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    S PA C E H E R I TA G E : C E L E B R AT I N G A P O L L O 1 1 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS RECENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE REVENUE BY SEGMENT (Dollars and shares in millions, except per share data) 2019 2018 NET SALES $2,905 $2,709 NET EARNINGS $180 $97 DILUTED EARNINGS PER SHARE $5.11 $2.68 ADJUSTED EARNINGS PER SHARE* – $4.57 EQUITY MARKET CAPITALIZATION $2,847 $2,985 AVERAGE SHARES OUTSTANDING 35.2 36.1 • Aircraft Controls 45% Measured as of fiscal year end • Industrial Systems 32% SALES (Dollars in millions) • Space and Defense 23% $3,500 $3,000 $ 2,709 $ 2,905 REVENUE BY MARKET $ 2,610 $ 2,648 $ 2,526 $ 2,470 $ 2,498 $2,500 $ 2,412 $ 2,331 $ 2,114 Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, four days after launching on a $ 2,000 $ 1,849 Saturn rocket, the Lunar Module (LM) landed on the surface of the Moon. Moog employees designed and built the Thrust Vector Control $ 1,500 (TVC) actuation on all three stages of the Saturn rocket on that historic $ 1,000 flight—as well as the earlier Mercury and Gemini space programs. $ 500 While Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong and Pilot Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin Jr. descended to the Moon’s surface, Pilot Michael Collins $0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 remained with the Command and Service Modules in lunar orbit. FISCAL YEAR The Moon’s uneven surface required Armstrong to steer the LM using semi-automated controls. To train for the landing, Armstrong DILUTED EARNINGS PER SHARE (In dollars) • Defense 37% used the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) which was $ 6.00 • Commercial Aircraft 23% • designed and built by Bell Aerosystems in Niagara Falls, now part of $ 5.50 Industrial Automation 24% Moog. The LLRV used small jet engines to provide lift and hydrogen peroxide monopropellant rocket engines to simulate how the actual $ 5.00 $ 5.11 • Space 8% Lunar Module would respond during landing. On July 21st, the upper portion of the LM separated and returned $ 4.50 $ 4.00 $ 3.90 $ 4.57 • Medical 8% Armstrong and Aldrin to the orbiting Command Module. The Ascent $ 3.52 Engine, also built by Bell Aerosystems, had no back-up and could not $ 3.50 $ 3.47 $ 3.33 $ 3.35 fail. It worked flawlessly. $ 2.95 REVENUE BY MARKET DISTRIBUTION $ 3.00 $ 2.63 $ 2.68 Artemis, NASA’s new lunar exploration program, will send a crew $ 2.50 $ 2.36 with the first woman and the next man to land on the Moon. $ 1.98 $ 2.00 We are proud to once again be counted on to meet the challenge of returning to the Moon by 2024. $ 1.50 $ 1.00 $ 0.50 $ 0.00 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018* 2019 FISCAL YEAR “The highlight of Moog’s accomplishments in the aerospace market in fiscal 1969 was the successful Apollo Program. *2018 adjusted EPS of $4.57 excluded the impact of charges associated with exiting the wind pitch control business and special impacts from the U.S.Tax Act. • Industrial and Commercial 58% Eight Moog actuators steered the second stage of the Saturn V launch vehicle and two actuators controlled the critical Financial results for fiscal year 2019 are available in Moog’s 10-K. The report • U.S. Military and Government Funded 35% SIVB stage. Moog steering controls have been used on every major space shot to date.” was filed on November 12, 2019, pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 for the fiscal year ended September 28, 2019. • Foreign Government 7% Bill Moog in Moog’s 1969 Annual Report The 10-K can be viewed at www.moog.com/investors/10K. Moog’s geographic revenue distribution is 61% U.S. and 39% international. 2 3

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    CHAIRMAN’S LETTER To Our Shareholders, Employees and Friends, technologies and, within this niche, believe we can be competitive with any player in the industry. I’d like to begin by thanking the 13,000 Moog employees around the globe for their dedication and commitment. This report is a testimony to their work and your In the face of a changing external environment, our internal strategy has not company’s success. changed. We work to create value for our customers by tailoring our products to meet their specific needs and solving their most difficult technical challenges. 2019 was a record year for our company. Sales were up 7%, building on the 8% Customer intimacy is at our core and we enjoy multi-generational relationships with growth in the prior year. Sales in our Aircraft segment were up 9% over fiscal ’18 most of our customers. When there’s a problem, we always seek to do the right as commercial sales saw strong growth across our Boeing, Airbus and business jet thing by our customer, sometimes at the expense of short-term financial results. portfolios. Early production on the next generation Embraer E2 regional jet also We believe this is key to building a great company over time. contributed. In the military aircraft market, sales growth was led by the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program, Bell V-22 and various international We have a laser focus on our core technologies of motion and fluid control, but a wide programs. Our engineering teams continued to win content on next generation lens on end markets which can benefit from our capabilities. We seek to be prudent military aircraft platforms, driving funded development. stewards of our shareholders’ capital by maintaining a strong balance sheet and a disciplined approach to capital allocation. We believe growth is a core element of In Space and Defense, sales were up a very impressive 18% organically, with our long-term value creation and continue aggressively to pursue adjacent acquisitions. entire portfolio of missiles, ground vehicles, naval applications and general However, we remain disciplined in terms of pricing and strategic fit. As a result, we’ve components businesses seeing increases. On the space side, sales increased on walked away from many opportunities in the last year instead of overpaying. NASA programs as the U.S. plans for a return to the Moon in 2024. Funded development programs for hypersonic applications were also strong. We have three corporate-wide initiatives around talent, lean and innovation. Our innovation spending is focused around three key themes which cut across all In our Industrial Systems segment, higher sales into industrial automation and our major markets–electrification, autonomy and connectivity. Finally, our culture of medical applications compensated for lower energy sales. Our decision to exit the trust and collaboration remains the cornerstone of our business. wind pitch control business in 2018 drove the lower energy sales. For the segment in total, it was a flat year for sales but a significant shift in the portfolio to more profitable product lines. “As we look out over the coming Both Space and Defense and Industrial segments saw margin increases as a result of our portfolio refinements over the last few years. Margins in our Aircraft segment decades, we remain very excited about were down due to challenges in our supply chain. These challenges taught us that our business.” we need to build a more robust set of operating processes and systems to meet the demands of being a tier one supplier on major aerospace programs. We are investing In 1969, Moog provided the actuators which steered the Apollo 11 rocket into accordingly in internal talent, outside consulting and capital improvements to drive space, helping put the first humans on the Moon. Over the last 50 years we have significant operational gains over the coming years. built on that heritage by taking our technologies to an ever wider set of customers For fiscal ’20 we’re anticipating another year of sales growth, continued margin and markets. As we look out over the coming decades, we remain very excited expansion and higher earnings per share. We continue to be optimistic about our about our business. business. Our portfolio of defense programs is very strong and our funded Rising concern about global warming is driving the need for new and more efficient development work on future platforms continues to grow. Our commercial aircraft motion technologies. An aging population and lack of skilled labor in many industries revenues will see some legacy programs wind down next year, but our space is increasing the need for more advanced robotics. In addition, advances in sensors, business will be higher on increased NASA activity. We anticipate our industrial artificial intelligence and autonomous systems are making it possible to introduce businesses will be about even with fiscal ’19. new types of automation into old industries such as construction and agriculture. When making forecasts for our business, macroeconomic uncertainty is always the Moog is ideally positioned to take advantage of these macro trends. Our deep biggest unknown. To date, the impact of global trade disputes and Brexit on our expertise in motion components and high reliability systems, combined with our Left to Right,Top to Bottom: Paul Wilkinson, Pat Roche, Don Fishback, John Scannell, Maureen Athoe, Mark Trabert businesses has been muted. We’re hopeful 2020 will bring an easing of trade continuing investments in innovation, give us the tools to meet this emerging demand. tensions and a clearer path forward for the U.K. Defense will continue to be strong At the end of calendar 2019, Don Fishback is retiring from our company. Don joined as the U.S. rebuilds its military capability from the sequestration era and the threat the company in 1981 and spent a career in our finance organization, rising to the role DIRECTORS OFFICERS of near-peer adversaries continues to be the top of the defense agenda. of CFO in 2010. Over the years, he has made an enormous contribution to the John R. Scannell Kraig H. Kayser Mark J. Trabert Jennifer Walter success of our business through active engagement in strategic decisions and Chairman of the Board Director President Vice President Chief Executive Officer President and CEO Aircraft Controls Finance “We remain focused on our key prudent management of our capital. He has always put the interests of our company first, living the culture and being a team player at all times. We will miss a great CFO. Donald R. Fishback Seneca Foods Corp. Maureen M. Athoe Michael J. Swope R. Bradley Lawrence technologies and, within this niche, Don will remain on the board as a director for many years to come so we will continue Director Vice President Director President Space and Defense Controller Principal Accounting Officer to benefit from his insights and wisdom. We wish him well in the next chapter of life. believe we can be competitive with Chief Financial Officer William G. Gisel, Jr. Retired Chairman and CEO Esterline Technologies Patrick J. Roche President Timothy P. Balkin Treasurer Respectfully submitted, any player in the industry.” Director President and CEO Brian J. Lipke Director Industrial Systems Assistant Secretary Paul Wilkinson Robert J. Olivieri Rich Products Corp. Retired Chairman and CEO Within the Aerospace & Defense industry, the trend towards industry consolidation Vice President Secretary John Scannell Gibraltar Industries through mergers and acquisitions continued unabated in 2019. From our Peter J. Gundermann Chief Human Resources Officer Partner Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Director Brenda L. Reichelderfer Hodgson Russ, LLP perspective, we believe that size and scope are less important for an aerospace President and CEO Director supplier than deep expertise and capability. We remain focused on our key Astronics Corp. Retired Group President, ITT Corp. 4 5

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    2019 HIGHLIGHTS Commercial Aftermarket Collaboration Moog and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Aviation Group announced a strategic 15-year collaboration that will provide Etihad Airways with global access to the Moog component spares pool, as well as complete repair support from Moog on a range © Gulfstream of part numbers fitted to the airline’s fleet. Moog will also support Etihad Airways Engineering, the largest MRO service provider in the Middle East, as the company Gulfstream G600™ establishes a center of excellence for component repair and overhaul. Gulfstream’s all-new Gulfstream G600 earned both its type and production F-35A Down Under certificates from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The certifications Moog Australia has been named as Australia’s preferred, in-country repair, were followed by the first G600 deliveries to customers in August. Type certification overhaul and upgrade facility for the F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter is granted after an aircraft’s design proves compliance with aviation regulations. A Electrohydrostatic Actuators, Leading Edge Flap Actuation System, and Level D Certified Full Flight production certificate is granted once the manufacturer demonstrates its Wingfold Actuation System. The work will be performed at Moog’s facility Moog was selected by Havelsan A.S. to provide motion bases with control manufacturing facilities and quality management system meet the agency’s in Melbourne. loading systems and software for five Level D Certified Full Flight Simulators. requirements for safety and reliability. Moog supplies the high lift system and the Turkish Airlines awarded a contract to Havelsan to support pilot training for its pilot directional control system for the G600. The G600 can fly up to 6,500 nautical Airbus and Boeing aircraft. Moog’s simulator solutions increase simulation miles /12,038 kilometers and can carry passengers nonstop from Paris to Valor V-280™ fidelity making Moog the world-leader in providing motion systems for Level D Los Angeles or Hong Kong. Full Flight Simulators. Bell’s V-280 Valor completed flight demonstrations of its low-speed agility testing. Moog is designing, manufacturing and qualifying the integrated flight control U.S. Navy MQ-25A Stingray system, including three flight control computers with support software, six triplex Moog’s Aircraft Controls segment was awarded a contract by The Boeing Company swashplate actuators to control the rotors, and the flaperon and ruddervator to supply the wing flight control actuation and wingfold actuation systems for the actuators that control the wing and tail. The V-280 Valor has demonstrated that it U.S. Navy’s unmanned refueling program. The MQ-25A is the U.S. Navy’s first has the raw control power in pitch, roll, and yaw maneuvers to meet the Army’s carrier-based unmanned refueling aircraft. The contract supports Boeing’s Lycos Video Tracker handling requirements. The U.S. Army-led Joint Multi-Role Technical Demonstrator engineering and manufacturing development program for four U.S. Navy MQ-25A (JMR-TD) program is the precursor to the Department of Defense’s Future Vertical The Defense sector introduced its new Lycos Long Range Precision Tracking aircraft and initial operational capability by 2024. In September, Boeing and the Lift program – the expected next-generation replacement for all DoD helicopters. Moog Torrance Celebrates 25 Years System. The Lycos is engineered to provide best-in-class tracking of targets U.S. Navy successfully completed the refueler’s first test flight. at long range. The system, designed and produced in the U.S., includes high- Moog celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Moog Aircraft Controls definition EO/IR cameras with simultaneous video output in a rugged, KC-46 Pegasus Tanker segment’s facility in Torrance, CA. Acquired in 1994 from the Allied Signal user-friendly design. It is ideally suited for applications requiring high accuracy Company for $69 million, the acquisition added a hydraulic actuation product The U.S. Air Force completed refueling certification and testing for the KC-46 and precision, such as counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (c-UAS), trajectory suite and mechanical rotary actuation used for positioning leading edge flaps – Pegasus tanker aircraft in June. Moog’s Aircraft Controls segment supplies the analysis, weapons scoring and border security. helping Moog grow into an industry leader and one-stop supplier for advanced fly-by-wire refueling boom actuators for the tanker. The actuators allow the boom operator to control the deployment and positioning of the aerial refueling boom. flight control systems. The Torrance site has grown to include 700+ employees The KC-46, derived from Boeing’s commercial 767 airframe, is built in Boeing’s supporting programs that include the Airbus A350, Boeing 787 and F-18, Everett, WA facility. Boeing plans to build 179 of the 767-based refueling aircraft and Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. to replace older KC-135 Stratotankers. The first Pegasus tankers were delivered to the Air Force in January 2019. LAV-AT for U.S. Marine Corps Moog completed its Line of Sight Control (LOSC) contract deliveries to Raytheon in McKinney, TX. Raytheon integrates the LOSC, which includes Moog’s turret and control electronics, with their targeting system, missile launcher, and controls. Completed units are delivered to the Marines as part of their Light Armored Vehicle Anti-Tank (LAV-AT) weapons system. Initial development systems were delivered for testing by the Marines in 2013, followed by a 2015 contract award for 102 New Aircraft Facility Completed systems. The turrets will be in service for 20+ years and Moog will provide Moog’s newly completed 95,000 square foot manufacturing facility includes sustainment services for the program with LAV-AT spare parts. machinery and equipment to support a growing aerospace business. Located Digital Control Servovalves – FM Certification on the Moog campus in Elma, New York, the site houses design engineering, Moog digital control servovalve products received FM Approvals certification Outstanding Achievement in Aviation R&D, manufacturing and support functions, as well as military and commercial according to National Electric Code 505. FM is accredited as a nationally recognized Moog was awarded Aviation Week’s Laureate Award for outstanding AEHF-5 Satellite and 80th Atlas V Mission product assembly and test labs. Built with the energy efficient LED lighting, third-party testing laboratory with a certification mark that is globally recognized. achievement in aviation, aerospace, and defense. Moog received the award in The U.S. Air Force and United Launch Alliance successfully launched the fifth AEHF light harvesting and other efficient building concepts and components, Oil and gas manufacturers, operators and technology suppliers are required to collaboration with the U.S. Air Force and the South Dakota School of Mines satellite on an Atlas V rocket in August. The Advanced Extremely High Frequency employees work in an open-space office environment with collaborative work meet NEC 505 – the electric code for locations where hazardous, flammable and Technology. Moog’s cold spray technology, used for B-1 bomber repairs, (AEHF) is a series of communications satellites operated by the U.S. Air Force centers throughout. The project interconnected three adjacent and multi-era gases may exist. Explosion-proof digital control servo and proportional valves saved over $200,000 per repair on B-1B forward equipment bay panels. Cold Space Command. They are used to relay highly-secure, jam-proof communications constructed buildings and included an extensive brownfield clean-up program provide intelligent closed-loop motion control and optimize equipment functionality spray technology provides an economical repair solution for corroded and for the United States and international partners including Canada, the Netherlands on the construction site. in offshore and onshore oil and gas exploration and production, power generation damaged parts, including hard-to-repair magnesium and aluminum parts. and the United Kingdom. The AEHF-5 launch marked the 80th Atlas V mission and chemical processing control applications. since the inaugural launch in 2002. 6 7

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    Supplier of integrated systems and critical control products for military, commercial and business aircraft. AIRCRAFT CONTROLS Military Aircraft Business Jets Our broad technology portfolio and collaborative customer relationships deliver high value‐added, tailored solutions to commercial and F-35, F-15, F/A-18E/F, EA-18G, F-16, KC-46, A400M, Korea KFX and T-50, C-27J, C-295, Bombardier Challenger 350, 605 and Global Express, Gulfstream G280, G500, military customers. CN-235, Eurofighter, JAS 39, India LCA, Japan C-2, P-1, Hawk, AJT, M346, MQ-25A G550, G600, G650, G700 Military and Commercial Helicopters Customer Support Product Portfolio H-60/S-70, H-53, EH-101, S-76, S-92, V-22, V-280, AH-64, A109, A129, AB139, All current production programs above plus legacy programs including A-7, A-10, A300, • Flight control computers and flight‐critical software AW159, AW609, Future Lynx, B525 A340, AH-64, AMX, B-1B, B-2, B-52, BAE-146, C-5, C-130, C-141, CH-46, CH-47, • Primary and secondary flight control actuation – all technologies Commercial Airplanes CH-53, Cessna Citation X, Bombardier Challenger 300, 604, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, • High lift /flap actuation systems Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777, 787, Airbus A320, A330, A350, A380, Embraer E-Jets E-2C, EA-6B, F-2, F-4, F-100, F/A-18C/D, F/A-22, Gulfstream , G350, G400, G450, • Specialty actuation systems E2 Family, COMAC C919 Hawk, KC-10, KC-135, MD-11, MD-80, MD-90, P-3, T-45, Tornado, U-2, VC-10, 757 • Critical control components Competitive Advantages • State-of-the-art technology and intellectual property in flight controls, engine controls, door drive controls, active vibration controls and engineered components • Critical component knowledge • Complete flight control system design and integration capability • World-class manufacturing facilities and skilled, experienced, team-based workforce • Focused, highly-responsive global aftermarket support organization • Commercial Aircraft OEM $540 M FY 2019 SALES • Commercial Aircraft Aftermarket $141 M $1,303 M • Military Aircraft OEM $415 M F-35C Lightning II – VFA 125 “Rough Raiders” Airbus A350-900 • Military Aircraft Aftermarket $207 M Courtesy of U.S. Navy / Lt. Cmdr. Darin Russell Courtesy of Szabó Gábor Aftermarket Support As a leading supplier to aircraft OEMs, Moog’s portfolio includes a broad range of electrical, hydraulic and mechanical aircraft control components and systems. We offer the latest enhancements and support for our products over the life cycle of a platform – from idea conception and design to aftermarket. Moog’s customer commitment includes a staffed 24/7 Aircraft on Ground (AOG) service for commercial programs. An unserviceable aircraft, grounded due to lack of spare parts, is costly for an airline or operator of freighters or business jets. When lack of a part keeps an aircraft from being released to service, the aircraft is considered AOG. Operators then dispatch emergency spares from their inventory, part manufacturers, or other open market sources. Shifting airline strategies has Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner CV-22 Osprey streamlined hub-to-hub passenger routing and consolidated maintenance operations. Courtesy of Chris Pitchacaren Courtesy of U.S. Air Force / Sr. Airman Luke Kitterman Moog’s Total Support (MTS) quickly supplies new and overhauled components from Moog’s Testing of 787 Dreamliner Outboard Spoiler – 6 Per Aircraft forward-stocking inventory locations around the globe. Airlines on contract for Power by the Hour (PBH) services have access to spares pooling, maintenance and on-site technical support. On average, Moog’s 24/7 aftermarket response team manages 75 AOG and PBH events each month, with a turnaround time of less than four hours. Moog aftermarket support employees interact with customers over 5,000 times a month when ordering spares, inquiring about repair and overhaul services, and arranging advance exchanges. On military aircraft, Moog is positioned on virtually every platform in the marketplace. With aircraft in service many years beyond intended design life, Moog provides modern solutions with upgrades and life extension programs that utilize next generation technologies. Moog engineers also work in conjunction with military aircraft repair depots to support 787 Dreamliner Inboard Spoiler fighter, helicopter and tiltrotor aircraft stationed around the globe. As the OEM legacy supplier 4 Per Aircraft of F-15, F-16 and F-18 flight control components, our aftermarket and sustainment teams routinely provide spare parts and repair and overhaul services to U.S. and international military users, supporting Moog legacy and non-Moog products. KC-46 Pegasus and F-35A Lightning II Embraer E195-E2 Courtesy of U.S. Air Force / 412th Test Wing Courtesy of Michel van Bokhoven 8 9

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    Extensive heritage and industry expertise with a focus on mission critical solutions. S PA C E A N D D E F E N S E Space Defense We provide reliable hardware, integration and launch support to the space industry, and components and systems that are critical to the Satellite Controls: MAXAR 1300-Class and Legion-Class, Eurostar, Spacebus, Missile Systems: HELLFIRE®, TOW, Tomahawk, MALD, EKV, THAAD U.S. war fighter and our global military allies. LM2100, DS-1000/2000, GEOStar, James Webb Space Telescope, GPS III, Defense Control Systems: Abrams, AC-130J, AJAX, Aegis Combat System, CV90 Galileo, H2 Transfer Vehicle family, FLW 100/200 RWS, G/ATOR Radar, LAV-25, LAV-AT, Littoral Combat Ship Space Product Portfolio Launch Vehicles, Hypersonic Vehicles, Manned Space and Strategic Missile Controls: MK46, U.S. Army MLIDS and USMC MADIS c-UAS, Multi-Mission Launcher, Stryker • Multi-tier provider capable of components, systems and prime level integration Atlas V, Delta IV, Ariane 5, Minuteman III, Falcon 9, NASA Space Launch System and Naval Systems: Virginia and Columbia-class submarines, USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier • Thrust vector control and flight control actuation systems, avionics, propulsion controls and structures for missiles and launch vehicles Orion, CST-100 Starliner Commercial Crew Vehicle, Trident D-5, OmegA, New Glenn, • Liquid rocket engines, tanks, chemical and electric propulsion systems, subsystems and components for spacecraft and launch vehicles Sensor & Surveillance Systems: Ground Based Operational Surveillance System, and LauncherOne Mine Resistant Ambush Protection (MRAP), RQ-7 Shadow • Satellite integrated avionics, solar array drives, antenna pointing mechanisms and vibration isolation systems Defense Controls Product Portfolio • Fin and Thrust Vector Control actuation systems and divert and attitude control components for tactical, hypersonic and interceptor missiles • Weapon Stores Management Systems (SMS) and launchers for the deployment of missiles, guns and rockets • Turreted weapon systems, precision motion controls and slip rings for gun laying/stabilization, ammunition handling and expeditionary radar • Electromechanical and electrohydraulic actuation products for Naval ships, submarines and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) • Integrated counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (c-UAS), sensor-based security systems and sensor positioning sub-systems • Product training, aftermarket and field-service support Competitive Advantages • 65+ years of heritage with highly-skilled engineers, technologists and rocket scientists • Strong customer relationships based on decades of defense and space mission expertise • Focus on delivering 100% quality products, on-time, utilizing lean manufacturing principles • A one‐stop resource for space and defense actuation plus control electronics Space Launch System Rocket and Orion Spacecraft Moog Reconfigurable Integrated-weapons Platform – RIwP Courtesy of NASA FY 2019 SALES • Defense Controls $464 M $683 M • Space $219 M Additive Manufacturing for Space Moog has a strong heritage of providing thrusters and associated components to global satellite customers. To prepare for the ever-evolving space market, Moog has invested in a state-of-the-art metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) facility and a new engine testing facility. Europa Clipper Spacecraft – Orbiting Jupiter Littoral Combat Ship USS Milwaukee (LCS 5) Currently, Moog engineers are developing technologies to support the next generation of Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech Courtesy of U.S. Navy / MC Spec. 2nd Class Zachary A. Anderson monopropellant and bi-propellant small thrusters, utilizing AM and other advanced manufacturing methods. AM offers unique geometries that increase propellant flow efficiencies and provide unparalleled thermal management. Within one-half inch, a thruster could have a surface that will be greater than 2500˚ F and another feature that needs to be maintained to less than 100˚ F. The additive configuration allows for these temperatures to be accommodated where traditional manufacturing methods would not meet the expected package requirements. When compared to a conventional design method, additive offers the advantages of weight reduction, overall part-count reduction, reduced special processes such as welding and Completed Rocket Engine Assembly brazing, faster design iteration with shorter lead-times, and improved performance with a potential for lower cost products. Moog has recently manufactured, and hot-fire tested AM rocket engine injectors made of titanium and INCONEL®. Traditional or subtractive machined parts have a lead-time of 12-15 months. Moog’s AM rapid product development reduced the lead-time to 4-6 months, with a replacement part lead-time of 4 days. Complex geometry due Post-Processed to injector complexity, envelope, and mass constraints made AM development the answer for Additive Rocket Engine a hardware design that had to meet strict customer performance specifications. Injector Additive Rocket Engine Injector Moog’s Mercury Tracking System – Medium Range Virginia-Class Attack Submarine USS Delaware (SSN 791) c-UAS, installed Atlanta, GA Courtesy of U.S. Navy / HII-Ashley Cowan 10 11

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    Recognized brand in key markets with capabilities in motion control, sensing, power and data transmission. INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS Industrial Automation Simulation and Test We create a competitive advantage for our customers by providing unique motion control solutions. Plastic injection and blow molding machine controls – both hydraulic and Flight simulation motion systems including Level D certified motion bases and electric, steel production, metal forming and presses, packaging, robotics, G-seats for realistic pilot training, hydraulic and electric automotive turnkey testing Product Portfolio construction, material handling and industrial automation systems for component performance and structural testing, aerospace turnkey • Slip ring assemblies for industrial automation, construction equipment and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels Energy / Marine testing systems for iron bird, structural and components • Hydraulic servovalves, including valves with embedded intelligence Gas and steam turbine solutions, oil and gas exploration and production solutions, Medical • Brush, brushless DC and servo electric motors for material handling and industrial automation Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Oxygen therapy, sleep therapy, computed tomography (CAT scan), IV pumps, • Highly reliable electric, electro-hydrostatic and hydraulic actuation systems for industrial motion control, simulation, and test applications Vessels (FPSO), wind energy turbine components enteral pumps, sensors, surgical handpieces • Ball and roller screws for injection and blow molding machinery and harsh environment industrial systems • Controllers, servo drives and software for a broad range of motion control applications • High-performance servo pumps for a wide range of high-end industrial applications • Fiber optic rotary joints, acoustic sensors, sonars, and video cameras for subsea imaging and Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) • Medical OEM air detection sensors, surgical handpieces, ambulatory care infusion pumps and enteral feeding pumps • Motors and blowers for sleep therapy, ventilators and portable oxygen concentrators Competitive Advantages • Global reach with sales, engineering and operations across 22 countries • Engineering heritage and experience in our customers’ machines, motion design challenges and industrial applications • Ability to customize our technology and leverage system engineering expertise to create unique solutions • Low to high volume manufacturing complemented by supplier partnerships • Expert global aftermarket services including spares, repairs and overhaul, field service and training • Industrial Automation $447 M Turbine Controls Gas and Steam Turbines Flight Simulation – Level D Full Flight Simulators Courtesy of Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH FY 2019 SALES • Medical $227 M $918 M • Energy / Marine $121 M • Simulation and Test $123 M Rotary Transfer Systems Rekofa’s rotary transfer product portfolio, acquired by Moog in 2017, includes customized electromechanical systems that transfer current, signals and data in rotating devices or structures. The products are used wherever there is a need for continuous rotating transfer of currents, data and media to a stationary component. Slip ring transmitters, often called rotary joints or transfer systems, are electromechanical products used on fixed angle and Sub-miniature High-performance Controls Machine Controls continuously rotating parts. Motorsports Extrusion Blow Molding Machinery For over 90 years, Rekofa has been designing and manufacturing slip rings for most major OEM equipment manufacturers. Slip rings are designed into construction excavators, port and mobile cranes, turntable ladder vehicles and elevating platforms to deliver reliable performance in harsh environments. Most of these applications require robust bandwidth Construction Machinery Slip Rings that reflects equipment type, data usage and jobsite conditions. The technology can also be combined to include electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and multi- channel fiber optic transfers typically used in tower cranes and cabs, radar systems and automotive manufacturing. Rekofa engineers work with customers to incorporate custom designs into new products, specializing in matching components to specific environmental conditions for temperature, sea water and oil resistance, and vibration. The Rekofa acquisition extended Moog’s existing line of industrial slip rings and rotary transfer solutions to Rekofa’s customer base in Europe, Asia and North America. In addition to excavators, slip ring rotary transmitters are designed into industrial automation applications for packaging, printing, bottling and automotive plant welding turntables. Moog Rekofa Products Slip Rings – Medical Computer Tomography (CT) Moog IV and Enteral Medical Pumps 12 13

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    FINANCIAL REVIEW I N V E S TO R I N F O R M AT I O N (Dollars and shares in millions, except per share data) 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 * 2011* 2010 * 2009 * Annual Meeting New York Stock Exchange SEGMENT SALES Our Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held on February 11, 2020 at 9:00 Our two classes of common shares are traded on the New York Stock am PST at The Intercontinental Hotel, 901 Bayfront Ct., San Diego, CA 92101. Exchange under the ticker symbols MOG.A and MOG.B. AIRCRAFT CONTROLS $ 1,303 $ 1,194 $ 1,125 $ 1,064 $ 1,087 $ 1,118 $ 1,060 $ 964 $ 850 $ 757 $ 663 SPACE AND DEFENSE CONTROLS 1 $ 683 $ 581 $ 529 $ 499 $ 381 $ 395 $ 396 $ 359 $ 356 $ 325 $ 275 Reports Electronic Information INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS 1 $ 918 $ 935 $ 843 $ 849 $ 522 $ 591 $ 592 $ 634 $ 629 $ 546 $ 455 Shareholders have electronic access to our annual report / Form 10-K and We have a website for investors which includes: Proxy Statement. Copies of these and our other public reports are available on • Press releases our website or by contacting us via email, telephone or letter at: • Financial results and archived webcasts COMPONENTS1 – – – – $ 536 $ 545 $ 563 $ 514 $ 495 $ 487 $ 457 • SEC filings Investor Relations • Corporate governance and ESG information NET SALES $ 2,905 $ 2,709 $ 2,498 $ 2,412 $ 2,526 $ 2,648 $ 2,610 $ 2,470 $ 2,331 $ 2,114 $ 1,849 Moog Inc. • Answers to frequently asked questions East Aurora, New York 14052-0018 • Transfer agent information EARNINGS BEFORE TAXES $ 234 $ 184 $ 182 $ 173 $ 184 $ 219 $ 165 $ 209 $ 184 $ 149 $ 111 Phone: 716-687-4225 Email: investorrelations@moog.com Please visit http://www.moog.com/investors NET EARNINGS $ 180 $ 97 $ 141 $ 127 $ 132 $ 158 $ 120 $ 152 $ 136 $ 108 $ 85 Shareholders who hold Moog stock with a broker or bank nominee and wish Note that not all information contained on our website is incorporated into this to receive press releases via e-mail should contact Investor Relations. annual overview or our other SEC filings. NET RETURN ON SALES 6.2% 3.6% 5.7% 5.3% 5.2% 6.0% 4.6% 6.2% 5.8% 5.1% 4.6% EARNINGS PER SHARE Transfer Agent and Registrar Affirmative Action Program Equiniti (EQ) Shareowner Services is the stock transfer agent and registrar In recognition of our role as a contributing corporate citizen, we have adopted all BASIC EPS $ 5.16 $ 2.71 $ 3.94 $ 3.49 $ 3.39 $ 3.57 $ 2.66 $ 3.37 $ 2.99 $ 2.38 $ 2.00 maintaining shareholder accounting and ownership records, dividend history programs and procedures in our Affirmative Action Program as a matter of and tax forms. Corporate policy. DILUTED EPS $ 5.11 $ 2.68 $ 3.90 $ 3.47 $ 3.35 $ 3.52 $ 2.63 $ 3.33 $ 2.95 $ 2.36 $ 1.98 Please direct inquiries to: Data Privacy ADJUSTED EPS 2 – $ 4.57 EQ Shareowner Services MAC N9173-010 Moog is committed to protecting personal data in accordance with its responsibilities 1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 101 DILUTED WEIGHTED-AVERAGE 35.2 36.1 36.2 36.5 39.3 45.0 45.8 45.7 46.0 45.7 42.9 under U.S. and worldwide privacy regulations, including the General Data Protection SHARES OUTSTANDING (in millions) Mendota Heights, MN 55120 Regulation (GDPR). Toll Free: 1-800-468-9716 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT $ 126 $ 130 $ 145 $ 147 $ 132 $ 139 $ 135 $ 116 $ 106 $ 103 $ 100 Secure online access is available at www.shareowneronline.com. Photographic Images The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not CAPITAL EXPENDITURES $ 118 $ 95 $ 76 $ 67 $ 81 $ 79 $ 93 $ 107 $ 84 $ 66 $ 82 Independent Auditors imply or constitute DoD endorsement. Ernst & Young LLP DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION $ 85 $ 89 $ 90 $ 99 $ 104 $ 109 $ 108 $ 101 $ 96 $ 91 $ 76 AT YEAR END TOTAL ASSETS $ 3,114 $ 2,964 $ 3,091 $ 3,005 $ 3,037 $ 3,140 $ 3,151 $ 3,106 $ 2,843 $ 2,712 $ 2,634 WORKING CAPITAL $ 901 $ 796 $ 997 $ 938 $ 931 $ 849 $ 834 $ 885 $ 834 $ 813 $ 764 INDEBTEDNESS $ 833 $ 863 $ 957 $ 1,006 $ 1,070 $ 872 $ 706 $ 765 $ 725 $ 765 $ 833 Front Cover: TOP ROW SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY $ 1,332 $ 1,225 $ 1,214 $ 988 $ 995 $ 1,347 $ 1,536 $ 1,305 $ 1,192 $ 1,121 $ 1,065 Construction Crane Slip Rings F-35B Lightning II Courtesy of U.S. Marine Corps / Warrant Officer Bobby J. Yarbrough UH-60 Black Hawk Courtesy of U.S. Air Force / Alejandro Peña RETURN ON 13.8% 7.8% 13.3% 12.6% 11.3% 10.4% 8.6% 12.1% 11.4% 9.8% 8.3% Delta IV Heavy Rocket Courtesy of U.S. Air Force SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY Steel Mill Controls SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY PER MIDDLE ROW $ 38.12 $ 35.20 $ 33.94 $ 27.56 $ 27.09 $ 32.51 $ 33.86 $ 28.80 $ 26.38 $ 24.70 $ 23.53 Computer Tomography-CT COMMON SHARE OUTSTANDING EA-18G Growler Courtesy of U.S. Navy / MC Spec. 3rd Class Michael Singley View of Earth 1969 Courtesy of NASA / Astronaut-Command Module Pilot Michael Collins BACKLOG (12 month) $ 1,502 $ 1,481 $ 1,212 $ 1,225 $ 1,273 $ 1,340 $ 1,296 $ 1,279 $ 1,325 $ 1,181 $ 1,098 Oil and Gas Exploration BOTTOM ROW NUMBER OF FULL-TIME 12,809 11,787 10,675 10,497 10,691 11,031 11,152 10,976 10,320 10,117 10,005 Stryker 3rd Cavalry Regiment Courtesy of U.S. Army / Staff Sargent Matthew Johnson EMPLOYEES Gulfstream G600 Courtesy of Phil Hosking GPS III Navstar GPS Satellite Courtesy of SMP/GP 1 The former Components segment has been divided and merged into Space and Defense Controls and Industrial Systems segments. * Not restated for Total Assets, Working Capital and Indebtedness. COVER BACKGROUND IMAGE 2 2018 adjusted EPS of $4.57 excludes the impact of charges associated with exiting the wind pitch controls business and special impacts Amounts may not equal the total due to rounding. Original Patent Drawing of Electrohydraulic Servovalve from the U.S. Tax Act. Patent No. 2,767,689 – William C. Moog, Jr., East Aurora, New York Design and layout by Moog Graphic Services 14 15

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