Lockheed Martin

By Matthew Fulco
GlobalFoundries (GF) has been awarded $1.5 billion through the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act that will be used to manufacture secure chips.
Supply Chain

By Graham Warwick
After speed, autonomy and intelligence, Sikorsky Innovations shifts its focus to new technology challenges.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Brian Everstine
The service will select two companies to begin building CCAs, though with a cost-sharing agreement to bring along a third.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Byron Callan
Politics, historical context and the workings of the U.S. defense industrial complex are among the reasons.
Supply Chain

By Tony Osborne
Lockheed Martin and Rhea have been awarded contracts to develop software to control the UK’s future constellation of ISR satellites.
Space

By Chen Chuanren
Lockheed Martin is positioning its TPY-4 AESA radar for the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s future air surveillance radar requirement.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Brian Everstine, Steve Trimble
The downselect will reduce the five bidders for the Collaborative Combat Aircraft to two or three, depending on funding.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Tony Osborne
Lockheed Martin has partnered with Swedish firm MilDef to strengthen the U.S. OEM’s bid to sell the C-130J Hercules into Sweden.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Brian Everstine
The service, blocked from starting new acquisition programs, used a long-standing autonomy demonstration effort to begin CCA work.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Garrett Reim
Lockheed Martin is deepening its involvement in higher precision weather forecasting with a “strategic investment” in Meteomatics.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Lockheed Martin has secured the latest in a series of study contracts to support NATO’s Next Generation Rotorcraft Capability program requirements.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Michael Bruno
Lockheed Martin plans to cut around 1,220 workers, or 1% of its workforce, in 2024.
Supply Chain

Mike Kelly and Rob Mather
Lockheed Martin and IFS discuss how artificial intelligence could transform aircraft maintenance in commercial and defense segments.
Emerging Technologies

Readers write about 737-9 door plugs, ATC training standards, the Perseverance Mars rover, celestial navigation and GPS, and “rejiggering.”
Aviation Week & Space Technology

By Steve Trimble
As a major F-35 program upgrade stalls shipments, Lockheed executives reconsider their appetite for risk with the Next-Generation Air Dominance program on deck.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Garrett Reim
The program aims to test quiet supersonic boom over different areas of the U.S.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Garrett Reim
Company leader Marc Bell has rebuffed calls for his resignation.
Commercial Space

By Steve Trimble
The 98 deliveries recorded in 2023 are the lowest total since Lockheed handed-over 91 F-35s to customers in 2018.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
A specialist in experimental rotorcraft, Piasecki eyes the transition from R&D to production.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
An unusual level of suspense comes with Lockheed Martin’s first quarterly status update on the F-35 program.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Chen Chuanren
Australia has committed to joining the development program for PrSM Increments 3 and 4, which will see the missile reach a range of around 1,000 km (620 mi.).
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Matthew Fulco
Space tech companies largely shrugged off 2023’s broad slowdown in VC investment given their strategic importance, according to the latest Seraphim Space Index.
Commercial Space

By Chen Chuanren
The Australian government has confirmed it will acquire an unspecified number of Lockheed Martin Precision Strike Missiles.
Missile Defense & Weapons

Alex Krutz
More companies are likely to need a strong focus on operations to execute challenging business initiatives.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Irene Klotz
Led by SpaceX, the number of orbital launch attempts last year rose by 20% over 2022.
Space