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Lockheed Martin Delivers 1,000th Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod

Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] marked the 1,000 th Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod (ATP) delivery during a ceremony held yesterday at its Missiles and Fire Control facility in Orlando, Florida. The 1,000 th pod, which was delivered to the U.S. Air […]

Aviation Week Speculates on who Will win the Long Range Strike Bomber Contract

The U.S. Air Force will select a prime contractor this year to develop and build its stealthy Long-Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B). Boeing and Lockheed Martin have teamed up to compete against B-2 prime contractor Northrop Grumman, but who...Show More Summary

Drone Vandalism Era Arrives

It looks like the age of drone vandalism has taken off, if you will pardon the pun. Drones have gotten its fair share of news recently, including one that has been developed by Lockheed Martin to help locate missing people, while another depicts a drone that has fallen in love with a woman. Show More Summary

US Defense Contractor Sets Up Lab for Missile Defense System

A new laboratory has been opened to develop seekers, which locate and track missile warheads, for the US Missile Defense Agency, defense contractor Lockheed Martin said in a statement on Thursday.

Venus, Hell, and the Religious Imagination

If you can get past the outlandishness of his position, the Rev. Michael Santini makes a good point. Santini—a former Boeing/Lockheed Martin aerospace engineer who went on to attend two fairly prestigious mainline seminaries—says Venus might be Hell, and has self-published a book making his case. And...

First of Two KC-130Rs Delivered to Chilean Air Force

The Chilean Air Force has taken delivery of a Lockheed Martin KC-130R Hercules refueling/transport aircraft. The aircraft is the first of two to be delivered this year to Chile’s Aviation Group No. 10. The KC-130R was previously flown by the […]

These photos of four F-35s refueling in the air are so amazing

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Pumping gas never looked so good. Here’s an awesome photo from Lockheed Martin showing four F-35s sipping fuel from a KC-130j tanker plane. It captures the entire view, from below and to the side to up front and up close. Seeing fighter jets refuel in the air will probably never get old to me, especially when it looks like this. Read more...

Lockheed Martin Works On New Drone That Helps Locate Missing People

Drones are pretty useful tools to have around, especially if you happen to be the military and want to scout a particular area without having to put the lives of your pilots at risk. Apart from that, there are also other interesting ways to make use of a drone – in civilian life, for example. Show More Summary

Here's the most expensive weapons system ever and all of its ammunition in one photo

Earlier this month the US Air Force told Reuters that America's most expensive weapons system ever built is on track for "initial combat use" by September 2016. Designed and manufactured at Lockheed Martin's massive production facility in Fort Worth, Texas, the F-35 Lightning II can carry an impressive 18,000 pounds of lethal ammunition. Show More Summary

Lockheed Martin's drones widen the net for search and rescue missions

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Spreading eyeballs as widely as possible can make all the difference in the early stages of search and rescue operations. With the recent rise of drones, this has come to include getting eyes up into the sky to give some first responders an aerial perspective. Show More Summary

Lockheed Martin Praises TPP Developments

Lockheed Martin claims that Recent developments that may lead to passing legislation in support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership should be praised as a step in the right direction.

Lockheed Martin profit falls 6 percent on fewer jet deliveries

(Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon's No. 1 weapons supplier, reported a 6 percent fall in quarterly profit, partly due to fewer aircraft deliveries. Weapons makers, including Lockheed and Raytheon Co, have increased focus on international markets and the cybersecurity business as weak U.S. Show More Summary

Lockheed eyes cost cuts, reputation in satellite business

By Andrea Shalal COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp has long dominated the U.S. military space market, but it is fighting harder than ever to cut costs, become more innovative, and shed a reputation for arrogance, Mark Valerio, the head of its military satellite unit, said in an interview. Show More Summary

Sec Navy Mabus: F-35 Will '“almost certainly will be, the last manned strike fighter aircraft the US Navy Buys or Flies'

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus said the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) will be “almost certainly will be, the last manned strike fighter aircraft the Department of the Navy will ever buy or fly,” signaling key assumptions...Show More Summary

Solar thermal for South Africa; Lockheed eyes waste-to-energy

The week in clean energy saw South Africa revealed as the engine behind renewables investment in Q1 with $3.1bn including two major solar thermal projects while, elsewhere, Lockheed Martin continued its move into waste-to-energy.

Reusable Vulcan rockets that parachute to Earth to launch in 2019

United Launch Alliance, a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin, has announced a new, reusable rocket, named Vulcan after a public vote

Turkey Gets Enhanced Airborne EW

Under the terms of a U.S. FMS contract announced in March, Lockheed Martin will provide the Turkish Air Force with electronic warfare modernization on board its fleet of F-16s. The contract, valued at $13.98 million, has a period lasting through […]

US Air Force Already Looking at Upgrades to F-35: Lasers, new Engines, Avionics

The U.S. Air Force is on track to declare Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter jet ready for initial combat use by August or September 2016, and officials are already looking at possible future upgrades to its weapons, propulsion andShow More Summary

Obama Sends Egypt’s Military Dictatorship More Weapons

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : GDay World

Despite the fact that the Egyptian military overthrew a democratically-elected government and then imprisoned 40,000 people, the US has decided to sell them “12 F-16s made by Lockheed Martin Corp., 20 Harpoon missiles from Boeing Co....Show More Summary

Pakistan Shopping Chinese Subs | Estonia Looks to Raytheon for Cyber Defense | PAK-FA / T-50 Prospects Dimming

Americas The Navy has allocated $610 million worth of funding for the construction of Arleigh Burke-class DDG-122, with the total value of the contract with Bath Iron Works now reaching $3.4 billion. In related news, Lockheed Martin and Austal have received contracts for the construction of more Littoral Combat Ships, with an option to procure […]

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