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Curtiss-Wright Receives Multi-Million Dollar Contract From U.S. Naval Air Systems Command

Curtiss-Wright Receives Multi-Million Dollar Contract From U.S. Naval Air 
Systems Command 
To Supply Ship-Borne Helicopter Recovery Assist, Secure and Traverse
System 
FALLS CHURCH, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/13 --  Curtiss-Wright Flow
Control Company (NYSE: CW) today announced that it has received an
option award to its existing Naval Air Systems Command contract for
the manufacture of an additional Recovery Assist, Secure and Traverse
(RAST) system, and related track components and spares, to support
the DDG 51 Flight IIA forward-build program. The multi-million dollar
option award covers the supply of equipment for the future DDG 51 IIA
hull number DDG 116. 
We are very pleased to continue our support of the U.S. Navy's
critical DDG 51 ship build program. The continued supply of the RAST
system demonstrates our engineering expertise in providing advanced
performance, reliable equipment designs and increased operational
efficiency to the naval defense industry. It is another example of
the depth of our technology portfolio and the benefits it brings to
our customers. 
INDAL Technologies, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright's Flow Control
segment, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, will perform the work
for this contract, with delivery scheduled for late 2014. 
RAST is a helicopter handling system that fully integrates all of the
functions required to safely operate and stow large ship-borne
helicopters. In addition to enabling safe launch and recovery, RAST
facilitates the securing and maneuvering of helicopters, particularly
in adverse weather and sea conditions up to sea state 5.
Curtiss-Wright has delivered more than 200 of its integrated aircraft
handling systems to navies around the world. 
About Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company
 Curtiss-Wright Flow
Control (CWFC) specializes in the design and manufacture of highly
engineered valves, pumps, motors, generators, electronics and related
products for the commercial nuclear power industry, oil and gas
processing facilities, a range of critical national defense programs
and the industrial controls market. CWFC's innovative, high
performance products are installed on submarines and aircraft
carriers owned by the U.S. Navy and set the standard for safety,
quality and reliability in the operation of power plants and other
industrial sites worldwide. Based in Falls Church, VA, the company
has more than 3,400 employees worldwide. For more information, visit
www.cwfc.com. 
About Curtiss-Wright Corporation
 Curtiss-Wright Corporation (NYSE:
CW) is an innovative engineering company that provides highly
engineered, critical function products, systems and services in the
areas of flow control, motion control and surface treatment
technologies to the defense, energy and commercial/industrial
markets. The legacy company of Glenn Curtiss and the Wright brothers,
Curtiss-Wright has a long tradition of design and manufacturing
innovation and prides itself on long-standing customer relationships.
The company employs approximately 10,000 people worldwide. For more
information, visit www.curtisswright.com. 
About INDAL Technologies
 With over 50 years of experience, INDAL
Technologies, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company,
is a world leader in the design and development of ship-borne
helicopter handling systems, cable handling systems, specialized
structures and other sophisticated systems for the U.S. and
international navies. The company combines a high level of
engineering and manufacturing capability with expertise in the
management of large and complex defense programs to provide unique
solutions and deliver profound value for its customers. Its industry
leading manufacturing practices, adherence to ISO quality system
requirements, program management and control systems ensure product
excellence. For more information, visit: http://indaltech.cwfc.com/. 
This press release contains forward-looking statements made pursuant
to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995. Such statements, including statements relating to
Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company's expectations of future
performance of our products, the value of the contract, the continued
relationship with an existing customer, the successful implementation
and funding of this U.S. government program and future opportunities
associated with this program, are not considered historical facts and
are considered forward-looking statements under the federal
securities laws. Such forward-looking statements are subject to
certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to
differ materially from those expressed or implied. Readers are
cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking
statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. Such risks and
uncertainties include, but are not limited to: a reduction in
anticipated orders; an economic downturn; changes in competitive
marketplace and/or customer requirements; a change in US government
spending; an inability to perform customer contracts at anticipated
cost levels; and other factors that generally affect the business of
aerospace, defense contracting, marine, electronics and industrial
companies. Please refer to the Company's current SEC filings under
the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, for further
information.  
Contact: 
Anthony Fabbo 
631-396-4632 
afabbo@curtisswright.com