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David J. Linton Resigns as President of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control

Curtiss-Wright Corporation announced that David J. Linton has resigned as President of its Flow Control segment, effective May 6, 2013, in order to pursue other opportunities. By mutual agreement, he is stepping down as part of the reorganization of the operational management structure as announced in October 2012.

President and COO David C. Adams will assume day-to-day management of Flow Control until a permanent replacement is named. As COO, Adams has responsibility for Flow Control as well as the Company's other two operating segments, Controls and Surface Technologies.

"We thank David Linton for his contributions to the Flow Control segment, which he joined as President in May 2004," said Martin R. Benante, Chairman and CEO of Curtiss-Wright Corporation. "We wish him the best in his new endeavors."

"It has been a privilege for me to work with many fine colleagues at Curtiss-Wright," said David Linton. "I am proud of the company's many accomplishments to date, and look forward to its continued success."

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