At Lockheed Martin, the Science of Citizenship enables engineering solutions that create safe, resilient, modern societies for generations to come. We apply sound science and forward thinking to address some of the most pressing environmental, social, and governance issues facing society today and in the future.
Lockheed Martin’s fixed-wing aircraft such as the L-100 commercial freighter has been used to transport live animals, including the black rhino, in support of species conservation.Read More
The Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ship is a resilient, flexible warship, designed from the keel up to affordably take on new capabilities including advanced sensors, missiles, and cutting-edge cyber systems. Its speed, strength, and versatility make it a critical tool to help sailors achieve their current and future missions.Read More
At our Women in Engineering Day in Baltimore, Maryland, our female engineers engaged with high school girls in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities.Read More
The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl honors and recognizes the enormous sacrifices that America’s military personnel have made on the battlefield. Fittingly, the championship trophy is upcycled with repurposed material from combat-tested metal and the steel from all five branches of the United States Armed Forces. The trophy stands as a testament to the courage and fortitude of our brothers and sisters in arms.Read More
When creating a film about space, Ad Astra Director James Gray immediately thought of Lockheed Martin as the company connecting the science fiction in movies to the realities of space exploration. Ad Astra, meaning “to the stars,” is a customer mission Lockheed Martin has been achieving for over 50 years. We employ the world’s best cyber experts from diverse fields – people who are passionate about and empowered by our customers’ missions.Read More