Tag Archives: Eric Scherff

Lockheed to Buy i3’s Hypersonic Tech Business; Eric Scherff Quoted

Eric Scherff VP Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a portion of Integration Innovation Inc. (i3), a software and systems engineering company, to advance hypersonic-specific technology platforms for the warfighter. "This business combination not only reinforces our commitment to their missions, but also expands our portfolio in a strategic way,” said Eric Scherff, vice president of Hypersonic Strike Programs at Lockheed Martin.

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Lockheed to Move Some Fleet Ballistic Missile Production Tasks to Colorado Facility

Lockheed Martin has announced plans to relocate portions of the manufacturing process for the U.S. Navy‘s Fleet Ballistic Missile program to a company-operated facility in Jefferson County, Colo. The company said Friday it will open up to 550 job opportunities within the county to support engineering, project management and business operations. …

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Navy Tests Updated Lockheed Trident II Missile; Eric Scherff Comments

The U.S. Navy launched two updated Lockheed Martin-built missiles from an Ohio-class submarine during a test held Monday off the coast of southern California. Lockheed said Wednesday the test aimed to demonstrate the readiness of USS Nebraska‘s crew and the Trident II D5 Life Extension missile configuration through the  Demonstration and Shakedown Operation-28 test. “Instead …

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Lockheed, Navy Open Renovated Cape Canaveral Facility to Support Fleet Ballistic Missile Program

Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy have opened a newly-renovated building at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida to accommodate the company’s employees for the military branch’s Fleet Ballistic Missile program. The company said Thursday roughly 200 staff will move into the Engineering and Operations facility over the next few months. Eric …

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Navy Submarine Launches Lockheed-Built Ballistic Missile to Certify Crew, Weapon System

A U.S. Navy submarine has launched a Lockheed Martin-built unarmed ballistic missile unit in the Atlantic Ocean for a flight test in August as part of a demonstration and shakedown operation. Lockheed said Tuesday the Trident II D5 fleet ballistic missile flight test during DASO-27 worked to certify the USS Maryland submarine’s crew and weapon system to …

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3D-Printed Lockheed Martin Trident Missile Components Complete Test Flights

Lockheed Martin-built ballistic missiles with 3D-printed components have completed U.S. Navy-led test flights in support of efforts to accelerate the missile manufacturing process. Lockheed Martin engineers built the connector backshell component with an aluminum alloy that works to protect cable connectors in the Trident II D5 fleet ballistic missiles, Lockheed said Friday. Eric …

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