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MOSA-compatible satellite finished, will launch in 2023 - News

February 01, 2023

BETHESDA, Maryland. Lockheed Martin has completed the assembly of the first LM 400 multi-mission spacecraft ahead of its first launch later this year, the company announced in a statement.


6th GPS III satellite launched into orbit for U.S. Space Force - News

January 19, 2023

LITTLETON, Colorado. The sixth GPS III satellite designed and built by Lockheed Martin has been launched into orbit as part of a modernization of the U.S. Space Force's GPS constellation, the company announced in a statement.


Lockheed Martin to deliver 20 HIMARS to Australian government - News

January 09, 2023

CANBERRA, Australia. The government of Australia announced that it has bought 20 Lockheed Martin High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), and associated hardware, for an estimated cost of $385 million.


Missile Track Custody contract for U.S. Space Force won by Raytheon - News

January 04, 2023

EL SEGUNDO, California. Raytheon Intelligence & Space has won a contract to develop a prototype Missile Track Custody system -- a Medium Earth Orbit missile tracking system --  for the U.S. Space Force, the company announced in a statement.


Germany to acquire 35 5th-generation F-35 Lightning II aircraft - News

December 14, 2022

FORT WORTH, Texas. Lockheed Martin announced that Germany's Ministry of Defense is procuring 35 Lockheed Martin 5th-generation F-35 Lightning II aircraft. 


TPY-4 radars to be provided to Norway by Lockheed, Kongsberg - News

November 18, 2022

KONGSBERG, Norway. Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace and Lockheed Martin have signed a contract to support delivery of the TPY-4 radar to Norway for the Norwegian Radar Sensor (NORSE) project, Kongsberg announced in a statement.


Counter-UAS capability tested by U.S. Army using Q-53 radar - News

October 28, 2022

YUMA, Arizona. The U.S. Army integrated the AN/TPQ-53 (Q-53) multi-mission radar with an Army command and control system to launch a counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) defeat system during a recent test, Q-53 manufacturer Lockheed Martin said in a statement.