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Lockheed Martin Reports Second Quarter Earnings Per Share of $0.33 vs. $0.11 in 2000
* Raises 2001 and 2002 Recurring Earnings Per Share Outlook
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  *  Increases 2001 Free Cash Flow Guidance to at Least $1 Billion

  *  Improves Net Debt to Capitalization Ratio to 50.5 Percent

BETHESDA, Md., July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockheed Martin Corporation today reported second quarter 2001 net earnings per diluted share of $0.33, compared to second quarter 2000 net earnings per diluted share of $0.11. There were no nonrecurring and unusual items in the second quarter of 2001, while such items decreased second quarter 2000 results by $0.18 per diluted share. Excluding the aforementioned items, comparable second quarter 2000 earnings per diluted share would have been $0.29.

The Corporation also reported it generated approximately $40 million of free cash flow in the second quarter of 2001 and $1.5 billion of free cash flow year-to-date. This performance reflects continued working capital improvements across all business areas. Year-to-date pretax proceeds from the sale of surplus real estate were approximately $185 million, with none recorded in the second quarter. As a result of the year-to-date positive performance, the Corporation increased its free cash flow outlook from at least $800 million to at least $1 billion for the year 2001 and from at least $1.8 billion to at least $2 billion over the two-year period 2001 - 2002.

The Corporation also raised its 2001 earnings per diluted share outlook to a 30 - 35 percent increase from the 2000 base of $1.07 per diluted share, excluding the effects of any nonrecurring and unusual items, primarily reflecting an increased level of interest income associated with the improvement in free cash flow, lower interest expense and improved operational performance. Previously, a 25 - 30 percent increase was projected. The Corporation estimates the quarterly distribution of diluted earnings per share for the remainder of 2001 to be approximately 25 - 30 percent for the third quarter and 30 - 35 percent for the fourth quarter.

The Corporation also raised its 2002 earnings per diluted share outlook to increase about 20 percent from the higher 2001 base. The earnings expectations assume an effective tax rate of 40 percent in 2001 and 38 percent in 2002, which are unchanged from prior estimates.

The increase in the earnings guidance excludes any impact from the recently issued FASB standard regarding goodwill and other intangibles. The new standard eliminates the amortization of goodwill beginning in 2002. When implemented, the elimination of goodwill amortization is expected to increase 2002 after-tax recurring earnings by about $270 million, or approximately $0.60 per diluted share. The tax rate for recurring operations in 2002 is expected to be about 31 percent. In lieu of goodwill amortization, the new standard requires an annual review for impairment of goodwill beginning in 2002.

"The performance in the first half of the year was due to the dedicated team efforts of our leadership and talented workforce. As a result, earnings and cash flow expectations were increased and significant progress was made to improve our financial strength and flexibility," said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Vance Coffman. "Going forward, we will continue to rigorously focus on customer satisfaction and the enhancement of shareholder value."

In the third quarter, the Corporation announced a definitive agreement was reached with Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. to divest IMS Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, for $825 million in cash. The proposed transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2001 and result in a nonrecurring and unusual net gain of between $250 - $300 million, or $0.58 to $0.70 per diluted share. After transaction costs and associated state and federal tax payments, the divestiture is expected to yield between $500 and $550 million in cash to Lockheed Martin. Citing the divestiture, Coffman added, "The sale of IMS represents another milestone in our efforts to strengthen our balance sheet through the divestiture of non-core businesses. Going forward, we will continue to examine strategic actions which create value for our shareholders." Also in the third quarter, Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunications (LMGT) and ViaSat, Inc. announced they had signed an agreement under which ViaSat will acquire LMGT's Products business for cash and stock.

The net debt to capitalization ratio (net debt, defined as total debt less invested cash) was 50.5 percent at the end of June 2001, down from 54.1 percent at year-end 2000 and 50.9 percent at the end of March 2001. During the second quarter, the Corporation retired or prepaid more than $1.1 billion of its debt consisting of $825 million in debt maturities and made a prepayment of $300 million in private placement debt, which matures in 2002. In June, the Corporation also announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, COMSAT Corporation, called for the redemption of $200 million in principal amount of the 8.125 percent Cumulative Monthly Income Preferred Securities. These securities are classified as current maturities of long-term debt at June 30, 2001. The planned redemption date is July 31, 2001. Since January 1, 2000 the Corporation has retired more than $3 billion of debt.

Net sales for the second quarter of 2001 were $6 billion, down four percent when compared with second quarter 2000 sales of $6.2 billion. Adjusting for acquisitions and divestitures, sales declined two percent quarter-over-quarter. Due to the timing of C-130J deliveries and Atlas launches as well as the continuation of historical sales trends in the Systems Integration and Technology Services business areas, sales are expected to increase during the second half of the year. The Corporation estimates the 2001 distribution of sales to be approximately 25 percent in the third quarter and approximately 30 percent in the fourth quarter. Sales for the year 2001 are anticipated to be between $24.6 - $24.8 billion.

The Corporation's backlog at the end of the second quarter of 2001 was $53.8 billion. Backlog at both year-end 2000 and March 2001 was $56.4 billion. For the six months ended June 30, 2001, the Corporation recorded a total of approximately $8.8 billion in orders year-to-date including: the CVN 77 Aircraft Carrier systems integration, classified activities, F-22 program bridge funding, Aegis production, A-10 Precision Engagement weapon systems upgrade, National Airspace System Implementation Support Contract, the FAA Advanced Technology and Oceanic Procedure contract, six new launch services orders, and three new commercial satellite orders.

Second Quarter and Year-to-Date Detailed Review

Net sales for the second quarter of 2001 were $6 billion, compared with second quarter 2000 net sales of $6.2 billion. Net sales for the first six months of 2001 were $11 billion versus $11.8 billion for the same period of 2000.

Net earnings for the second quarter of 2001 totaled $144 million, or $0.33 per diluted share, as compared to net earnings of $42 million, or $0.11 per diluted share, in the comparable 2000 period. Second quarter 2000 earnings before federal and state taxes included the effects of recording a reserve of $150 million related to the amounts due from Globalstar Telecommunications, Ltd., partially offset by a favorable adjustment of $35 million relating to the charge recorded in 1998 associated with the shutdown of the operations of CalComp Technology, Inc. The combination of these nonrecurring and unusual items reduced diluted earnings per share by $0.18.

The Corporation reported net earnings of $249 million for the 2001 year- to-date period, or $0.58 per diluted share, compared to net income of $96 million, or $0.25 per diluted share, for the same period of 2000. The net earnings for 2001 includes the effects of two nonrecurring and unusual items recorded during the first quarter of this year: a $72 million gain from the sale of surplus real estate and a $65 million charge associated with the impairment of the Corporation's investment in Americom Asia-Pacific. The combination of these nonrecurring and unusual items increased net earnings for the six month period ended June 30, 2001 by $7 million, or $0.02 per diluted share. In addition to the nonrecurring and unusual items previously mentioned in 2000, the first quarter of 2000 included the sale of surplus real estate and other portfolio shaping activities that increased net earnings by $6 million, or $0.02 per diluted share. For 2000, the nonrecurring and unusual items had the effect of decreasing net earnings by $64 million, or $0.16 per diluted share.

  Segment Results

  Systems Integration
  $Millions
                              2nd Quarter                  Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net Sales               $2,165        $2,334       $4,045        $4,405
  EBIT                      $194          $202         $367          $370
  Margin                    9.0%          8.7%         9.1%          8.4%

Net sales for the Systems Integration segment declined by seven percent and eight percent for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, respectively, from the comparable 2000 periods. However, excluding the sales attributable to the segment's Aerospace Electronic Systems and Control Systems businesses, which were divested in 2000, and the transfer of the Payload Launch Vehicle (PLV) program to the Space Systems segment at the start of 2001, sales for both the second quarter and the six months ended June 30, 2001 would have increased five percent from the respective year-ago periods. The increases for both the quarter and year-to-date periods were due primarily to volume increases in the segment's Missiles & Air Defense product line and its Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems product line over the comparable 2000 periods. These increases were partially offset by decreases in the segment's Systems Integration-Owego line of business, which includes electronic platform integration businesses.

Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) decreased by four percent and one percent for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, respectively, from the comparable 2000 periods. Adjusting for the EBIT attributable to the divested Aerospace Electronic Systems and Control Systems businesses, as well as the PLV transfer, EBIT for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, would have increased seven percent and eight percent, respectively, from the year-ago periods. The EBIT impact of the volume fluctuations mentioned previously accounted for the majority of the quarterly and year-to-date increases.

  Space Systems
  $Millions
                                2nd Quarter               Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net Sales               $1,753        $1,780       $3,124        $3,452
  EBIT as reported          $103          $128         $290          $213
  Nonrecurring and
   unusual items              $0            $0       ($111)         ($17)
  Pro Forma EBIT            $103          $128         $179          $196
  Pro Forma Margin           5.9%          7.2%         5.7%          5.7%

Net sales for the Space Systems segment declined by two percent and 10 percent for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, respectively, from the comparable 2000 periods. The second quarter decrease is attributable to declines in volume on launch vehicle and commercial satellite activities from the comparable 2000 period. These declines more than offset increases in volume on ground systems and military and government satellite programs. Net sales for the six months ended June 30, 2001 declined due to volume reductions in commercial space activities and as a result of the absence in 2001 of the favorable adjustments recorded on the Titan IV program discussed below. These decreases were partially offset by increases in volume on ground systems, and military and government satellite programs.

EBIT excluding nonrecurring and unusual items (pro forma EBIT) declined 20 percent and nine percent for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, respectively, from the comparable 2000 periods. The decrease is attributable to reduced EBIT related to the mix of launch vehicles in the second quarter and an approximate $40 million loss provision for continued market and pricing pressures on commercial launch vehicles. These declines were offset by the operating profit impact of the previously mentioned increases in volume on military and government satellite programs as well as a favorable comparison between periods on commercial satellite activities. Second quarter 2000 EBIT also included favorable adjustments as a result of improved performance and contract modifications on the Titan IV program, which increased sales and EBIT by approximately $50 million.

For the six months ended June 30, 2001, the EBIT impact of the volume increases on ground systems and military and government satellite programs discussed above, as well as improved performance on the Titan IV program in 2001 were more than offset by the combined effects of the absence in 2001 of the favorable adjustments recorded on the Titan IV program in 2000 and an approximate $40 million loss provision recorded in the first quarter of 2001 on certain commercial satellite contracts related to schedule and technical issues. The negative adjustment resulting from the continued market and pricing pressures on commercial launch vehicles recorded in the second quarter of 2001 was mostly offset by the absence in 2001 of a similar adjustment recorded during the first quarter of 2000. In both 2001 and 2000, the nonrecurring and unusual items were related to the sales of surplus real estate.

  Aeronautics
  $Millions
                                2nd Quarter               Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net Sales               $1,058        $1,253       $1,913        $2,289
  EBIT                       $89           $89         $168          $168
  Margin                     8.4%          7.1%         8.8%          7.3%

Net sales of the Aeronautics segment decreased 16 percent for both the three and six month periods of 2001, respectively, from the comparable periods of 2000. The decrease in sales of both periods is the result of fewer deliveries of F-16's and C-130J's, and lower volumes on other Aeronautics aircraft programs.

EBIT for the quarter and year-to-date periods in 2001 remained consistent with the respective periods of the prior year mainly as a result of the decline in F-16 deliveries offset by continued favorable performance on other combat aircraft programs. The reduction in C-130J deliveries did not impact EBIT for the comparative periods due to the suspension of earnings recognition on the program.

  Technology Services
  $Millions
                                2nd Quarter               Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net Sales                 $580          $599       $1,080        $1,063
  EBIT as Reported           $39           $36          $73           $62
  Nonrecurring and
   unusual items              $0            $0           $0            $6
  Pro Forma EBIT             $39           $36          $73           $68
  Pro Forma Margin           6.7%          6.0%          6.8%         6.4%

Net sales of the Technology Services segment decreased by three percent for the second quarter 2001 and increased by two percent for the six months ended June 30, 2001 from the comparable 2000 periods. However, excluding the sales attributable to the segment's Lockheed Martin Energy Technologies and Retech businesses, which were divested in January 2001, net sales for the second quarter 2001 would have remained consistent with the year-ago period while net sales for the six months ended June 30, 2001 would have increased by five percent from the respective 2000 period. For the quarter, increases in net sales resulting from increased volume on various federal technology services programs, primarily related to government information technology programs, were offset mostly by volume decreases in certain energy-related contracts. The year-to-date net sales increase is mainly the result of increased volume on various federal technology services programs, primarily related to government information technology programs, and in the segment's aircraft maintenance and logistics line of business, primarily the Kelly Aviation Center Propulsion Business Area Contract. These increases were partially offset by decreased volume on Department of Energy contracts due to lower operation and maintenance contract activity.

Pro forma EBIT for the segment increased by eight percent and seven percent for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, respectively, from the comparable 2000 periods. Adjusting for the pro forma EBIT attributable to the segment's divested businesses, pro forma EBIT for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2001, would have increased three percent and five percent, respectively, from the year-ago periods. The EBIT impact of the volume fluctuations mentioned previously accounted for the majority of the quarterly and year-to-date increases. In 2000, the nonrecurring and unusual item was related to portfolio shaping activity.

  Global Telecommunications
  $Millions
                                2nd Quarter                Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net Sales                 $245          $111         $499          $284
  EBIT as Reported          ($29)         ($25)       ($159)         ($58)
  Nonrecurring and
   unusual items              $0            $0         $100            $0
  Pro Forma EBIT            ($29)         ($25)        ($59)         ($58)

Net sales of Global Telecommunications increased by $134 million and $215 million for the three and six months of 2001, respectively, when compared to the same periods of the prior year. The increase for both periods was primarily due to the inclusion of the net sales of COMSAT Corporation (COMSAT) in the Global Telecommunications segment beginning August 1, 2000. The increase for the six month period was partially offset by the absence in 2001 of the net sales on a Proton launch vehicle, which successfully launched the ACeS 1 satellite in the first quarter of 2000.

Global Telecommunication's pro forma loss was slightly higher for the 2001 quarter and year-to-date periods when compared to 2000 due to more goodwill amortization expense that more than offset increased EBIT from operations. The nonrecurring and unusual item related to the first quarter 2001 charge for the impairment of the Corporation's investment in Americom Asia-Pacific.

  Corporate and Other
  $Millions
                                   2nd Quarter               Year-to-Date
                            2001          2000         2001          2000
  Net sales                 $160          $135         $310          $281
  EBIT as reported           $23         ($105)         $52         ($104)
  Nonrecurring and
   unusual items              $0          $108           $0          $109
  Pro forma EBIT             $23            $3          $52            $5

Corporate and Other net sales for the quarter and year-to-date period increased by 19 percent and 10 percent, respectively, from the comparable periods in 2000. This increase was mainly due to higher volume on state and municipal services programs. Pro forma EBIT for the second quarter increased by $20 million as compared to the second quarter of 2000 and was $47 million higher for the first six months of 2001 versus 2000. In addition to the pro forma EBIT impact of the volume increases on state and municipal services programs, this increase is the result of increased interest income associated with the Corporation's higher cash balances during the first half of 2001 as compared to 2000. The nonrecurring and unusual item in the second quarter of 2000 relates to the charge associated with Globalstar and the favorable adjustment related to the charge associated with the shutdown of CalComp operations.

  Achievements

  *  Announced an agreement to sell IMS Corporation.

  *  Announced an agreement to sell LMGT's Products business.

  *  Reached agreement for Israel to exercise option to purchase more than
     50 F-16 aircraft.

  *  Delivered six F-16 aircraft.

  *  Launched one Atlas and two Proton rockets.

  *  Booked six new launch orders.

  *  Booked three new commercial satellite orders.

  *  Achieved vertical takeoff, hover, vertical landing and supersonic
     flight within the first three weeks of flight testing of the X-35B
     STOVL JSF demonstrator.

  *  Surpassed the 1,200 mark and 500th sortie in the extraordinarily
     successful F-22 testing program.

  *  Delivered first Atlas V rocket on schedule to Cape Canaveral, Fla., for
     launch in May 2002.

  *  Completed the first flight test of a Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff
     Missile (JASSM) with a live warhead and demonstrated its ability to
     separate safely from a B-52 bomber.

  *  Selected to provide the FAA integrated, modern systems to control
     oceanic air traffic.

  *  Established strategic alliance with Microsoft to pursue federal
     information technology opportunities.

  *  Established new Navigation Systems unit in Space Systems to direct the
     Corporation's pursuit of new business opportunities in the space-based
     navigation systems marketplace.

Conference call: Lockheed Martin will webcast the earnings conference call (listen-only mode) at 1 p.m. E.D.T. on July 26, 2001. A live audio broadcast will be available on the Investor Relations page of the company's web site at http://www.lockheedmartin.com/investor or http://www.streetfusion.com/. An on-demand replay of the webcast will be available following the call and will continue for the following 30 days.

SAFE HARBOR

NOTE: Statements in this press release, including the statements relating to projected future financial performance, are considered forward-looking statements under the federal securities laws, including the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Sometimes these statements will contain words such as "believes," "expects," "intends," "plans," "estimates," "outlook," "forecast," and other similar words. These statements are not guarantees of our future performance and are subject to risks, uncertainties and other important factors that could cause our actual performance or achievements to be materially different from those we may project.

As for the forward-looking statements that relate to future financial results and other projections, actual results will be different due to the inherent nature of projections and may be better or worse than projected. Given these uncertainties, you should not rely on these forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements also represent our estimates and assumptions only as of the date that they were made. We expressly disclaim a duty to provide updates to these forward-looking statements, and the estimates and assumptions associated with them, after the date of this press release to reflect events or circumstances or changes in expectations or the occurrence of anticipated events.

In addition to the factors set forth in our 2000 Form 10-K and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (http://www.sec.gov/), the following factors could affect the forward-looking statements; the ability to achieve or quantify savings for our customers or ourselves through our global cost-cutting program and other financial management programs; the ability to obtain or the timing of obtaining future government awards; the availability of government funding and customer requirements; changes in government priorities due to program reviews or revisions to strategic objectives; difficulties in developing and producing operational advanced technology systems; the competitive environment; economic business and political conditions domestically and internationally; timing of awards and contracts; timing and customer acceptance of product delivery and launches; the outcome of contingencies, including completion of any acquisitions and divestitures, litigation and environmental remediation and program performance. These are only some of the numerous factors which may affect the forward-looking statements contained in this press release.

                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                           Consolidated Results
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
           (In millions, except per share data and percentages)


                            Quarter Ended June 30,   Year to Date June 30,

                            2001    2000   %Change   2001     2000   %Change

  Net Sales                $5,961  $6,212    (4)%  $10,971  $11,774    (7)%

  Earnings before Interest
   and Taxes                 $419    $325    29%      $791     $651    22%

  Interest Expense           $180    $220   (18)%     $377     $447   (16)%

  Pre-tax Earnings           $239    $105   128%      $414     $204   103%

  Income Taxes                $95     $63    51%      $165     $108    53%

     Effective Tax Rate        40%     60%  N/M         40%      53%  N/M

  Net Earnings               $144     $42   243%      $249      $96   159%

  Basic Earnings Per Share  $0.34   $0.11   209%     $0.59    $0.25   136%

  Average Basic Shares
   Outstanding              425.7   389.5            424.5    388.3

  Diluted Earnings Per
   Share                    $0.33   $0.11   200%     $0.58    $0.25   132%

  Average Diluted Shares
   Outstanding              430.1   391.2            428.9    389.3


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
         Segment Results Including Nonrecurring and Unusual Items
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
                    (In millions, except percentages)

                             Quarter Ended June 30,   Year to Date June 30,
                             2001    2000   %Change   2001    2000  %Change

  Systems Integration (1)
  Net Sales                  $2,165  $2,334    (7)%  $4,045  $4,405    (8)%
  Segment EBIT                 $194    $202    (4)%    $367    $370    (1)%
  Margins                      9.0%    8.7%            9.1%    8.4%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $55     $68            $111    $136
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $35     $52             $71    $104

  Space Systems
  Net Sales                  $1,753  $1,780    (2)%  $3,124  $3,452   (10)%
  Segment EBIT                 $103    $128   (20)%    $290    $213    36%
  Margins                      5.9%    7.2%            9.3%    6.2%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $14     $14             $28     $28
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $33     $34             $62     $67

  Aeronautics
  Net Sales                  $1,058  $1,253   (16)%  $1,913  $2,289   (16)%
  Segment EBIT                  $89     $89     -%     $168    $168     -%
  Margins                      8.4%    7.1%            8.8%    7.3%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $20     $20             $40     $40
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $20     $22             $40     $43

  Technology Services (2)
  Net Sales                    $580    $599    (3)%  $1,080  $1,063     2%
  Segment EBIT                  $39     $36     8%      $73     $62    18%
  Margins                      6.7%    6.0%            6.8%    5.8%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles      $4      $5              $8      $9
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                  $4      $4              $7      $8

  Global Telecommunications (3)
  Net Sales                    $245    $111   121%     $499    $284    76%
  Segment EBIT                 ($29)   ($25)  N/M%    ($159)   ($58)  N/M%
  Margins                       N/M     N/M             N/M     N/M
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $18      $7             $36     $15
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $19      $5             $38     $11

  Corporate and Other
  Net Sales                    $160    $135    19%     $310    $281    10%
  Segment EBIT                  $23   ($105)  N/M%      $52   ($104)  N/M%
  Margins                       N/M     N/M             N/M     N/M
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles      $1      $1              $1      $1
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                  $9      $9             $17     $18

  (1)  2000 results include the operations of the Control Systems and
       Aerospace Electronic Systems businesses, which were divested
       in September and November of 2000, respectively.

  (2)  2000 results include the operations of the LM Energy Technologies and
       Retech businesses which were divested in January 2001.

  (3)  Global Telecommunications reflects the operations of Lockheed Martin
       Global Telecommunications (LMGT), which includes COMSAT and
       Integrated Business Solutions (IBS).  Prior to the third quarter of
       2000, operations of both LMGT and IBS were included in the Corporate
       and Other business segment.  The 2000 results have been restated to
       reflect this change in presentation.


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
         Segment Results Excluding Nonrecurring and Unusual Items
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
                    (In millions, except percentages)

                              Quarter Ended June 30,   Year to Date June 30,

                              2001    2000   %Change  2001    2000  %Change

  Systems Integration (1)
  Net Sales                  $2,165  $2,334    (7)%  $4,045  $4,405    (8)%
  Segment EBIT                 $194    $202    (4)%    $367    $370    (1)%
  Margins                      9.0%    8.7%            9.1%    8.4%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $55     $68            $111    $136
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $35     $52             $71    $104

  Space Systems
  Net Sales                  $1,753  $1,780    (2)%  $3,124  $3,452   (10)%
  Segment EBIT                 $103    $128   (20)%    $179    $196    (9)%
  Margins                      5.9%    7.2%            5.7%    5.7%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $14     $14             $28     $28
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $33     $34             $62     $67

  Aeronautics
  Net Sales                  $1,058  $1,253   (16)%  $1,913  $2,289   (16)%
  Segment EBIT                  $89     $89     -%     $168    $168     -%
  Margins                      8.4%    7.1%            8.8%    7.3%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $20     $20             $40     $40
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $20     $22             $40     $43

  Technology Services (2)
  Net Sales                    $580    $599    (3)%  $1,080  $1,063     2%
  Segment EBIT                  $39     $36     8%      $73     $68     7%
  Margins                      6.7%    6.0%            6.8%    6.4%
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles      $4      $5              $8      $9
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                  $4      $4              $7      $8

  Global Telecommunications (3)
  Net Sales                    $245    $111   121%     $499    $284    76%
  Segment EBIT                 ($29)   ($25)  N/M%     ($59)   ($58)  N/M%
  Margins                       N/M     N/M             N/M     N/M
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles     $18      $7             $36     $15
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                 $19      $5             $38     $11

  Corporate and Other
  Net Sales                    $160    $135    19%     $310    $281    10%
  Segment EBIT                  $23      $3   N/M%      $52      $5   N/M%
  Margins                       N/M     N/M             N/M     N/M
  Amortization of Goodwill
   and Contract Intangibles      $1      $1              $1      $1
  Depreciation and
   Amortization                  $9      $9             $17     $18

  (1)  2000 results include the operations of the Control Systems and
       Aerospace Electronic Systems businesses, which were divested
       in September and November of 2000, respectively.

  (2)  2000 results include the operations of the LM Energy Technologies and
       Retech businesses which were divested in January 2001.

  (3)  Global Telecommunications reflects the operations of Lockheed Martin
       Global Telecommunications (LMGT), which includes COMSAT and
       Integrated Business Solutions (IBS).  Prior to the third quarter of
       2000, operations of both LMGT and IBS were included in the Corporate
       and Other business segment.  The 2000 results have been restated to
       reflect this change in presentation.


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                Reconciliation of Pro Forma Net Earnings 1
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
         (In millions, except per share amounts and percentages)

                                          Quarter Ended      Year to Date
                                             June 30,          June 30,
                                           2001     2000     2001     2000

  Net Earnings - As Reported               $144      $42     $249      $96
    After Tax Gain on Sales of Surplus
     Real Estate                            -        -        (72)     (10)
    After Tax Loss on Americom Asia-
     Pacific Investment                     -        -         65      -
    After Tax Loss on Globalstar
     Guarantee                              -         91      -         91
    After Tax Effect of Reversal of
     Calcomp Charge                         -        (21)     -        (21)
    After Tax Loss on Divestitures and
     Other                                  -        -        -          4
  Pro Forma Net Earnings                   $144     $112     $242     $160

  Pro Forma Effective Tax Rate            40.0%    47.0%    40.0%    47.0%

  Diluted Earnings Per Share - As
   Reported                               $0.33    $0.11    $0.58    $0.25
    After Tax Gain on Sales of Surplus
     Real Estate                            -        -      (0.17)   (0.03)
    After Tax Loss on Americom Asia-
     Pacific Investment                     -        -       0.15      -
    After Tax Loss on Globalstar
     Guarantee                              -       0.23      -       0.23
    After Tax Effect of Reversal of
     Calcomp Charge                         -      (0.05)     -      (0.05)
    After Tax Loss on Divestitures and
     Other                                  -        -        -       0.01
  Pro Forma Diluted Earnings Per Share    $0.33    $0.29    $0.56    $0.41

  (1)  Excludes nonrecurring and unusual items.


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                       Other Financial Information
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
         (In millions, except per share amounts and percentages)

                                          Quarter Ended      Year to Date
                                            June 30,          June 30,

                                           2001     2000     2001     2000

  Pro Forma EBIT                           $419     $433     $780     $749
  Pro Forma EBIT to Sales Margin            7.0%     7.0%     7.1%     6.4%
  Amortization of Goodwill and Contract
   Intangibles
    Resulting from Prior Acquisitions      $112     $115     $224     $229
  Depreciation and Amortization            $120     $126     $235     $251
  Pro Forma EBITDA                         $651     $674   $1,239   $1,229

                                                   June   December
                                                    30,      31,
                                                   2001     2000
  Total Backlog                                  $53,773  $56,424
    Systems Integration                          $16,275  $16,706
    Space Systems                                $14,208  $14,976
    Aeronautics                                  $17,214  $17,570
    Technology Services                           $4,023   $4,371
    Global Telecommunications                       $966   $1,625
    Corporate and Other                           $1,087   $1,176

  Total Debt                                      $8,792   $9,959
    Long-term (including current
     maturities)                                  $8,792   $9,947
    Short-term                                       -        $12

  Cash and Cash Equivalents                       $1,222   $1,505

  Stockholders' Equity                            $7,410   $7,160

  Total Debt-to-Capital                            54.3%    58.2%

  Total Debt-to-Capital (net of
   invested cash)                                  50.5%    54.1%


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                   Consolidated Condensed Balance Sheet
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
                              (In millions)

                                                 June 30,       December 31,
                                                    2001              2000

  Assets

  Cash and cash equivalents                       $1,222            $1,505
  Accounts receivable                              3,818             4,195
  Inventories                                      3,365             3,825
  Other current assets                             1,614             1,734

     Total current assets                         10,019            11,259

  Property, plant and equipment                    3,323             3,446
  Goodwill and other intangible assets             9,723             9,943
  Other noncurrent assets                          5,903             5,701

     Total assets                                $28,968           $30,349

  Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity

  Short-term borrowings                               $-               $12
  Other accrued expenses                           8,833             9,281
  Current portion of long-term debt                  275               882

     Total current liabilities                     9,108            10,175

  Long-term debt                                   8,517             9,065
  Post-retirement and other noncurrent
   liabilities                                     3,933             3,949
  Stockholders' equity                             7,410             7,160

     Total liabilities and
      stockholders' equity                       $28,968           $30,349


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
              Consolidated Condensed Statement of Cash Flows
                        Preliminary and Unaudited
                              (In millions)

                                                   Six Months Ended June 30,
                                                    2001              2000

  Operating Activities
    Net earnings                                    $249               $96
    Adjustments to reconcile earnings
     to net cash
     provided by operating activities:
      Depreciation and amortization                  459               480
      Changes in operating assets and
       liabilities                                   489             1,022

       Net cash provided by operating
        activities                                 1,197             1,598

  Investing Activities
    Expenditures for property, plant &
     equipment                                      (193)             (185)
    Other                                            (88)              (43)

     Net cash used for investing
      activities                                    (281)             (228)

  Financing Activities
    Net decrease in short-term
     borrowings                                      (12)             (467)
    Net repayments of debt                        (1,155)              (23)
    Issuance of common stock                          64                 2
    Common stock dividends                           (96)              (88)

       Net cash used for financing
        activities                                (1,199)             (576)


  Net (decrease) / increase in cash and
   cash equivalents                                 (283)              794
  Cash and cash equivalents at
   beginning of period                             1,505               455

  Cash and cash equivalents at end of
   period                                         $1,222            $1,249


                       LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                              Operating Data


                                     Quarter Ended              Year to Date
                                       June 30,                    June 30,

                                       2001  2000                 2001  2000
  Deliveries
  F-16                                   6   12                     12   26
  C-130J                                 -    7                      -   10

  Launches
  Atlas                                  1    3                      1    5
  Proton                                 2    1                      2    2
  Athena                                 -    -                      -    -
  Titan II                               -    -                      -    -
  Titan IV                               -    1                      1    1

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