Rotary and Mission Systems
Our portfolio features more than 1,000 programs, including helicopters, integrated air and missile defense, littoral warfare, undersea warfare, radar, electronic warfare, cyber solutions, C4ISR, and training and logistics systems. The business area supports the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy and Missile Defense Agency, as well as intelligence, civil, commercial and international military customers.
RMS employs approximately 34,000 people in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Taiwan, Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia. Computer systems, software and hardware engineering professionals comprise the largest segment of our workforce, followed by professional and other support specialists.
Meet Our Leadership
Dale P. Bennett
"Rotary and Mission Systems has a global presence with business in nearly 100 countries. We solve our customers’ most difficult challenges with a broad portfolio that takes us from the depths of the ocean to the far reaches of space and just about everywhere in between."
RMS At A Glance
Our Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions are simplifying the complex—turning data into knowledge. And knowledge into action.
We are global leaders delivering full spectrum cyber capabilities -- supporting the offensive and defensive efforts of our defense and intelligence community customers.
For 40 years, Lockheed Martin has researched, designed, developed, and captured electromagnetic energy and elevated its power to create innovative Directed Energy solutions.
Electronic Warfare (EW) represents the ability to use the electromagnetic spectrum—signals such as radio, infrared or radar—to sense, protect, and communicate.
As technology grows and adversaries become more sophisticated, naval dominance, missile defense and nuclear deterrence must evolve to meet these new threats.
Our radar and electro-optical/infrared sensor systems provide advanced precision targeting, navigation, threat detection and next generation intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.
From the flight of the world's first practical helicopter in 1939, Sikorsky has remained the industry leader through its commitment to innovation, excellence and safety.
Traditional approaches focus on delivering training tools and devices. Lockheed Martin takes a more innovative approach: developing a training system that provides the shortest path to learning.
Unmanned systems are changing the way militaries operate and protect forces, the way first responders fight fires and how researchers explore the ocean terrains.