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L-3 Communications reorganizes business segments

March 12, 2014 at 2:06 PM   |   Comments

NEW YORK, March 12 (UPI) -- L-3 Communications has reorganized its business segments for operational efficiencies and to better align its organizational structure with customer priorities.

As of Wednesday, the company said it will consist of four segments: Aerospace Systems, Electronic Systems, Communication Systems and National Security Solutions.

Aerospace Systems, headed by John C. McNellis, combines the operations of the former Platform & Logistics Solutions segment with Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems, which was part of the former Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance segment.

Electronic Systems, which provides components, products, sub-systems, systems and related services for military and commercial customers, is in charge of all electronic systems with the exception of Microwave Products, which is now part of Communications Systems. Steve Kantor continues as president of the business sector.

Communication Systems, with John S. Mega as its president, combines the operations of Microwave Products with Networked and Secure Communications Products, previously part of the former C3ISR segment.

National Security Solutions, a previous business section, remains unchanged. Les A. Rose continues in his role as president of National Security Solutions, which continue to provide cybersecurity solutions, high-performance computing, enterprise information technology services, analytics and intelligence analysis.

"The realigned business segments will enhance L-3's productivity and agility," said Michael T. Strianese, L-3's chairman, president and chief executive officer. "This new structure will improve our competitive position and generate cost savings, as well as greater technology and sales synergies, through more focused collaboration across the company.

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