Lockheed Martin Corp. is not the source of an Internet leak that put blueprints and other data about a presidential helicopter into the hands of a "malicious" source in Iran, according to data monitoring firm Tiversa. A Navy spokesman said he was aware of a "security breach" in the helicopter program, and investigators were "looking into the matter." Lockheed said the breach does not involve the new presidential helicopters it is building, and Sikorsky Aircraft, manufacturer of the current presidential fleet, is conducting its own investigation into the matter.

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