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Endevco Delivers First Ship Set of F-35 Flight Test Sensors

October 1, 2006
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Endevco sensors will take flight aboard the F-35 test aircraft. Source: Lockheed Martin

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA-Endevco Corp., a designer, manufacturer and supplier of mission-critical sensor instrumentation to the military and defense community, announces the delivery of the first ship set of sensors for the F-35 Lightning II flight test program to Lockheed Martin (Ft. Worth, TX).

Endevco sensors will take flight aboard the first F-35 test aircraft, Lightning II, at Lockheed Martin’s assembly facility in Ft. Worth. Endevco will be providing a suite of accelerometers and mission-critical pressure sensor microphones for the F-35 flight test program.

Endevco has partnered with Lockheed Martin over the past five years as the flight test parameters have evolved and the sensor requirements solidified.

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