Kicking off a brand-new welcome center recently in Orlando, Lockheed Martin teamed with the United Services Organization (USO) in strengthening support services for active duty troops, veterans and their families traveling through the area annually.
International clients have placed orders totaling $99 million from Lockheed Martin under a foreign military sales contract comprising targeting pods (ATP), parts and upgrades under flexible terms and timetables, the company announced recently from Orlando.
Titusville, site of Lockheed Martin’s Astrotech Space Operations, will soon witness expansion with up to 300 new jobs in the next four years, supported by North Brevard’s Economic Development Zone and the State of Florida.
Upgrading night vision equipment for its Apache helicopter, as well as introducing color capability, the U.S. Army recently awarded Lockheed Martin a $54.3-million contract with initial plans to produce 35 units at the company’s Florida facilities.
Orlando, Florida-based Lockheed Martin was recently selected by the U.S. Army to provide specialized night vision technology to India, rendering it the 15th nation to purchase the system, with a $107.8 million contract stimulating local production.