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Executive Move- Joseph Lamarca named VP, Communications at Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin has named Joseph Lamarca, Jr. as the vice president, Communications, for the Aeronautics business  at Lockheed Martin. The appointment will be effective in early January. Lamarca previously served as VP for Communications at Bell Helicopters in Texas and has also worked for Boeing. Prior to entering industry, Lamarca …

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Contract Award- CPI Aerostructures- $1.03 Million – Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin has awarded CPI Aerostructures a contract to provide aircraft structural assemblies for the P-3 Orion aircraft for the US Navy. The contract has a value of $1.03 million, and work will begin immediately and deliveries will continue into mid 2011. Edward J. Fred, president and CEO of CPI …

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News- Lockheed Martin Begins IT Apprenticeship Program

Lockheed Martin announced yesterday the launch of an IT apprenticeship program for local high schools in northern Virginia. The program is meant to provide mentoring and technical training to develop local area students into skilled IT professionals. The program was originally started in 2002 in Pennsylvania and has received multiple …

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Contract Award- Lockheed Martin- $14.75 Million – Navy

The US Navy has awarded Lockheed Martin a contract to provide integration for digital messaging for MH-60R helicopters. The contract, worth $14.75 million, will improve the flow of information sent between anti-submarine helicopters and ships in the fleet. Under the contract, Lockheed Martin will develop software for the integration of …

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Contract Award- Lockheed Martin- $851 Million- US Navy

The U.S. Navy awarded Lockheed Martin a contract of $851 million for production and system support for the Trident II D5 Fleet Ballistic Missile program for the next fiscal year. Lockheed Martin will be providing missile hardware support and reentry system hardware. They will also be assisting in operations and …

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Contract Award- Lockheed Martin – $32.3 Million – Marine Corps

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a contract to refit over 50 US Marine Corps Light Armored Vehicle Command and Control vehicles. The contract, worth up to $32.3 million, has an initial provision for 30 vehicles to be retrofitted with C2 capabilities, with an additional provision for a further 22 more. …

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Contract Award- Telephonics – $17 Million – Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin has awarded Telephonics a contract to provide support for a radar system on US Navy strike helicopters. The $17 million contract provides for radar repair services for five years. Under the contract, Telephonics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Griffon Corporation, will provide maintenance support for the N/APS-147 Multi-Mode …

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News- Lockheed Martin and MIT Announce Research Partnership

Yesterday, MIT and Lockheed Martin announced a $5 million research partnership to examine climate change and energy issues. The main focus of the research will be on climate initiatives, including utility scale energy storage and carbon modeling and verification. Over a five year period, $5 million will be invested in …

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News- Lockheed Martin Completes First Aegis Weapon System

Lockheed Martin announced yesterday that it has completed production of the first Aegis Weapon System for the Royal Australian Navy’s Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD-1) Program. In a ceremony at its Moorestown, N.J., facility, Lockheed Martin marked the successful completion of a full range of acceptance tests carried out over several …

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News- IP Agreement Between Microsoft and Lockheed Martin

Microsoft and Lockheed Martin have reached an intellectual property agreement that will enable Lockheed Martin to further develop Microsoft ESP software to improve training for US warfighters. The agreement will allow Lockheed Martin to build customized simulation solutions for the military. Microsoft is allowing Lockheed Martin to access the ESP …

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