Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control

Orlando, FL 32819


About Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control


5600 Sand Lake Rd
Orlando, FL 32819
United States

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Develops, manufactures and supports advanced combat, missile, rocket and space systems for military customers that include the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, NASA, and dozens of foreign nations.



Navy asks Lockheed Martin for extended-range versions of sensor-fusion-equipped LRASM anti-ship missile

LRASM is designed to detect and destroy high-priority targets within groups of ships from extended ranges in electronic warfare jamming environments.
Hypersonic Heat 25 March 2021

Building rugged sensors for the heat of hypersonic flight

A hypersonic missile must withstand temperatures at leading edges like wings and nose that are hotter than a blast furnace designed to melt steel.
E Cass Eo4 18 Sept 2020

Lockheed Martin to upgrade eCASS test and measurement

The EO4 part of eCASS helps sailors and Marines troubleshoot and repair aircraft assemblies at sea or ashore and return the avionics to service.
Apache 16 Sept 2020

Lockheed Martin builds helicopter electronic warfare (EW)

The MRFI identifies intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance emitters, and helps the AH-64E pilot detect and attack enemy radar threats.
In this Raytheon illustration, a small unmanned aircraft is shot down with a high-energy laser weapon.

Laser weapons get ready for the big time

New electro-optical weapons are increasing in power and lethality, and are ready for air, land, and sea deployment to defend against enemy threats like unmanned aircraft, rockets...
The DARPA MACH program seeks new materials and designs for cooling the hot leading edges of hypersonic vehicles.

The electronics design challenges of hypersonic flight

Hypersonic munitions present an intimidating set of environmental challenges, raising the bar to an entirely new level of difficulty.
Jassm Missile 3 April 2020

Lockheed Martin to build 790 JASSM-ER cruise missiles

JASSM can be fired from several different aircraft, including the B-1, B-2, B-52, F-16, F/A-18E/F, F-15E, and will be adapted to the F-35 in the future.
Photo (above): The Navy plans to upgrade all Arleigh Burke-class (DDG-51) destroyers, shown above, with new Aegis combat system, with Flight IIA ships getting a variant of the SPY-6(v) air and missile defense radar.

Shipboard electronics steams into the 21st century

U.S. Navy is on track for increases in surface ship and submarine building, unmanned vehicles development, shipboard weapons, sensors, and digital signal processing.
The Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare (AOEW) program will deliver persistent electronic surveillance and attack capability against naval threats like anti-ship missiles.

Enabling technologies for airborne electronic warfare

High-performance embedded computing, improvements in SWaP, and distributing capability over many different aircraft is helping the military fight in the electromagnetic spectrum...

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