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MagneTek. On board every class of ship in todays navy.

In the early 1900s, a Louis Allis elec- tric motor was fitted aboard a U.S.

Navy vessel for the first time. And a tradition was born.

Today, MagneTek Louis Allis is a major supplier of Mil-Spec motors, generators, drives, secondary propul- sion systems and ECM equipment to the Navy. MagneTek Jefferson Electric power transformers are specified for many shipboard electrical applica- tions. And MagneTek ALS frequency converters provide reliable power for every AEGIS weapon system afloat.

And that's not all.

MagneTek components help run everything from electric lights and microwave ovens to service pumps and elevators on today's Navy vessels.

By many names we've been providing power solutions to the

U.S. Navy for over half a century. By our new first name — MagneTek — we're prouder than ever to be in the

Navy now.

M MagneTek

These ships represent more than 30 classes of

U.S. Navy vessels on which MagneTek products are in service. A limited-edition poster-size print, suitable for framing, is available upon request. Mail your busi- ness card to: MagneTek, Poster Offer, 11111 Santa

Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025.

The new first name in electrical equipment. 11111 Santa Monica Blvd.,

Los Angeles, CA 90025,1-800-541-9997

Offices and plants located throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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