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EaglePicher Supplies Silver Zinc Batteries to Raytheon Standard Missile-2 Program

JOPLIN, Mo., (March 3, 2009) – EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, an EaglePicher company and leading producer of batteries and energetic devices for the defense, space and commercial industries, will supply silver zinc batteries to Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) in support of its Standard Missle-2 program. The EaglePicher batteries provide power to the missile during launch.

The SM-2 capitalizes on communication techniques, advanced signal processing and propulsion improvements to substantially increase the intercept range and provide high-and low-altitude intercept capability and performance against the advanced anti-ship missile threat. The Standard Missile has been the U.S. Navy's primary surface to-air fleet air-defense weapon for more than three decades.

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EaglePicher Medical Power Launches Two D-shaped Mini Lithium-ion Batteries

Joplin, Missouri, February 10, 2009 – EaglePicher Medical Power, LLC, a leading supplier of batteries for implantable medical devices, today announced two new, mini, Lithium-ion batteries developed to meet a growing demand for smaller, longer lasting, implantable medical devices.

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EaglePicher Medical Power to Open Headquarters and R&D Center in Plano, Texas; Add 25 New Positions

Plano, Texas, Jan. 29, 2009 – EaglePicher Medical Power, LLC, an EaglePicher company and leading supplier of batteries to manufacturers of implantable medical devices, today announced that it has chosen to headquarter its company, along with a state-of-the-art research and development center, in Plano, Texas. The new facility is scheduled to open in March.

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Randy A. Moore Announced as President of EaglePicher Technologies, LLC

Randy A. Moore is President of EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, the leading producer of batteries
and energetic devices for the defense, space and commercial industries. EaglePicher
Technologies provides the most experience and broadest capability in battery electrochemistry of
any battery supplier in the United States offering a wide range of battery technology including
thermal, nickel hydrogen, lithium carbonmonofluoride, lithium thionyl chloride, lithium manganese
dioxide, lithium sulfur dioxide, lithium ion, reserve lithium oxyhalide, custom battery assemblies and
silver zinc batteries. It also provides other energy products and pyrotechnic devices for the defense
industry, as well as advanced battery chargers and other power solutions for business, industrial
and recreational applications.

In his former roles, Mr. Moore was the Executive Vice President and General Manager of
Kollsman, Inc., a leading provider of advanced systems for the commercial aviation, homeland
security, and defense markets. Mr. Moore led Kollsman to capture the 2007 New Hampshire
Business of the Year award in the manufacturing/ technology category and the 2006 Product of the
Year award for the Enhanced Vision System II. Kollsman also made Business NH Magazine’s 2006
top ten list of Best Large Companies to Work For in New Hampshire. Prior to Kollsman, Mr. Moore
served as the Vice President and General Manager of a newly formed business unit at Kaman
Aerostructures & PlasticFab, Inc. where he focused on the production of aircraft structures. Prior to
joining Kaman, Mr. Moore held positions of increasing responsibility with several technology
companies such as Lucent Technologies, Texas Data Systems & Solutions, Raytheon/E-Systems,
and Westinghouse Electric.

In addition to his corporate positions, Mr. Moore served in the United States Air Force and was
promoted from airman basic through captain while on active duty. He retired in 2007 as a lieutenant
colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserves.

Mr. Moore received a Master in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University at
Edwardsville, where he was a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, and a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Marketing and Management from Texas Lutheran College. He also holds
certifications in Teamwork Facilitation, Project Management, Professional Contracts Management,
and Purchasing Management. Active in the aviation community, Mr. Moore is a member of the
National Business Aviation Association and the Aerospace Industries Association. He authored a
text in the field of strategic supplier management published by the American Management
Association. Mr. Moore is married to his wife, Elizabeth, and has three children, Will, Randa, and
Chelsey. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, fly fishing, and flying.

EaglePicher Technologies Earns Prestigious Lockheed Martin Preferred Supplier Award

Award recognizes exemplary performance in delivery, quality and production

Joplin, Missouri, April 14, 2008 – EaglePicher Technologies, a leading producer of batteries and energetic devices for the defense, space and commercial industries, announced today it has been awarded a Preferred Supplier Award from Lockheed Martin’s Missiles and Fire Control business unit. The award represents superiority in quality, delivery and business performance/management.

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EaglePicher Medical Power Names Joseph Marotta Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Vancouver, BC, March 11, 2008 – EaglePicher Medical Power, a leading supplier of batteries to manufacturers of implantable medical devices, announced today that Joseph (Joe) Marotta has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. In this position, Mr. Marotta will be responsible for the sales and marketing activities of EaglePicher Medical Power including customer development initiatives.

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EaglePicher Technologies Introduces First Implantable Medical Cell Designed Specifically for Monitoring Applications

Lithium Thionyl chloride cells provide high energy density and low entry cost

JOPLIN, Missouri, January 29, 2008 – EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, an EaglePicher company, today announced its Medical Power group introduced two new implantable medical batteries to the market. The two batteries, aimed at the rapidly growing implantable monitor market, provide high energy density and low entry cost. Typical applications include implantable cardiac and glucose monitors.

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EaglePicher Technologies Awarded Two Satellite Programs by Orbital Sciences Corporation

Joplin, Mo., December 11, 2007--EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, an EaglePicher company, today announced it has been awarded two satellite battery programs by Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC). The orders are for the manufacture of lithium ion batteries to power SES Americom’s AMC-5R and FM-1 satellites during eclipse.

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EaglePicher Technologies Receives $2.9 Million Defense Contract to Support Automated Manufacturing of Missile Batteries Contract part of 2008 Defense Appropriations Bill

Joplin, Missouri, December 3, 2007 – EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, an EaglePicher company, today announced it has received a $2.9 million defense contract as part of the 2008 Defense Appropriations Bill. This government contract will fund the qualification of new missile, portable power and Department of Defense batteries at EaglePicher Technologies’ new automated facility in Pittsburg, Kan. The new 30,000 ft2 facility positions EaglePicher at the forefront of U.S.-based battery suppliers for defenserelated programs.

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EaglePicher Technologies Ships First Lithium-Ion Batteries for Communications Satellites

Joplin, Missouri, November 28, 2007 – EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, an EaglePicher company and a leading producer of batteries and energetic devices for the defense, space and commercial industries, today announced it has shipped its first two orders for lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries to Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC). The 18-cell Li-Ion batteries will be used for communications satellites. 

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