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X-59 quiet supersonic jet takes shape at Skunk Works facility

The X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) is taking shape at Lockheed Martin’s secretive Skunk Works facility in Palmdale, California.

Lockheed Martin awarded $6.6bn F-35 sustainment contract

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $6.6 billion sustainment contract by the Pentagon’s F-35 Joint Program Office.

Boeing and Sikorsky submit plans for Black Hawk replacement

Sikorsky and Boeing have submitted their joint proposal to the US Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) programme.

F-16 wing production line from 1980s reopened amid new demand

An assembly line originally established in the 1980s for F-16 wings for Lockheed Martin has resumed production at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).

Lockheed Martin brings more F-16 manufacturing jobs to Pennsylvania facility

Lockheed Martin is bringing new F-16 manufacturing work and 80 new jobs to its facility in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Taiwan to buy $1.4bn worth of new fighter jets, likely F-16s produced in South Carolina

Taiwan will spend $1.4 billion on new fighter jet as the island nation announces a modest rise in defence spending for next year.

Lockheed Martin invents new satellite dish for space-based 5G

Lockheed Martin has invented a new type of satellite dish with a wide range of uses, including space-based 5G.

Has Lockheed Martin unveiled a sixth generation fighter factory?

Lockheed Martin, which has just unveiled a new factory at its Skunk Works site, may use it to manufacture the US Air Force’s new sixth generation fighter.

Lockheed Martin unveils intelligent, flexible factory

Lockheed Martin has completed construction of an advanced manufacturing facility at its Palmdale, California, campus and headquarters to the Skunk Works.

Lockheed Martin classified aircraft programme goes over budget

Lockheed Martin has recorded a $225 million quarterly loss in its aeronautics division after performance issues in a classified programme.