Press Release

Orbital ATK to Feature Advanced Products and Capabilities at Sea-Air-Space 2015 Exposition

By SpaceRef Editor
April 8, 2015
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      Orbital ATK, Inc. (OA), a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies, will feature a wide range of the company’s products and advanced capabilities as an exhibitor during the Navy League’s 2015 Sea-Air-Space Exposition. Sea-Air-Space is now the largest maritime exposition in the United States and this year’s event takes place at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland, April 13–15, 2015. The Orbital ATK display is located at booth 1639.

Sea-Air-Space provides Orbital ATK an opportunity to highlight multiple products that support the U.S. Navy and allied nations, including strike weapons, aircraft protection equipment, precision guidance for mortar and gun-fired projectiles, medium caliber cannons and ammunition for sea and air weapons platforms. Programs being showcased include AARGM, better known as the Advanced Anti-radiation Guided Missile, currently in full-rate production; and the AAR-47 aircraft survivability system with Hostile Fire Indication, currently installed on U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps aircraft.

Members of the news media interested in more information about Orbital ATK at Sea-Air-Space should follow @OrbitalATK on Twitter or contact on-site media representative Nancy Stoehr-Campbell.

About Orbital ATK

Orbital ATK is a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies. The company designs, builds and delivers space, defense and aviation systems for customers around the world, both as a prime contractor and merchant supplier. Its main products include launch vehicles and related propulsion systems; missile products, subsystems and defense electronics; precision weapons, armament systems and ammunition; satellites and associated space components and services; and advanced aerospace structures. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, Orbital ATK employs more than 12,000 people in 20 states across the United States and in several international locations. For more information, visit www.orbitalatk.com.    

SpaceRef staff editor.