PAC-3 Advanced Air Defense Missile



Lockheed Martin Takes Next Step Toward PAC-3 MSE Integration with Aegis Weapon System

How PAC-3 contributes to Joint All-Domain Operations (JADO)

Lockheed Martin is helping our customers with the new, highly contested threats they face. Those threats require assured, resilient communications built on a networked architecture that seamlessly integrates all assets of the joint all-domain battlespace. We want to optimize weapon-to-target pairings and available inventories to maximize mission effectiveness.

We’re leveraging our demonstrated multi-domain expertise to connect any sensor with any shooter across the services to maximize flexibility, advance command and control at machine speeds and support real-time decision making for the warfighter. We are demonstrating those capabilities across multiple domains in large force exercises today.

As part of its role in JADO, PAC-3 has demonstrated integration with the THAAD Weapon System, the U.S. Army’s Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS) and F-35, the most advanced node in the 21st century warfare network-centric architecture.

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15 Partner Nations
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90+ Successful flight tests
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1700 PAC-3 MSEs produced
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Ramping up annual production
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We remain the world leader in weapon systems integration, and our combat-proven Hit-to-Kill missile technology provides the warfighter unmatched capability to successfully operate in a multi-domain environment.

Stay Informed: The Latest News on PAC-3   ___
May 20, 2024
Press Release
In partnership with multiple Department of Defense Services and Components, Lockheed Martin launched a PAC-3 Missile Segment Enhancement (MSE)interceptor from an MK-70 containerized launch platform to engage a cruise missile target in flight.
May 06, 2024
Press Release
WARSAW, Poland, May 6, 2024 – The Ministry of Defence officially approved five completed Offset projects in the first phase of the WISLA programme. Lockheed Martin partnered with local industrial partners to increase technical capabilities and provide manufacturing know-how of components related to Patriot Advanced Capability – 3 (PAC-3) Missile Segment Enhancement (MSE)and in support of Poland’s air and missile defence.
Nov 16, 2023
Press Release
For the first time, Lockheed Martin’s PAC-3 successfully integrated with the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor (LTAMDS) radar.
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