Benham, President

Electron Devices – James D. Benham – President

Electron Technologies – Kevin P. Mallon – President

MAPPS Inc.

Peter Dawson – President

Henschel Inc.

Don S. Roussinos - President

Marine Systems

Jay Wilcox – Acting President

PacOrd Inc.

Doug I. Hawks – President, CA.

John Greene – President, VA.

Power Paragon, Inc.

Bruce R. Moore – President

SAM Electronics, GmbH

Klaus Lorenz - President

SPD Electrical Systems Inc.

Jerome J. Ozovek – President & GM

Unidyne

Doug I. Hawks – President, CA.

Edward Brown – President, VA.

Westwood Corporation

Ernest K. McKee - President

l 3 divisions by business segment
L-3 Divisions By Business Segment

Aircraft Modernization

and Maintenance

C3ISR

Government Services

Specialized Products

ARIZONA

ACSS

Phoenix, AZ (623) 445-7000

CALIFORNIA

Advanced Products & Design

San Diego, CA (858) 527-6100

Advanced Systems Division

San Diego, CA (858) 566-9829

Datron Advanced Technologies

Simi Valley, CA 93065 (805) 584-1717

Dynamic Positioning & Control Sys

Poway, CA (858) 679-5500

Electron Devices

San Carlos, CA (650) 591-8411

Electron Technologies, Inc.

Torrance, CA (310) 517-6000

EO/IR Group Division

Santa Rosa, CA (978)618-8294

Linkabit

San Diego, CA (800) 359-4404

InfraredVision Technology Corporation

Buellton, CA (805) 686-8848

Interstate Electronics Corporation

Anaheim, CA (714) 758-0500

MariPro, Inc.

Goleta, CA (805) 683-3881

Microdyne Outsourcing Incorporated

Torrance, CA (310) 257-2600

Narda Microwave-West

Folsom, CA (916) 351-4500

Ocean Systems

Sylmar, California (818) 367-0111

PacOrd Inc.

National City, CA (619) 336-2201

PHOTONICS

Carlsbad, CA (760) 431-6800

Power Paragon, Inc.

Anaheim, CA (714) 956-9200

Randtron Antenna Systems

Menlo Park, CA (650) 326-9500

Ruggedized Command and

Control Solutions

San Diego, CA (858) 623-6877

SafeView, Inc.

Santa Clara, CA (408) 961-3690

Sonoma EO, Inc.

Santa Rosa, CA (707) 568-3000

Telemetry-West

San Diego, CA (858) 694-7500

COLORADO

Applied Technology Division

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 268-5700

NEW JERSEY

Aviation & Maritime Services

Marlton, NJ (856) 596-0590

Communication Systems-East

Camden, NJ (856) 338-3000

Hygienetics Environmental

Services, Inc.

Berlin, NJ (856) 809-1102

ILEX Systems, Inc.

Eatontown, NJ (732) 380-9400

Mobile-Vision, Inc.

Boonton, NJ (973) 263-1090

Space & Navigation Systems

Budd Lake, NJ (973) 446-4000

Systems Company

Camden, NJ (856) 338-3000

NEW YORK

L-3 GCS, Inc.Victor, NY (585)-742-9100

Microwave Group

Hauppauge, NY (631) 231-1700

Narda Microwave-East

Hauppauge, NY (631) 231-1700

Narda Satellite Networks

Hauppauge, NY (631) 231-1700

Power & Control Systems Group

New York, NY (212) 697-1111

Products Group

New York, New York(212) 679-1111

Sensors & Simulation Group

New York, New York (212) 697-1111

OKLAHOMA

Aeromet, Inc.

Tulsa, OK (918) 299-2621

Westwood Corporation

Tulsa, OK (918) 252-0481

OHIO

Cincinnati Electronics

Mason, OH (513) 573-6100

KDI Precision Products, Inc.

Cincinnati, OH (513) 943-2000

Nova Engineering

Cincinnati, OH (513-642-3000)

PENNSYLVANIA

Brashear

Pittsburgh, PA (412) 967-7700

BT Fuze Products

Lancaster, PA (717) 735-0300

Electro Fab

Croydon, PA (215) 788-0401

Global Network Solutions

Bristol, PA (215) 957-3700

SPD Electrical Systems, Inc.

Philadelphia, PA (215) 677-4900

Telemetry-East

Bristol, PA (267) 545-7000

TEXAS

AVISYS Corporation

Austin, TX (512) 339-0031

ComCept

Rockwall, TX (972) 772-7501

Geneva Aerospace

Carrollton, TX (469) 568-2376

Infrared Products

Dallas, TX (972) 528-1440/1330

Integrated Systems

Greenville, TX (903) 455-3450

Link Simulation & Training

Arlington, TX (817) 619-2000

UTAH

Communication Systems-West

Salt Lake City, UT (801) 594-2000

VIRGINIA

D.P. Associates, Inc.

Arlington, VA (703) 521-6236

Enterprise IT Solutions

Reston, VA (703) 434-4000

Government Services, Inc.

Chantilly, VA (703) 708-1400

Government Services Group

Alexandria, Virginia (703) 254-0051

Intelligence Solutions

Reston, VA (703) 434-4000

Linguist Operations and

TechnicalSupport Division

Reston, VA (703) 390-7600

Marine Systems

Leesburg, VA (703) 443-1700

MPRI, Inc.

Alexandria, Virginia (703) 684-0853

SYColeman

Arlington, VA (703) 413-8282

Unidyne

Norfolk, VA (757) 855-8037

Washington Operations &

Homeland Security Group

Arlington, VA (703) 412-7190

GEORGIA

Display Systems

Alpharetta, GA (770) 752-7000

TCS

Warner Robins, GA (478) 328-8537

ILLINOIS

Electrodynamics, Inc.

Rolling Meadows, IL (847) 259-0740

MASSACHUSETTS

Aerospace Electronics Division

Waltham, MA (781)890-4200

ESSCO

Concord, MA (978) 369-7200

Henschel Inc.

Newburyport, MA (978) 462-2400

Security & Detection Systems

Woburn, MA (781) 939-3800

SSG-Tinsley, Inc.

Wilmington, MA (978) 694-9991

Technical & Management Services

Billerica, MA (978) 663-6600

Wolf Coach

Auburn, MA (508) 791-1950

MARYLAND

Aerospace Electronics

Greenbelt, MD (301) 982-5200

Applied Signal & Image Technology (ASIT)

Linthicum Heights, MD (443) 457-1111

BAI Aerosystems

Easton, MD (410) 820-7500

MICHIGAN, MISSISSIPPI & NEW HAMPSHIRE

Avionics Systems

Grand Rapids, MI (616) 949-6600

Combat Propulsion Systems

Muskegon, MI (231) 724-2151

EOTech, Inc.

Ann Arbor, MI (734) 741.8868

Vertex Aerospace LLC

Madison, MS (601) 856-2274

Klein Associates, Inc.

Salem, NH (603) 893-6131

FLORIDA

Advanced Laser Systems

Technology, Inc. (ALST)

Orlando, FL (407) 295-5878

Aviation Recorders

Sarasota, FL (941) 371-0811

Coleman Aerospace

Orlando, FL (407) 354-0047

Crestview Aerospace

Crestview, FL (850) 682-2746

CyTerra Corporation

Orlando, FL (407) 926-1900

METI, Inc.

Sarasota, FL (941) 377-5562

Scandia Technologies

Largo, FL (727) 531-2828

Security & Detection Systems

St. Petersburg, FL (727) 556-0270

Systems & Imagery

Melbourne, FL (321) 727-0660

ASA

Bentley Hall North

Blacknest, Alton, Hampshire

GU34 4PU, UK

011 44 142 052 6600

TRL Technology

Tewkesbury Gloucestershire

GL20 8ND, UK

011 44 1684 278 700

Magnet-Motor GmbH

Petersbrunner Strasse 2

D-82319 Starnberg, Germany

011 49 8151 262 170

Nautronix LTD

108 Marine Terrace

Fremantle, WA 6160 Australia

011 6189 4310 0000

CANADA

Electronic Systems Inc.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada (416) 249-1231

L-3 Ottawa Operations

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (613) 569-6877

MAPPS Inc.

Ville St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada

(514) 787-5000

MAS (Canada) Inc.

Mirabel, Quebec, Canada (450) 476-4000

SPAR Aerospace Limited

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (780) 890-6300

Targa Systems

Nepean, Ontario, Canada (613) 727-9876

Wescam

Burlington, Ontario, Canada (905) 633-4000

INTERNATIONAL

ELAC Nautik GmbH

Neufeldtstrasse

D-24118 Kiel, Germany

011 49 431 883 266

L-3 London Operations

Covent Garden, London

011 44 (0)20 7812 6422

Aydin Yazilim ve Elektronik Sanayi A.S.

Turkey 011 90 312 267 2727

United Kingdom

SAM Electronics, GmbH

Behringstrasse 120

22763 Hamburg, Germany

011 49 40 88250

Please Note: Map Highlights Division HQ only.

over 108 l 3 business units worldwide
Over 108 L-3 Business Units Worldwide

Alabama

Canada

Arizona

California

Australia

Colorado

Bermuda

Connecticut

Costa Rica

Florida

Germany

Georgia

Hong Kong

Hawaii

Ireland

Illinois

Italy

Kentucky

Japan

Louisiana

London

Maryland

Puerto Rico

Massachusetts

Russia

Michigan

Saudi Arabia

Mississippi

Singapore

South Korea

New Hampshire

New Jersey

Turkey

New Mexico

UAE

New York

United Kingdom

North Carolina

West Virginia

Ohio

Virginia

Oklahoma

Utah

Texas

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Over 63,000 Employees

slide8

L-3 Corporate History and Acquisitions

  • Geneva Aerospace, Inc.
  • Global Communications Solutions Inc.
  • ASA Technologies Limited
  • TCS Design & Management Services, Inc.
  • SAM Electronics GmbH
  • SafeView, Inc
  • CyTerra Corporation
  • METI
  • Magnet-Motor GmbH
  • TRL Electronics
  • Crestview Aerospace
  • Nautronix Ltd, Nautronix MariPro Inc, Nautronix Inc.
  • SSG-Tinsley
  • Nova Engineering
  • gForce Technologies, Inc.
  • TACNET Product Line

2007

  • CAE Marine Controls
  • Northrop Grumman Canadian Navigation Sys
  • General Dynamics Propulsion Systems
  • Boeing Electron Dynamic Devices, Inc.
  • BAI Aerosystems, Inc.
  • Mobile-Vision, Inc.
  • InfraredVision Technology
  • Sonoma Design Group
  • Advanced Laser Systems Technology, Inc.
  • Titan Corporation
  • EO Tech, Inc.
  • Applied Signal and Image Technology, Inc.

2006

  • General Electric Driver Development
  • Beamhit LLC
  • Bay Metals and Fabrication, Inc.
  • Brashear, LP
  • AVISYS, Inc.
  • D.P. Associates
  • Raytheon Commercial Infrared
  • Cincinnati Electronics Corporation

2005

2004

  • Vertex Aerospace
  • Avionics Systems (Goodrich)
  • (MAS) Military Aviation Systems (Bombardier)
  • Aeromet, Inc.
  • Klein Associates
  • IPICOM Aerospace/Defense Assets
  • PerkinElmer’s Detection Systems
  • Aircraft Integration Systems
  • Targa Systems
  • ComCept Inc.
  • Westwood Corporation
  • Wolf Coach
  • Electron Devices
  • Displays - Navigation Systems
  • Wescam
  • (TMA) Technology, Management and Analysis
  • (IMC) International Microwave Corporation
  • Ship Analytics, Inc.

2003

  • SY Technologies Inc.
  • Scandia Technologies
  • Bulova Technologies (Defense Business)
  • Emergent Government Services Group
  • Spar Aerospace
  • EER Systems Inc.
  • KDI Precision Products, Inc.

2002

2001

2000

  • Coleman Research Corporation
  • MPRI
  • TCAS Product Line
  • Training Devices & Training Services
  • LNR Inc.
  • Space and Navigation
  • (IEC) Interstate Electronics Corporation
  • Aydin Corporation
  • Microdyne Corporation

1999

Initial Public Offering

(NYSE: LLL)

May 1998

  • Electrodynamics, Inc.
  • Storm Control Systems
  • SPD Technologies
  • Ocean Systems
  • ILEX Systems
  • Satellite Transmission Systems
  • ESSCO

1998

Ten Business Units Divested by Lockheed

to form L-3 Communications

Lanza, LaPenta, Lehman Brothers –

1996 Revenues $665 M

1997

l 3 business overview
L-3 Business Overview
  • Hi-Tech Defense Systems & Products Supplier
  • Prime Systems Integrator
    • Command, Control and Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C3ISR)
    • Training & Simulation
    • Government Services
    • Aircraft Modernization & Maintenance
  • Sub Systems Integrator/Supplier
    • Digital Wireless Communication Networks
    • Shipboard Communication & Power Systems
    • SATCOM Terminals
    • Missile & Munitions Fuzes
    • Telemetry & Instrumentation
  • Targeting above defense-industry organic sales growth

Founded: 1997

Annual Sales: $12.5B

U.S. Defense Industry Rank: Top Ten

Employees: 63,700

10 years of achievement
10 Years of Achievement

Revenue

  • $0.7 billion in 1997 to $14.0 billion in 2007
  • Grew to 197th in 2006 Fortune 500
  • 6th largest defense company in the U.S.
  • 2nd largest defense company in Canada
  • 7th among the top 100 Federal IT Contractors
  • Growing presence in the U.K. and Australia

Size

10 years of achievement11
10 Years of Achievement

Business

  • Prime contractor in C3ISR, AM&M and Government Services
  • Specialized Products has some of the most sophisticated products in the industry

Employees

  • 5,000 in 1997 to over 63,000 today
  • S&P 500 Index
  • Increased dividend each year since inception
  • Share repurchase program
  • Total market capitalization $16 billion

Investors

L-3: A Unique Growth Story in the Defense Industry

l 3 business strategy
L-3 Business Strategy
  • Organic Growth Supplemented with Select Acquisitions
  • Align R&D, B&P and M&A with Customer Priorities
  • Improve Efficiency and Performance of Current Portfolio
  • Emphasis on Growing per share Earnings and Cash Flow
  • Disciplined Capital Allocation
l 3 segments
L-3 Segments

C3ISR

AM&M

Government Services

Specialized Products

slide14

L-3’s Homeland Security Major Business Areas

Port

Security

Border

Protection (CBP)

Maritime

Security

US Coast Guard

Modernization

Mobile

Communications

and Control

Systems

Infrastructure

Protection

Crisis

Management Planning,

Exercises and Protection

of U.S. Airspace

Baggage Explosive Detection

& Cargo Inspection Systems

safe harbor statement under the private securities litigation reform act of 1995
Safe Harbor Statement Under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995

Except for historical information contained herein, the matters set forth in this presentation are forward-looking statements. Statements that are predictive in nature, that depend upon or refer to events or conditions or that include words such as “expects,” “anticipates,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “estimates” and similar expressions are forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements set forth above involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from any such statement, including the risks and uncertainties discussed in the company’s Safe Harbor Compliance Statement for Forward-looking Statements included in the company’s recent filings, including Forms 10-K and 10-Q, with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The forward-looking statements speak only as of the date made, and the company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.