ITT Exelis will present several offerings in aerospace and defense Monday through Wednesday at the Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington.
The company said it will display its technology for networked communications, airborne electronic warfare, night vision goggles, airborne ISR systems, information processing, exploitation and dissemination, information systems, cyber and logistics support.
The company will also highlight the Exelis Action Corps, a new community volunteer program the company created in partnership with Points of Light.
“As a company that manufactures technologies that protect our military service members abroad, and one that has a global workforce comprised of approximately 10 percent military veterans, it was only natural that ITT Exelis decided to invest in and deploy its own employees to support the men and women who so bravely serve, and have served, our nation,” said President and CEO David Melcher.
Employees and residents of communities where Exelis operates participate volunteer projects that serve and support returning military service members, veterans and their families, the company said.