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Telephone:
936-633-4800

Address:
1008 N. John Redditt Drive
Lufkin, TX  75904

Lockheed Martin’s Lufkin Operations facility was established in 1995 and became part of the Lockheed Martin family in 1997. Its approximately 250 employees perform circuit card assembly, wire harness assembly and final assembly, integration and testing for programs such as the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) guided missile, the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) guided missile, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) guided missile and the Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) guided missile.

In November 2012, the Lufkin Operations facility was one of eleven MFC facilities selected as a recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for performance excellence and quality achievement. It also won the IndustryWeek award in 2011.

Directions

From Houston Intercontinental Airport

  • Take 59 North.
  • When coming into Lufkin, stay in left lane until you arrive at the interchange
  • Go across the Loop 287 bypass
  • Turn left at the light onto the service road.
  • The service road will lead onto Loop 287. Stay on the loop until you come to the plant which will be on your right. (The facility is just past West Frank Avenue.)
  • Turn in at the first entrance. Follow signs to Visitor Center for parking.

From Dallas/Fort Worth Airport

  • Take Hwy 175 East to Jacksonville.
  • At Jacksonville, take Hwy 69 South.
  • Stay right at the Hwy 69/Loop 287 interchange
  • Exit onto Loop 287
  • Follow the loop around until you see the plant on your left
  • Make a U Turn at first crossover past the plant
  • Turn in at first entrance. (Facility will be on your right).
  • Follow signs to Visitor Center for parking.

From Angelina Airport

  • Take US 59 North towards Lufkin.
  • When coming into Lufkin, stay in left lane until you arrive at the interchange
  • Go across the Loop 287 bypass
  • Turn left at the light onto the service road.
  • The service road will lead onto Loop 287. Stay on the loop until you come to the plant which will be on your right. (The facility is just past West Frank Avenue.)
  • Turn in at the first entrance. Follow signs to Visitor Center for parking.

Environmental, Safety and Health Policy
The Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) Policy of Missiles and Fire Control is to operate our facilities in a regulatory compliant, responsible manner that protects the environment and surrounding communities, commits to pollution prevention and prevention of occupational injury and ill health, conserves natural resources, and provides a safe and healthful workplace for employees, contractors and visitors. The policy requires employees to:

  • Integrate ESH considerations into strategic business decisions, engineering design, procurement, facilities management and production. 
  • Continually improve the environmental aspects and safety and health performance of our business and incorporate establish and review ESH goals in applicable performance measurements.
  • Cultivate ESH responsibility by all employees at all organizational levels and those who work on behalf of and under the control of the company. 


GMLRS and PAC-3 are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Lockheed Martin Corporation;
THAAD and ATACMS are trademarks of Lockheed Martin Corporation. All Rights Reserved.