Lockheed Completes Phase of Security Project

Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Lockheed Martin announced the completion of the first phase of its project to provide the Australian College of Kuwait a Maritime Simulation and Training Facility. The company submitted technical designs for a three-story building that is expected to house the maritime simulation equipment. This equipment is expected to be used to train Kuwait Defense Forces and other maritime security agencies. Source: Examiner
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