It has been over 80 years since the Lockheed Aircraft Company set up operations in Canada to facilitate the maintenance of Hudson bombers—manufactured in Burbank, California, and ferried to the UK through Canada—to support the war effort. Those early years were dedicated to supplying airplanes to the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Since then, the company has grown through mergers and acquisitions to form the company we know today as Lockheed Martin Canada led by Chief Executive, Lorraine Ben.
Today, we continue to enjoy well-earned relations with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) through continued sustainment of the C-130J fleet. Lockheed Martin Canada is also proud of more than thirty years of partnership with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) as its combat systems integrator.
Through the sustainment of thousands of highly-skilled jobs, we support economic growth and deliver world-leading innovation internationally. Drawing on a diverse and broad-based supply chain across Canada, our solutions play a critical role in supporting Canada, allies, and the broader industrial base. We take pride in delivering not only innovative products, but unmatched service across all defence and security applications.