Since 1997, Lockheed Martin has partnered with the Polish Air Force on a variety of programs and capabilities. Occupying a historically strategic location in Europe, Poland is one of the original signatories of the regional air sovereignty agreement put forth by the United States. Today, Lockheed Martin continues to partner with Poland on a variety of defense and global security programs.
Major Programs Include:
Air Sovereignty Operation Centers (ASOC)- Operating in conjunction with national civilian ATC systems, ASOC was installed and is continually upgraded by Lockheed Martin.
F-16 Fighting Falcon- Poland acquired 48 Block 52 F-16C/Ds, currently the most advanced F-16s operating with NATO.
Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods - Sniper pods provide the Polish Air Force with updated targeting and non-traditional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (NTISR) capabilities.
C-130E Hercules- Poland has five C-130E Hercules transport planes, thoroughly modernized and upgraded.