Army Collective Training Service

In a more contested and volatile world, training is imperative to not only prepare armed forces for their next mission, but for all future missions.
Dawn Harrison
Lockheed Martin Programme Lead

Lockheed Martin introduces Alliance.

Lockheed Martin UK has joined with Cubic, 4GD, KX, Ravenswood UK, Splunk and Turner & Townsend on a transformational solution for the British Army’s Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP). Known as ‘Alliance,’ the UK-based collaboration has been formed as an engine for change, which brings together extensive experience and thought leadership across industries to ensure the greatest training effect and delivery, stemming from leading industry best practices.


Industry Collaboration

Industry Collaboration

Enabling collective training transformation through commercial innovation and defence thought leadership.
Unmatched Experience

Unmatched Experience

Minimising risk through a comprehensive understanding of how to bring today’s training environment into the future.
A Stronger UK

A Stronger UK

Commitment to creating more jobs and driving economic value through a robust supply chain.
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A UK-based collaboration, bringing together extensive experience understanding the past, the present and bringing thought leadership to shape and define the future of collective training with the British Army.

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