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Lockheed Extends Relationship with VirTra

Lockheed Martin Corp. has placed a second order for wireless communication stations from VirTra Systems Inc. The stations are designed work with the Tempe company’s Threat-Fire belt, which simulates return fire by stunning wearers, and are utilized in virtual simulations.

Bob Ferris, CEO and president of VirTra said, “I’m energized by Lockheed’s second order and the opportunity to perform custom engineering work to fit some of their unique requirements. I feel this is another indication that Lockheed is impressed with VirTra’s simulation products and I am confident that we will receive additional orders.”

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