Lockheed Martin Shows That Change Is Hard But Critical

Lockeed Martin F-22 at takeoff
While leading-edge as far as fighter aircraft, the F-22 became a billboard example of an unconnectable weapon system. Fighter prime Lockheed hopes to change that by making all of its platforms networked and more powerful.
Credit: Lockeed Martin
Lockheed Martin ended 2020 on top of the aerospace and defense world. With $65.4 billion in net sales and $24.30 earnings per share, the suburban-Washington company was not just the Pentagon’s leading provider but also the sector leader after commercial aero-heavy rivals were battered by COVID-19...

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