L-3 Link's primary bases of operation include facilities at Arlington, Texas; Binghamton, New York; Orlando, Florida and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. For more information on these sites, please access the respective link for each site.
Arlington, Texas is the headquarters for L-3 Link. At this location -- which employs approximately 800 people -- major activities include software and systems development, visual systems design, advanced simulation technology development and training systems support within domestic and international military training.
Binghamton, New York
L-3 Link's Kirkwood, New York facility -- which is only a few minutes from nearby Binghamton -- is home to simulation programs supporting some of the nation's leading military aircraft.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
L-3 AMI facility is located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, a few minutes drive from Tulsa International Airport. AMI designs and produces a wide range of hardware products for use in simulators, training devices and other applications. AMI is 9001:2000 certified and all products are produced to the highest standards.
L-3 Link's integrated development facility in Orlando, Florida is located adjacent to the U.S. Army's Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command and the U.S. Navy's Naval Air Systems Command Training Systems Division in the Research Park complex.
L-3 D.P. Associates (L-3 DPA) operates and manages all of its worldwide facilities through the main office located in the heart of Alexandria, Virginia. Military instructional systems, interactive courseware, performance support systems and commercial simulation training products are developed at the L-3 DPA facilities.
Crawley, West Sussex, UK
L-3 Link UK is the home to the civil aviation facility in Crawley, West Sussex. The Link UK facilities currently manage the development, manufacturing and support of civil-aviation simulation products including the RealitySeven product line.