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Raytheon Honors Crossbow for Supplier Excellence

October 6, 2008

Crossbow Technology

Bill Butler, 408-965-3305 (Press)

www.xbow.com

bbutler@xbow.com

Logo: http://www.xbow.com

Crossbow Technology, Inc., the leading developer and manufacturer of stand-alone FAA-Certified MEMS Attitude & Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), today announced that it has been honored as a recipient of the 2008 Supplier Excellence 3 Star Award by the Raytheon’s Network Centric Systems Division this week.

Crossbow was recognized among an elite group of 13 suppliers out of several hundred Raytheon NCS suppliers. The award cited Crossbow Technology “In recognition of your exemplary performance in helping us deliver NoDoubtTM mission assurance to our customers.”

Raytheon’s Supplier Excellence Program rewards suppliers that consistently demonstrate commitment and accountability for performance and sustained excellence. “This award speaks to our strong focus on the key attributes, particularly the delivery of flexibility, speed and innovation in response to their changing needs,” adds Bill Butler, VP of Worldwide Sales of Crossbow’s Inertial Products Division.

About Crossbow Technology

Founded in 1995, Crossbow pioneered the use of Micro-Electro- Mechanical System (MEMS) Inertial System technology in a wide variety of airborne, land and marine applications. Crossbow first introduced FAA-certified MEMS-based Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS) to General Aviation on the FAA Capstone program, and the company continues to be at the forefront of AHRS and Inertial Systems development.

With corporate headquarters in San Jose, CA, and Asian offices in Beijing and Osaka, Crossbow is represented by distributors in 24 countries worldwide. Crossbow is ISO 9001/2000 certified, holds several FAA TSO approvals, and operates an FAA MIDO approved facility.

Crossbow Technology is a registered trademark of Crossbow Technology, Inc.

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