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Legion Pod

Legion Pod

Sensing and Networking for Targeting

Legion Pod is a multi-function sensor system that supports collaborative targeting operations in radar-denied environments. Flexible by design and production-ready, Legion Pod is set to serve as the next sensor system of choice for fixed-wing aircraft.

Using Lockheed Martin’s IRST21 sensor, networking and advanced processing technology, Legion Pod provides high-fidelity detection and tracking of air-to-air targets. Its plug-and-play architecture also makes it easily transportable across numerous platforms, including fighter and non-fighter aircraft.

Designed for flexibility, Legion Pod accommodates additional sensors within its current structure, acting as a multi-function sensor suite without costly aircraft or system modifications. This ensures it can meet both current and emerging customer requirements.

Housed in a 16-inch diameter structure, Legion Pod’s baseline configuration includes an advanced processor and datalink capability in addition to its infrared search and track technology. With capabilities unmatched by other targeting systems and the ability to accommodate additional sensors at low cost, Legion Pod fulfills warfighters’ critical needs and sets itself apart from the competition. 


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Legion Pod

Legion Pod is an innovative sensor system that uses infrared search and track technology, networking and advanced data processing to help warfighters identify, track and engage airborne threats. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

Legion Pod

Legion Pod is transportable across non-fighter and fighter platforms, including the F-15. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

Legion Pod

Legion Pod is an innovative sensor system that uses infrared search and track technology, networking and advanced data processing to help warfighters identify, track and engage airborne threats. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

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