Mission Systems and Training
From harnessing the power of the sun to leveraging the temperature difference of our ocean's waters, our top engineers are proving their commitment to achieving energy independence with alternative, green resources.
Operational and deployed today with the U.S. Navy as the primary anti-submarine warfare anti-surface weapon system for open ocean and littoral zones, the MH-60R SEAHAWK® helicopter is the world’s most advanced maritime helicopter.
K-MAX features Kaman’s proven high-altitude, heavy-lift K-1200 airframe and Lockheed Martin’s mission management and control systems, enabling autonomous flight in remote environments over large distances.
The Lockheed Martin team built the nation’s first LCS, the USS Freedom, which is currently deployed with the fleet. Using lessons learned from its work on Freedom, the team constructed Fort Worth with 30 percent fewer production hours than LCS 1.
Follow the nation's first Littoral Combat Ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1), as she crosses the Pacific to Southeast Asia.
In the News
SECNAV Emphasizes Crucial Role of LCS in SE Asian Waters
Marine Link, May 14, 2013
CNO Hosts All Hands Call in Singapore U.S. Navy, May 13, 2013
“Truly amazing” AUV shaves weeks off surveying
Decomworld, Apr. 29, 2013
Navy Secretary Singles Out Littoral Combat Ship as ‘One of Our Very Best Programs'
Lexington Institute, Apr. 26, 2013
USS Fort Worth Completes Final Contract Trials
NAVSEA.mil, Apr. 18, 2013
US Warship Arrives in Singapore for Southeast Asian Stint
Wall Street Journal blog, Apr. 18, 2013
USS Freedom Arrives in Singapore
Reuters, Apr. 17, 2013
Lockheed to build 10-megawatt thermal power plant off southern China
Reuters, Apr. 16, 2013
7 Cool Facts About the US Navy’s Hottest New Ship
The Economic Times, Apr. 8, 2013