Tag Archives: Paul Lemmo

Paul Lemmo: Lockheed Eyes HELIOS Laser Weapon Initial Design Review in FY 2019

Paul Lemmo, vice president of integrated warfare systems and sensors at Lockheed Martin, has said the preliminary design review for High-Energy Laser and Integrated Optical-Dazzler with Surveillance system is set to occur in fiscal year 2019, National Defense reported Tuesday. Lockheed plans to deliver two HELIOS platforms to the U.S. Navy by FY 2020 for integration with the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer and installation at a ground-based testing site as part of a potential $942.8M contract awarded in January 2018.

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Lockheed to Develop Multimodal Sensor Fusion Testbed for Army Rotocraft

Lockheed Martin aims to build multimodal sensor fusion testbed for rotary-wing aircraft under a potential three-year, $12 million contract from U.S. Army‘s Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate. The company said Tuesday currently develops sensor fusion and integration tools in an effort to help increase the survivability of Army helicopters and restore situational …

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Lockheed to Supply Targeting Pods to Kuwait via US Air Force Delivery Order

Lockheed Martin has secured a delivery order to supply Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods to Kuwait under a foreign military sales agreement with the U.S. government. The U.S. Air Force placed the order under a potential $485 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract awarded in March 2015, Lockheed said Monday. The order covers 14 Snipers ATPs, support …

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Lockheed to Produce Airborne Sensor Spares for Navy’s Super Hornet Fleet

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $23.7 million contract by the Defense Logistics Agency to produce spares for company-built sensor technology installed on the U.S. Navy‘s F/A-18E/F aircraft fleet. The IRST21 sensor works to detect and monitor airborne threats with the use of infrared search and track technology and displays high-resolution imagery of multiple targets …

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Lockheed Installs Optical Sensor on Navy Salvage Ship for NATO Missions

Lockheed Martin has installed a company-built vehicle optical sensor system on the U.S. Navy‘s USNS Grapple rescue and salvage ship to support NATO‘s patrol operations in the Aegean Sea. The company and the military branch chose a first-generation Gyrocam VOSS from the U.S. government’s inventory and completed system installation over a two-week period, Lockheed said Wednesday. “To support NATO’s security mission …

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Lockheed Martin to Develop Army Modular Protection System; Paul Lemmo Comments

Lockheed Martin has been selected to continue the development of the U.S. Army‘s open-architecture controller for the Modular Active Protection System under two contracts. The company will develop software for rapid vehicle countermeasures against threats and hardware that comply with the MAPS architecture and safety requirements, Lockheed Martin said Tuesday. “We are developing …

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