In today’s aerospace and defense industry, program life cycles are growing longer but electronic component longevity isn’t keeping up. Declining defense spending over the last decade has caused the average age of military systems to increase, reaching an average of 29 years for U.S. military aircrafts. It is increasingly difficult to forecast customer program requirements, and financial constraints are at an all-time high.

As a result, lowering program risk is more important than ever.

How do you address these challenges?

With Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions’ Total LifeCycle Management (TLCM), you will gain a dedicated partner with industry insights that enhance your team’s capabilities, a proactive DMS strategy, and a custom portal for configuration control, allowing you to focus your resources elsewhere while still keeping a finger on the pulse of your program. The TLCM team works with you to choose technology solutions with longevity opportunities, reduce the risk of component obsolescence, and ultimately increase program stability to mitigate financial risk.

With TLCM, you receive all the benefits of our standard support as well as:

  • Proven longevity execution
  • Configuration control
  • Monthly obsolescence status reports
  • Early alert LTB notification
  • Custom industry-leading TLCM platform
  • Free onsite component storage
  • Sustainable test infrastructure
  • Complex proposal capabilities
  • Dedicated team with over 60 years experience

To learn more - download our Total LifeCycle Management brochure, click here.

Access our Total LifeCycle Management™ (TLCM) portal here.

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