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F-35 carrier variant production model completes first sortie - News

February 19, 2013
FORT WORTH, Texas. Lockheed Martin's first F-35C carrier variant production model -- also known as CF-6 -- completed its first sortie. Once the jet fighter is delivered later this year, it will be assigned to U.S. Navy Fighter Attack Squadron 101 (VFA-101) located at Eglin AFB, FL.

F-35 carrier variants complete first ever in-flight dual refueling - News

January 23, 2013
NAVAL AIR STATION PATUXENT RIVER, Md., Jan. 22, 2013 - The F-35C Lightning II carrier variant test aircraft completed its first refueling with a KC-130 Hercules from Lockheed Martin in a flight above Patuxent River, Md.

MUOS waveform for secure satellite communications completed by Lockheed Martin - News

January 08, 2013
SUNNYVALE, CA. Lockheed Martin engineers completed and delivered the new software waveform for the U.S. Navy’s Mobile User Objective System (MUOS). The U.S. government has made the waveform available for military satellite communications terminal providers via the Joint Tactical Networking Center (JTNC) Information Repository. Contractors also may integrate the waveform into their MUOS-compatible terminals to deploy WCDMA capabilities for their users.

Unmanned vehicle control software firm acquired by Lockheed Martin - News

January 02, 2013
BETHESDA, MD. Lockheed Martin acquired the assets of CDL Systems Ltd., a firm that develops software for vehicle control stations for unmanned systems. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed by the companies.

Ground-based laser defense system tested against UAS, rockets by Lockheed Martin - News

November 28, 2012
SUNNYVALE, CA. Lockheed Martin has successfully tested and demonstrated the Area Defense Anti-Munitions (ADAM) system, a portable ground-based laser system designed as a countermeasure against short-range airborne threats such as Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) and rockets. The testing, which began at a simulated flight range in August, saw the ADAM military laser system successfully engage an in-flight UAS target at an approximate range of 1.5 km and destroy four small-caliber rocket targets at an approximate range of 1.2 km.

Space Fence radar proposal from Lockheed Martin submitted to Air Force - News

November 14, 2012
MOORESTOWN, N.J. Lockheed Martin officials have submitted the company’s final contract proposal to construct the Space Fence radar, which will enhance how the U.S. Air Force tracks and identifies orbital objects.

Lockheed Martin FOPEN recon radar with moving object detection successfully tested - News

October 24, 2012
WASHINGTON – A Lockheed Martin Foliage-Penetrating (FOPEN) radar technology with the ability to detect slow-moving objects has been approved for further testing. Incorporating the Ground/Dismounted-Moving Target Indication (GMTI/DMTI) technology into a Tactical Reconnaissance and Counter-Concealment-Enabled Radar (TRACER), a U.S. Army test range team displayed the system’s ability to consistently detect moving vehicles and troops that were foliage obscured from a 300-foot tower and ground level. The system will now be integrated into a modular pod for testing on Predator-B or Blackhawk helicopter platforms.