Picture this: Lockheed's focus on excellence

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Information Systems and Global Services unit opened a new facility for military satellite communications work in Rockville, Md. The $3 million, 20,000-square-foot Milsatcom Center of Excellence has a software development, integration and test laboratory as well as office space. The company opened the facility July 10.



From left to right: Rick Donaldson, Lockheed Martin; Gary Grim, Lockheed Martin; Richard Harris, Tech Council of Maryland; Joe Trench, Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services; Mike McClary, Lockheed Martin; Councilman Robert Dorsey, Rockville City Government; and David Cavossa, Satellite Industry Association.

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