W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) has announced that the
GORE-FLIGHT Microwave Assemblies and GORE Microwave/RF Assemblies for
military/aerospace applications have passed U.S. Army flight qualifications on
the MH-47 Rotorcraft. Gore provided a complex harness that included more than
100 of its rugged assemblies for the ALQ-211 SIRFC, a critical aircraft
survivability system used by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
(SOAR).

Gore also provided a similar microwave/RF solution for Aircraft
Survivability Equipment (ASE) on the MH-60 Rotorcraft that is expected to pass
U.S. Army flight qualifications in the next several months. The company also is
working with the U.S. Army to provide high-speed data interconnects for future
APR-39 D(V) 2 radar warning receivers on the Apache D model.

Gore
offers an extensive portfolio of advanced cables, cable assemblies, and
materials designed specifically for harsh military conditions. Products include
microwave/RF assemblies, high-data-rate cables, high-power delivery cables,
aircraft sealants, and shielding materials.