Telephonics honored by Lockheed Martin with STAR Supplier Award

On Friday, Lockheed Martin honored Telephonics with its prestigious STAR Supplier Award, given only to suppliers who meet rigorous performance criteria. for its exemplary performance and contribution to the success of Lockheed Martin’s mission.

Telephonics earned the award by providing highly capable and reliable radar systems, communications systems, interim contractor support and performance-based logistics to Lockheed Martin for integration and maintenance of the U.S. Navy H-60 Helicopter Series, including the SH-60B, SH-60F, HH-60H, MH-60R and MH-60S.

“Telephonics’ radar and intercommunication systems are committed to serve Naval aviation with superior performance in providing the fleet with maximum system availability to perform their most critical missions, ” said Telephonics president Joseph J. Battaglia. “We are proud to support Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy and to humbly accept this prestigious award.”

“Telephonics has maintained 30 months of on-time delivery with their radar systems, ” said Hershey Denson, Vice President of Operations and Supply Chain Management Programs at Lockheed Martin Systems Integration – Owego. “We truly value Telephonics’ contribution to our business.”

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