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MEADS X-Band radar starts system-level integration testing - News

April 23, 2012
ROME, ITALY. The first Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) Multifunction Fire Control Radar (MFCR) started testing at Pratica di Mare Air Force Base, which is just outside of Rome, Italy. The system-level tests help the system prepare for an intercept flight test later this year. The advanced 360-degree rotating X-band radar finished initial performance tests at a near-field facility at SELEX Sistemi Integrati SpA in Rome. At Pratica di Mare, program engineers will start system-level integration tests using a MEADS battle manager and launcher.

GPS integration benchmark completed by Raytheon, Lockheed Martin - News

April 16, 2012
AURORA, Colo. Officials at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon announced that the two companies finished the first integration benchmark between the Raytheon Global Positioning System (GPS) Next Generation Operational Control System (OCX) and GPS III satellite system from Lockheed Martin.

More than $1 Billion in avionics and sensors for Navy helicopters to be provided by Lockheed Martin - News

April 09, 2012
WASHINGTON. Lockheed Martin won a billion dollar Navy contract to deliver more than 200 digital avionics cockpits as well as sensors and integrated mission systems for the MH-60S Sierra and MH-60R Romeo helicopters ? both of which are manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft, in Stratford, Conn.

Missile warning satellite final tests completed by Air Force and Lockheed Martin - News

April 03, 2012
LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. Air Force and Lockheed Martin engineers finished final systems tests for the U.S. Air Force?s second Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) geosynchronous satellite (GEO-2). The Final Integrated System Test (FIST) confirmed the spacecraft's functionality and performance prior to launch site delivery.

Navy funds two more Littoral Combat Ships to be built by Lockheed Martin - News

March 19, 2012
WASHINGTON. U.S. Navy officials are adding funding for two Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs) to be produced a Lockheed Martin-led industry team under a $715 million modification to an existing contract. The two ships will be the third and fourth vessels in a 10-ship contract awarded back in late 2010.

Cloud computing solution from Lockheed Martin UK being adopted by UK Cabinet office to create Cloudstore - News

March 16, 2012
BETHESDA, Md. Officials at the United Kingdom Cabinet Office chose G-Cloud computing services from Lockheed Martin UK across its government organizations and departments. The agreement will be dubbed CloudStore and will run for about six to nine months, with a potential for rolling contract extensions.