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Martin Defense Group has secured a potential nine-year, $54.4 million contract from the Office of Naval Research to support the development of unmanned surface vessels for mobility enhancement. The contractor will work on a USVME platform meant to provide the U.S. Marine Corps with capabilities to conduct unmanned support and resupply activities, the Department of […] More
The Office of Naval Research has awarded Martin Defense Group a $15 million contract to develop a system for delivering fuel to the U.S. Marine Corps’ expeditionary advanced base operations. Martin Defense will aim to mature autonomous technology as part of the Amphibious Vehicle for Unmanned Surface Mobility program, the Department of Defense said April […] More
Northrop Grumman and Martin Defense Group have received a new contract each to continue developing a payload-capable unmanned underwater vehicle demonstrator for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The two contractors will perform subsystem testing and in-water demonstration of their respective Manta Ray UUVs under the second phase of the development program, the agency said Monday. […] More
Martin Defense Group was awarded a $54.8 million contract to develop control software and energy harvesting module for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s long-range unmanned underwater vessel. The effort is under the second developmental phase of DARPA’s Manta Ray UUV program and the Honolulu, Hawaii-based small business is expected to complete the software and […] More

Navatek has changed its name to Martin Defense Group in a move to emphasize the technology research and company's intention to support U.S. defense programs. Martin Kao, CEO of Martin Defense, said the company aims to innovate with partners and transform emerging technology platforms into “game-changing“ offerings designed to help customers ensure national security.

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Lockheed Martin has agreed to involve Poland’s state-owned defense organization Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa in various defense and security programs as part of Lockheed“™s commitment to Polish industry. The two parties inked a letter of intent to allow PGZ member companies to participate in Lockheed programs on satellite systems, aircraft, helicopters, weapons, combat systems, training devices and simulators, the […] More
C3 AI has appointed Martin Klein, a major general in the U.S. Army Reserve and former chief operating officer at the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, to lead its defense and intelligence-facing unit as senior vice president. Klein is expected to build on his combined private sector, government and military experience in his new […] More
Lockheed Martin is looking to address deadline challenges in its work to integrate the Autonomic Logistics Information System to be used on U.S. Air Force F-35 fighter jets, Defense News reported Sunday. Jill Aitoro writes Lorraine Martin, deputy executive vice president for Lockheed’s mission systems and training segment, told the publication ALIS manages and fields all F-35 operations […] More
Lockheed Martin has unveiled a transportable, 10-kilowatt fiber laser designed for short-range defense against rockets and other unmanned aerial systems. According to a company statement, the Area Defense Anti-Munitions system can seek out a UAS target within a range of 1.5 to 2 kilometers. The Bethesda, Md., global security and aerospace company said it has been […] More
Lockheed Martin announced it has logged a successful critical design review for an electronic warfare system upgrade aimed at improving the Navy’s ability to defend against anti-ship missile threats. With the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program, or SEWIP, the Navy is looking to improve upon the AN/SLQ-32 electronic warfare system used by warships. “Block 2 […] More
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