Modification, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MMRO)
Greenville Site Operations
Greenville Site Operations provides nose-to-tail aircraft maintenance, modification, repair and overhaul and state-of-the-art upgrades for products built by Lockheed Martin and other manufacturers. Greenville is the “port” of modification capabilities and provides a unique advantage with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) experience in major modifications with on-site engineering support and reach-back capability that position us to produce quality results in less time.
Commercial Engines Solutions
As Lockheed Martin’s only engine facility, Lockheed Martin Commercial Engine Solutions (LMCES) is recognized as a Center of Excellence for aircraft engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) for international governments and commercial airlines and operators. In total, LMCES’ two locations – San Antonio, Texas and Montreal, Canada – have full MRO and test capabilities for 10 different engine lines, including F110, F118, T56, CF6, CFM56 and CF34. In addition, LMCES in San Antonio is the exclusive builder of the F110 engines that power the F-16 aircraft. LMCES in Montreal is a Lockheed Martin Canada division, and both locations are part of the Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company.
The C-5M Super Galaxy
The world’s premier long-haul heavy lifter, the C-5M gets troops and supplies where they are needed, faster and more reliably than any other airlifter in service today. With more than 70 aircraft improvements, the world-record-setting Super Galaxy is the only strategic airlifter capable of linking America directly to the warfighter, in all theaters of combat without refueling. Modernization pays for itself by reductions in maintenance costs and fuel consumption, offering twice the capability at a fraction of the cost.
The P-3 Orion
The P-3 Orion represents nearly five decades of Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance excellence. Current programs focus on avionics upgrades, structural life extension, technical support, and innovative partnering approaches to performance based logistics. The Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) replaces the aircraft outer wings, center wing lower section and horizontal stabilizer with new production components. P-3 MLU provides the maritime patrol and reconnaissance community with a technically proven, low risk and cost-effective solution that significantly reduces maintenance burden and increases availability.
Field Team Operations
Lockheed Martin Field Team Operations (FTO) is a Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) organization based out of Greenville, South Carolina. They field over 800 experienced professionals at over 33 locations worldwide. Contract logistics support elements provided by FTO include a variety of functions such as Aircraft Fleet Management, Aircraft Maintenance and Modification, Field Service Representatives and Pilot and Mechanic Training to name a few.