Maritime Innovation Challenge
At Lockheed Martin, we’re shaping emerging technologies and future capabilities of the U.S. Navy community. Grow your knowledge of the Maritime Innovations of the past, present and future with this challenge.
SEAHAWK® maritime helicopters operate from multiple ship classes to provide anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare capabilities to the U.S. Navy. On how many ship classes are SEAHAWK® helicopters based?
Four: Cruisers, destroyers, frigates and littoral combat ships
How many different ship classes utilize the MK 41 vertical launching system?
The MK 41 is installed in 18 different ship classes of the U.S. and allied navies.
Aegis-equipped worldwide partners include Spain, Korea, Japan, Australia and…
This Littoral Combat Ship is currently on deployment to Southeast Asia.
USS Fort Worth deployed on Nov. 17, 2014, for a 16-month deployment to Southeast Asia.
This system keeps sailors out of harm’s way by providing the primary mine reconnaissance capability for the U.S. littoral combat ship mine countermeasure mission package.
RMMV is an unmanned, semi-autonomous vehicle that detects and identifies undersea threats.
Which studio created an animated emblem for a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter?
Disney: In 1942, Coast Guard Cutter 83359 received an illustration from Walt Disney of a fish riding a sea horse and holding a can of TNT.
What is the U.S. Marine Corps mascot?
What current inventory weapon is LRASM based off of?
JASSM-ER: LRASM uses JASSM-ER as the baseline missile design, sharing approximately 80% commonality, and adds a new sensor suite to attack moving ships at sea.
The F-35C is designed and built explicitly for carrier operations. Name three of its main distinctive characteristics.
1. Larger wings
2. More robust landing gear
3. Wingtips that fold to allow for more room on the carrier’s deck while deployed.
The Blue Angels have operated a C-130 as part of their air demonstration show since the 1970’s. What is the nickname given to that plane?
Fat Albert, because of its size and shape. It is a reference to the popular children's cartoon of the same 1970’s. Hey, hey, hey!