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The Associated Press
Jun. 26, 1995
The 12 Lockheed Martin Corp. facilities and laboratories that will be phased out and the number of jobs eliminated. Also, 26 field offices that will close in the U.S. and overseas. The company did not provide job cuts at remaining facilities where some programs would be consolidated.
_ Abilene, Texas: machining facility supports various programs, including the F-16 aircraft, Lockheed Launch Vehicle and THAAD missile system. Job cuts, 450.
_ Austin, Texas: plant manufacturers satellite ground support systems, environmental support systems, space avionics and command and control systems. Job cuts, 780.
_ Calabasas, Calif.: former headquarters of the Lockheed Corp. Job cuts, 300.
_ Catonsville, Md.: corporate laboratory facility. Job cuts, 240.
_ Chino, Calif.: aircraft maintenance and modification facility operated by Lockheed Martin Aircraft Services. Job cuts, 8.
_ East Windsor, N.J., Lockheed Martin Astro Space facility that designs and manufactures spacecraft. Job cuts: 3,200.
_ Ottawa, Canada: operations of the former Martin Marietta Canada and Lockheed Canada will be consolidated into the Kanata, Ontario, facility. A product support depot in Toronto is unaffected. Job cuts, 25.
_ Syracuse, N.Y.: an electronics laboratory that will consolidate with an engineering facility at a Sanders facility in Nashua, N.H. Job cuts, 175.
_ Tucson, Ariz.: aircraft maintenance and modification facility operated by Lockheed Martin Aircraft Services. Job cuts, 350.
_ Utica, N.Y.: an Ocean, Radar & Sensor Systems facility that designs and manufactures electronic systems for air-, sea- and ground-based applications. Job cuts, 730.
_ Utica, N.Y.: procurement activities at the Material Acquisition Center will be consolidated into existing procurement operations at other sites within Lockheed Martin Electronics Sector. Job cuts, 200.
_ Valley Force, Pa.: Lockheed Martin Astro Space facility that designs and manufactures spacecraft. Job cuts, 1,800.
Eleven field offices in the United States will be closed: Boston; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Dayton, Ohio; El Paso, Texas; Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.; Ft. Monmouth, N.J.; Hampton, Va.; Huntsville, Ala.; Los Angeles; San Diego, Calif., and Washington, D.C.
Fifteen overseas field offices to be closed are located in Britain (2), France, Germany, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Hungary, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Korea, Hong Kong and Australia.