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We develop laser weapon systems, radio frequency and other directed energy technologies for air, ground and sea platforms to provide an affordable countermeasure alternative.
We have invested in developing and demonstrating hypersonic technology for over 30 years.
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2014/09/02 Lockheed Martin-Built GPS IIR/IIR-M Satellites Reach 200 Years Of Combined Operational Life
2016/09/28 U.S. Air Force Awards Lockheed Martin $395 Million Contract for GPS III Satellites 9 and 10
2016/05/19 Lockheed Martin to Demonstrate Future Evolution of its Flexible GPS III Satellite Design for the U.S. Air Force
2016/02/03 Redefining Precision: Thermal Vacuum Test Validates Lockheed Martin's GPS III Satellite Design
2015/05/04 Most Advanced GPS Satellite Comes Together: First Lockheed Martin-Built GPS III Ready for System-Level Testing
2013/11/21 Lockheed Martin GPS III Satellite Prototype Proves It Can Successfully Communicate With GPS Satellite Constellation
2016/12/01 Lockheed Martin Advances Modernization of Current GPS Ground Control System for U.S. Air Force
2015/11/09 Lockheed Martin Advances Threat Protection on U.S. Air Force GPS Control Segment
2017/02/13 Geoscience Australia and Lockheed Martin Begin Collaborative Research Project For Second-Generation Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS)
2017/06/26 GPS III in Full Production: Second Lockheed Martin Satellite Assembled, Ready to Begin Environmental Testing
2017/08/07 Lockheed Martin Begins Modernizing Receivers for U.S. Air Force’s GPS Signal Monitoring Stations
2017/10/10 U.S. Air Force Declares First Lockheed Martin GPS III Satellite "Available for Launch"