IMDEX Asia 2015

 

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A BETTER TOMORROW

At Lockheed Martin, we believe that most of what’s impossible today soon won’t be. Because we routinely take on missions of mind-boggling complexity where we don’t just draw on the latest discoveries, we make them, in fields like nanotechnology, quantum computing, material science and aerospace. Join us at booth L-11 at IMDEX Asia 2015 to see how we’re creating a whole new world of possibilities.

 

IMDEX Asia is Asia Pacific's premier international maritime defence show comprised of an exhibition, strategic conferences and warships display. The event has gained recognition as a global platform for stakeholders from the military, government, industry and academia to address challenges facing the industry, co-create solutions, and update themselves on the latest trends and technologies.

 

IMDEX Asia 2015, the 10th edition in the series, will be held from 19 to 21 May 2015 at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore. Bringing together high-profile naval and maritime industry players to network and forge partnerships, the 2015 event is set to deliver a holistic and integrated experience that seeks to create new opportunities for maritime defence representatives across the globe.

 

Lockheed Martin will showcase the Littoral Ship Combat, Multi-Mission Combat Ship, Aegis Family of Ships, Family of Launchers, the MH-60R Helicopter, the Airborne Tactical Mission System and Unmanned Systems in the company’s show stand.

 

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Show Information

May 19 – 21, 2015
Changi Airport, Singapore
Official Website

Media Contacts

Keith Little
(202) 302-3735
keith.little@lmco.com
 

Joe Dougherty
(202) 863-3442
joseph.d.dougherty@lmco.com

 

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Featured Programs

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