Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide updates on its maritime surveillance systems and the Littoral Combat Ship at the Euronaval conference October 27 through October 30 in Paris.
Lockheed’s executives and program officials will also be available for media interviews at the Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees, the company said Tuesday.
Doug Wilhelm, director of international Aegis programs, will brief the media on the milestones Lockheed has achieved for the Aegis naval combat system.
Joe North, vice president of littoral ships and systems, ship and aviation systems at Lockheed, will discuss the status of LCS, the multimission combat ship and surface combat ship.
George Barton, vice president of business development for ship and aviation systems, will highlight recent and future developments for the MH-60R programs worldwide and Lockheed’s unmanned aircraft applications.