LONDON (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin <LMT.N>, the Pentagon's biggest supplier by revenue, is drawing together its overseas sales efforts in a new international arm as it tries to win more contracts outside the United States. Full story
With the proliferation of military drones, it's easy to overlook the role of manned aircraft in modern warfare. Traditional warplanes aren't going anywhere, though, and Lockheed Martin makes a convincing case as to why. The weapons manufacturer has just released footage of its F-35B Lightning II fig Full story
Lockheed Martin has terminated its incoming CEO Christopher Kubasik for an alleged ethics violation, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs. The company names Marillyn Hewson its CEO.
The F-35A Lightning II flies above the compass rose of Rogers Dry Lakebed at Edwards Air Force Base, May 13, 2011. REUTERS/Paul Weatherman/Lockheed Martin/US Air Force
The U.S. Marine Corps version of Lockheed Martin's F35 Joint Strike Fighter, F-35B test aircraft BF-2 flies with external weapons for the first time over the Atlantic test range at Patuxent River Naval Air Systems Command in Maryland in a February 22, 2012 file photo. It's called the "death spiral,"
F-35 Joint Strike Fighters AF-2, AF-3 and AF-4, can be seen flying over Edwards Air Force Base in this December 10, 2011 handout photo provided by Lockheed Martin. REUTERS/Lockheed Martin/Darin Russell/Handout/Files
Workers are seen on the moving line and forward fuselage assembly areas for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter at Lockheed Martin Corp's factory located in Fort Worth, Texas in this October 13, 2011 file handout provided by Lockheed Martin. REUTERS/Lockheed Martin/Randy A. Crites/Handout/Files