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Lockheed Martin opened its office in central Warsaw in 1997 and partners with the Polish Ministry of Defence on a variety of defence and security programmes including Air Sovereignty Operation Centers, F-16, Sniper advanced targeting pods, C-130E Hercules and Aegis Ashore. 

The company is committed to working with Polish partners from PGZ and other companies to build a stronger, more secure Poland and to sustaining thousands of jobs in Poland’s aerospace and security sector. 

Underpinning this commitment is PZL Mielec, Lockheed Martin’s biggest manufacturing facility outside the U.S. PZL Mielec, which manufactures the S-70i Black Hawk utility helicopter and the M28 twin turboprop aircraft, employs 1,700 people directly and sustains work for 5,000 others in its Polish supply chain. It is one of Poland’s biggest defence exporters.

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Partnership for Protection

Black Hawk

Built in Poland by PZL Mielec for seven international customers, the multi-role Black Hawk is the preferred combat assault and utility helicopter for the U.S. military and 30 international customers. Designed with field maintenance in mind, operators can quickly reconfigure Black Hawk helicopters for a variety of missions, such as troop transport and combat assault, MEDEVAC, humanitarian relief, search and rescue and close air support of ground troops.


Adversaries around the globe are becoming more sophisticated. To protect soldiers, citizens and infrastructure, our customers require the most advanced tactical missile capabilities. The Lockheed Martin High Mobility Artillery Rocket System is a strategic capability, improving homeland and important asset defense while reducing overall mission costs.

F-35 Lightning II

The F-35 Lightning II is a 5th Generation fighter, combining advanced stealth with fighter speed and agility, fully fused sensor information, network-enabled operations and advanced sustainment. Three variants of the F-35 will replace legacy fighters for the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps, and 10 other countries around the world.