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Lockheed Martin Receives Four Security Awards

Lockheed Martin has been awarded four of the 2011 James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Awards by the Defense Security Service. The event was held at the NCMS training seminar in New Orleans, La., June 22. The firm was recognized for industrial security excellence and received more awards in …

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Lockheed Martin Unveils 100th Multimission Helicopter

Lockheed Martin and Sikorsky have jointly unveiled the 100th MH-60 Romeo Multimission helicopter. The helicopter will be flown from Owego, N.Y., to San Diego, Calif., at the Naval Base Coronado. The MH-60 is requested globally with the Royal Australian Navy adding 24 to the aircraft’s production list, currently reaching 324. …

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Lockheed Martin Receives Follow-On Contract with US Army

Lockheed Martin’s relationship with the U.S. Army will continue — the aerospace and defense contractor has received a follow-on contract from the Army to supply Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System Unitary rockets. The $445 million contract is the Army’s sixth purchase of the precision munition. Thus far, nearly 2,000 GMLRS …

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Lockheed Martin's BlackCloud Slashes Risk, Cost for Private Clouds

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) today announced BlackCloud, a secure turnkey private cloud solution for federal agencies designed to cut risk while addressing compliance and mission requirements. BlackCloud incorporates Lockheed Martin’s architecture with solutions from Cyber Security Alliance partners Cisco, NetApp, and VMware to offer secure multitenancy in the data center. …

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Lockheed Martin F-16 Named Top Choice for New Bulgarian Fleet

Lockheed Martin’s F-16 aircraft has been named the most likely replacement for Bulgaria’s current fleets of legacy, with prime minister Boyko Borisov requesting the joint purchase of fighter aircraft carriers with three of its main allies–Croatia, Romania and Turkey. All four nations with the exception of Turkey are presently seeking …

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Lockheed Martin Hack Investigated by FBI

An FBI investigation has been launched to determine whether the May 21 cyber attack on Lockheed Martin’s computers resulted from “poor hygiene, if nothing was infiltrated and nothing taken or something more,” a Pentagon official said. “The FBI has the lead because it’s a criminal activity,” Robert J. Butler, the …

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Lockheed Martin Holds Empire Challenge Exercise

Lockheed Martin demonstrated coalition intelligence interoperability with members of the “five eyes” international consortium at the Empire Challenge Joint Forces exercise. The “five eyes” members represent the U.S., Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The exercise consisted of end-to-end processing, dissemination, exploitation of non-traditional intelligence data using fully operational …

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Lockheed Martin Battles 'Tenacious' Cyber Attack

One of the nation’s largest defense contractors, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) this weekend announced its information systems network had been struck by a “significant and tenacious attack,” something experts say is just the tip of the iceberg of security issues in the web domain affecting both government and industry. The …

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Lockheed Martin CEO Breaks Down How to Save Millions

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bob Stevens yesterday delivered an update on key programs and shared details of the company’s affordability initiatives, including consolidating facilities, selling businesses and reducing expenses. As the global security environment only grows more volatile and complex, economic resources become more constrained …

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