Aegis Combat System
The world’s most advanced combat system, Aegis can simultaneously attack land targets, submarines, and surface ships while automatically protecting the fleet against aircraft, cruise missiles and ballistic missiles.
PROVEN CAPABLE: THE WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEM AND
THE WORLD’S ONLY MARITIME BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM.
Aegis and Australia's SEA 5000 Future Frigate
As the developer of the Aegis Combat System Lockheed Martin continues its 40-year legacy as the Aegis Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA) for the U.S. Navy. The Aegis CSEA is responsible for combat system engineering services – including the design development integration test and life cycle support – for all Aegis-equipped ships. (Photo Courtesy of Navy.mil)
Over time, Aegis has evolved new capabilities to counter emerging threats and take advantage of new technologies. The latest Aegis configuration, called Baseline 9, presents an open architecture framework to allow endless flexibility.
We’ve taken the Aegis Combat System from an anti-ship missile system to the basis for the U.S. approach to global missile defense.
Aegis Ashore provides a proven, affordable solution to expand the protection of the Aegis Combat System to inland areas.
Lockheed Martin provides superior performance while continually evolving the Aegis system to keep pace with enemy threats.
Aegis seamlessly integrates the SPY-1 radar, the MK 41 Vertical Launching System, the SM-3 missile and the weapon system’s command and control system (C2BMC).
Video: Navy Recognition Interview with Michael Koch on F110
Navy Recognition, Jan. 12, 2017
Lockheed Martin Advocates Accelerating Aegis, SPY-1 Upgrades
USNI News, Jan. 10, 2017
Surface Navy 2017: Lockheed Martin pushes solid-state SPY-1 radar upgrade plan
Jane’s, Jan. 10, 2017
The Aegis Programme is One of Continuous Evolution
MILTECH, Jan. 10, 2017
Aegis defense system helped stop missile attack on USS Mason
Stars and Stripes, Oct. 13, 2016
Lockheed Martin Developing Modular Aegis System For Potential Integration on Flight III DDG-51s
Defense Daily, May 16, 2016