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(L to R): Greg Beshore, Brad Pelachyk, Mike Coltrane, Matt Henry, Andy Corea, Mark Casseres

BAE Systems’s Combat Mission Systems awarded Leading Technology Composites the overall Supplier of the Year Award for the second year in a row. Two members of LTC’s leadership team attended BAE’s fifth annual Partner2Win supplier symposium in York, PA, on November 14th, 2023. The recognition highlighted LTC’s commitment to operational excellence and ensuring quality deliveries to customers.

BAE Systems’s Partner2Win program recognizes suppliers for their success in the areas of operations, quality and procurement. As part of the program, BAE Systems maintains a close relationship with suppliers and creates an environment to share best practices, learnings, and innovative solutions to problems. All suppliers awarded this year went above and beyond the call of duty to create the highest quality products for servicemen and women.

“Through our supply base, we are able to continue delivering the combat capability that is essential in both current and future environments,” said Marc Casseres, Vice President of Operations for BAE Systems’s Combat Mission Systems business. “Our suppliers’ commitment to delivering quality materials to our ground and amphibious vehicle and maritime systems production lines across the U.S. supports our mission to enable reunions between service members and their loved ones.”

“We are exceptionally honored and humbled to have received, for the second year in a row, the BAE Systems Combat Mission Systems Overall Supplier of the Year Award,” said Mike Coltrane, Vice President of Business Development for LTC Aerospace and Defense. “It is a distinct privilege to support BAE and their mission of ‘enabling reunions between service members and their families.’ A special congratulations goes out to our extremely talented and dedicated team here in Wichita, whose hard work makes recognition such as this possible. What they do matters so much to so many. We are looking forward to 2024 and seeing our team help make more ‘reunions’ possible.”

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