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This excerpt taken from the NSC 8-K filed Feb 15, 2006.

Board of Directors

Gerald L. Baliles, 65, of Richmond, Va., will retire effective March 31, 2006, from Hunton & Williams, a business law firm with offices in several major U.S. cities and international offices in Bangkok, Brussels, London, Hong Kong and Singapore, and on April 1 will become director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs for the University of Virginia. His board service began in 1990; his current term expires in 2008.
Committees: Executive, Governance and Nominating, FINANCE

Gene R. Carter, 66, of Alexandria, Va., is executive director and chief executive officer of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, among the world’s largest international education associations. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2008.
Committees: Executive, Audit, COMPENSATION

Alston D. Correll, 64, of Atlanta, is chairman of Georgia-Pacific Corporation. His board service began in 2000; his current term expires in 2007.
Committees: Governance and Nominating, Finance

David R. Goode, 65, of Norfolk, Va., is retired chairman of Norfolk Southern Corporation. He joined Norfolk and Western Railway in 1965 and served as chief executive officer of Norfolk Southern from 1992 to Nov. 1, 2005, continuing as chairman until Feb. 1, 2006. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2006.
Committees: Executive

Landon Hilliard, 66, of New York City, is a partner in Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., a private bank in New York City. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2007.
Committees: Executive, GOVERNANCE AND NOMINATING, Finance

Burton M. Joyce, 64, of Penhook, Va., is chairman of IPSCO, a leading steel producer. His board service began in November 2003; his current term expires in 2007.
Committees: Audit, Compensation

Steven F. Leer, 53, of St. Louis, is president and chief executive officer of Arch Coal, Inc., the nation’s second-largest coal producer. His board service began in 1999; his current term expires in 2006.
Committees: Governance and Nominating, Finance

Charles W. Moorman, 54, of Virginia Beach, Va., is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Norfolk Southern Corporation. He joined Norfolk Southern in 1970 and was named chairman effective Feb. 1, 2006. His board service began in 2005; his current term expires in 2008.
Committees: Executive

Jane Margaret O’Brien, 52, of St. Mary’s City, Md., is president of St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Her board service began in 1994; her current term expires in 2007.
Committees: Executive, AUDIT, Compensation

Harold W. Pote, 59, of New York City, is vice chairman, Retail Financial Services of JPMorgan Chase & Co. His board service began in 1988; his current term expires in 2006.
Committees: EXECUTIVE, Governance and Nominating, Compensation

J. Paul Reason, 64, Admiral, USN, retired, of Norfolk, Va., is vice chairman of Metro Machine Corporation, a ship repair company. His board service began in 2002; his current term expires in 2008.
Committees: Audit, Finance

Daniel A. Carp, 57, of Naples, Fla., formerly served as chairman and chief executive officer of Eastman Kodak Company. His board service began in January 2006; his current term expires in 2006. (not pictured)
Committees: Audit, Finance

Committee of the Board of Directors - CHAIRS are indicated by capital letters

This excerpt taken from the NSC 8-K filed Feb 17, 2005.

Board Of Directors

As of February 1, 2005

Gerald L. Baliles, 64, of Richmond, Va., is a partner in the law firm of Hunton & Williams, a business law firm with offices in several major U.S. cities and international offices in Bangkok, Brussels, London and Hong Kong . His board service began in 1990; his current term expires in 2005.

Gene R. Carter, 65, of Alexandria, Va., is executive director and chief executive officer of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, among the world's largest international education associations. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2005.

Alston D. Correll, 63, of Atlanta, is chairman and chief executive officer of Georgia-Pacific Corporation. His board service began in 2000; his current term expires in 2006.

David R. Goode, 64, of Norfolk, Va., is chairman and chief executive officer of Norfolk Southern Corporation. He joined Norfolk and Western Railway in 1965 and was named chief executive officer of Norfolk Southern in 1992. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2006.

Landon Hilliard, 65, of New York City, is a partner in Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., a private bank in New York City. His board service began in 1992; his current term expires in 2007.

Burton M. Joyce, 62, of Penhook, Va., is chairman of IPSCO, a leading steel producer. His board service began in November 2003; his current term expires in 2007.

Steven F. Leer, 52, of St. Louis, is president and chief executive officer of Arch Coal, Inc., the nation's second-largest coal producer. His board service began in 1999; his current term expires in 2006.

Charles W. Moorman, 52, of Virginia Beach, Va., is president of Norfolk Southern Corporation. He joined Norfolk Southern in 1970 and was named president on Oct. 1, 2004. His board service began Jan. 25, 2005 ; his current term expires in 2005.

Jane Margaret O'Brien, 51, of St. Mary's City, Md., is president of St. Mary's College of Maryland. Her board service began in 1994; her current term expires in 2007.

Harold W. Pote, 58, of New York City, is vice chairman, Retail Financial Services of JPMorgan Chase & Co. His board service began in 1988; his current term expires in 2006.

J. Paul Reason, 63, Admiral, USN, retired, of Norfolk, Va., is president and chief operating officer of Metro Machine Corporation, a ship repair company. His board service began in 2002; his current term expires in 2005.

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