L3Harris Technologies Appoints New National Leader in Australia

MELBOURNE, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) has announced that Alan Clements, a retired Air Vice-Marshal, will lead L3Harris Australia as the new Corporate Vice President. In addition to serving as Country Executive for the region, he will oversee the Australian Advisory Board of L3Harris, which is made up of non-executive directors and local business leaders.

Clements joins L3Harris after serving with distinction in the Royal Australian Air Force for 35 years. He is a fighter pilot with over 4,000 hours in various types of aircraft. His career also includes serving as United States Defense Attaché and Australian Chief of Defense Staff in Washington DC. Clements succeeds Alan Titheridge, responsible for tripling the growth of L3Harris in Australia.

“As a leading supplier of defense technologies, we remain confident in our ability to accelerate and grow Australia’s defense and aerospace ecosystem, while expanding export opportunities for the country through the chain. global sourcing of L3Harris, ”said Charles R. Davis, vice president of L3Harris International. . “I look forward to working with Alan as we expand our global focus as a company. ”

L3Harris Australia has been providing advanced technology solutions to government and commercial clients for 25 years. The company has a dozen facilities spread across the country and employs more than 500 engineers and technicians. L3Harris Australia also works closely with many small and medium-sized businesses that support the company’s supply chain.

L3Harris Australia develops, supplies and supports integrated systems that enhance the mission capabilities of the Australian Defense Force (ADF), including the Land 200 and Land 53 programs where L3Harris provides secure tactical communications and advanced eyewear technology night vision system to support the country’s key modernization initiatives.

The company also develops and supplies future unmanned and autonomous maritime systems from its family of unmanned and autonomous surface vehicles and submarines. Other programs include: the E-55A Peregrine electronic warfare aircraft; the C-27J Spartan transport aircraft; the F / A-18A / B Hornet multirole combat aircraft; offshore patrol vessels; special forces rigid hull inflatable boats; and integrated communication systems on landing helicopters, HMAS Sirius and Collins class submarines. More information on L3Harris Australia can be found here: https://www.l3harris.com/en-au/australia.

About L3Harris Technologies

L3Harris Technologies is an agile global innovator in aerospace and defense technologies, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet critical customer needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies in the air, land, maritime, space and cybernetics fields. L3Harris has annual sales of approximately $ 18 billion and 48,000 employees, with customers in more than 100 countries. L3Harris.com.

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