Lockheed Martin

Lockheed board adds former DIA chief Vincent Stewart

The four-decade Marine Corps veteran most recently was deputy commander of Cyber Command.

In TV interview, Lockheed CEO highlights the stress of a tight chip supply

Semiconductors go into missiles for Ukraine's defense against Russia and will be key to future defense production, says Lockheed Martin CEO Jim Taiclet.

Blue chip defense companies make moves for Defense Department’s 5G plans

Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin announce new partners for the department’s networked future.

Lockheed shifts exec to lead 'Skunk Works' development shop

The company moves one of its top engineering and technology executives to lead its famous advanced development division known as Skunk Works.

Lockheed further grows its '5G.MIL' partnership tent

Partnerships with companies in the global commercial technology arena are a key aspect of Lockheed Martin's strategy for creating what it calls "5G.MIL" and the latest example is seen in this collaboration with one of the largest cloud computing providers.

DOD plans next phase of JADC2 satellite layer

Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and York Space Systems will build 126 satellites under $1.8 billion in contracts to develop the network for tracking and responding to threats from missiles and hypersonic weapons.

Lockheed-Aerojet deal is kaput. So what's happens now?

Lockheed Martin has cancelled its attempt to acquire Aerojet Rocketdyne but the world's largest defense company can at least say it can get back to normal business. For Aerojet, it's a different story.

3 more companies added to NASA's $6B spacecraft vehicle

NASA finalizes awards in the second on-ramp round for its $6 billion contract to more quickly buy spacecraft and related components.

Lockheed and Raytheon clash over Aerojet but they still share supply chain challenges

Lockheed Martin's proposed acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne is being challenged by federal antitrust regulators, and Raytheon Technologies is welcoming that development. The companies may disagree on this but they share one big challenge.

Lockheed takes on helicopter cockpit retrofit

Lockheed Martin wins $11.3 million contract to support the retrofit programs of the MH-60 helicopter cockpit.

Lockheed captures top spot for 20th year

Lockheed Martin continues its dominance of the Top 100 by protecting its base while setting its sights on new commercial and international opportunities and improving its operations.

Lockheed to upgrade South Korean air traffic management system

Lockheed Martin has won a contract with South Korea to install an upgraded version of its SkyLine air traffic management system at the Korea Control Center.

Lockheed wins $93M option to produce Aegis system in Poland

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training has won a $93 million option to produce Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System in Poland and to provide funding for Aegis Weapon System MK 7 equipment sets.

Lockheed taps former VA exec as VP, health and life sciences

Lockheed Martin has tapped Horace L. Blackman to be the new vice president of health and life sciences for the company’s Information Systems & Global Solutions business.

Lockheed Martin acquires German air traffic forecasting firm

Lockheed Martin has acquired BEONTRA AG, a provider of integrated traffic, capacity and revenue planning software for major airports.

Lockheed wins $22.4M contract to support littoral combat ships

Lockheed Martin has won a $22.4 million option to support the Navy’s littoral combat ship fleet.

Latest Lockheed acquisition moves company further into energy market

Lockheed Martin’s acquisition of Industrial Defender shows once again that the company is serious about diving into the energy and other adjacent markets.