Helping the future arrive is what we do. We solve the great problems of our times. We create the innovative technologies that define eras. While no one knows what's going to change the world next, we're probably already working on it.
Our job is to protect what matters most. That's why we continuously push the boundaries of what's possible to create technologies that are anything but traditional.
Advanced tactical fighter aircraft are a foundation of military power. The F-16 Fighting Falcon has continually reset the standard for multirole aircraft for years, thanks to a constant stream of technological updates and innovations. And now the F-35 Lightning II, the most sophisticated multirole fighter ever to fly, brings an entirely new set of interoperable capabilities to forces around the world. After all, air superiority isn’t a luxury, it's a necessity.
We're engineering a better tomorrow by bringing forward innovations that help make life safer, cleaner and more sustainable.
In a world where the demand for energy rises by the day, we’re exploring better ways to generate power. The oceans that cover our planet may hold the key. We’re already harnessing the forces of the tides for clean, reliable, renewable electricity. Because while resources may be limited, the power of human ingenuity to create a better energy future is not.
We pursue knowledge wherever we find it. From space exploration, to fusion power, to nanotechnology, we’re helping the future arrive.
Many people wonder “what if?” But at Lockheed Martin, we don’t stop there. We obsess. We study. We ponder. We push the state of the art in fields like quantum computing, nanotechnology, material science and countless others. And, as a result, we create innovations that define eras. We don’t know what’s going to change the world next. But we’re probably already working on it.
Marillyn A. Hewson
Chairman, President and CEO