Lockheed Extends Support for Navy’s Intell-Sharing System; Rob Smith Comments

lockheed martinLockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will continue its support for the U.S. Navy‘s cross-domain intelligence-sharing system, called Radiant Mercury, for an additional five years under two new contracts potentially worth a combined $90 million.

The company said Wednesday that Radiant Mercury works to enable U.S. and allied forces to exchange operational and intelligence information across network domains with classified and unclassified security setups.

“As we deploy the fourth generation of the system, we’ll continue to advance it with the most robust capabilities available, ” said Rob Smith, vice president of C4ISR at Lockheed Martin’s information systems and global solutions business.

He noted that the company developed Radiant Mercury in 1992.

The system is deployed at 400 global sites and complies with the standards and requirements of Intelligence Community Directive 503 and the Unified Cross Domain Services Management Office, Lockheed said.

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