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Lockheed Martin Flight Tests New Rocket Launch System

Lockheed Martin successfully conducted the fifth and final production qualification test for the new guided multiple launch rocket system alternative warhead recently at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. During the long-range test, four rockets were fired from a HIMARS launcher and destroyed their respective targets approximately 65 kilometers away. The test is the final milestone before the developmental test/operational test phase, which will incorporate soldiers into the system testing. The DT/OT phase will begin this summer and will conclude with the initial operational test and evaluation exercise in the fall. In April 2012, Lockheed Martin received a USD 79.4 million contract from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to develop the alternative warhead program. Under the terms of the contract, the engineering, manufacturing and development phase of the program runs 36 months, focusing on system performance, warhead qualification and producibility. The alternative warhead is designed to engage the same target set and achieve the same area-effects requirement as the GMLRS submunitions warhead, but without the lingering danger of unexploded ordnance. The alternative warhead is being developed by ATK under subcontract to Lockheed Martin. The AWP is part of a US Department of Defense plan to create a GMLRS variant that meets the DoD's cluster munition policy. The Lockheed Martin GMLRS Alternative Warhead program will also be compliant with the provisions of the Convention on Cluster Munitions international treaty.

Lockheed Martin Conducts the Fifth and Final Production Qualification Test (PQT) for the New Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) Alternative Warhead

Lockheed Martin successfully conducted the fifth and final Production Qualification Test (PQT) for the new Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) Alternative Warhead recently at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. During the long-range test, four rockets were fired from a HIMARS launcher and destroyed their respective targets approximately 65 kilometers away. The test is the final milestone before the Developmental Test/Operational Test (DT/OT) phase, which incorporates soldiers into the system testing. The DT/OT phase will begin this summer and will conclude with the Initial Operational Test & Evaluation (IOT&E) exercise in the fall of 2014. The Alternative Warhead is designed to engage the same target set and achieve the same area-effects requirement as the GMLRS submunitions warhead, but without the lingering danger of unexploded ordinance. The Alternative Warhead is being developed by ATK under subcontract to Lockheed Martin.

U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command Awards Lockheed Martin $10 Million Contract to Maintain MK-48 Torpedoes

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded Lockheed Martin a contract option worth approximately $10 million to support the Navy's intermediate-level maintenance activities for all MK-48 torpedoes. This is the first option exercised from a contract awarded in 2013 and brings the total contract value to more than $18 million. Work on this contract is performed at the Navy's facility in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

US Air Force Launches DMSP Satellite Built by Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Corporation has announced that The US Air Force has launched Defense Meteorological Satellite Program, or DMSP, satellite, built by the company, from Space Launch Complex 3 East at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. DMSP satellites collect data that enables military forecasters to find, track and forecast weather systems all over the globe, particularly in remote and hostile areas for deployed troops. Additionally, DMSP supports a broad range of civil users with sensing capabilities not provided by US civil and international weather satellite systems.

Lockheed Martin Corporation and University of Arizona Deliver James Webb Space Telescope to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

Lockheed Martin announced together with the University of Arizona, that the primary imaging instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), was delivered to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The company said that the new Near Infrared Camera or NIRCam, has now been integrated into the heart of the telescope called the Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM), to complete the suite of four instruments that, combined, will explore the deep universe after it's launched in 2018. NIRCam will function as the central imaging component of JWST.

 

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