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Code One Magazine

About Code One Magazine

Code One began in 1986 as a product support publication for the F-16 and F-111 fighter aircraft communities, and has since been on the forefront of aeronautical advancements, first covering what was then called the Advanced Tactical Fighter program—now the F-22—in 1991. Code One began covering Advanced Development Programs in 1993 with an article on the history of the Skunk Works. The first story on the Joint Strike Fighter program—now the F-35—came in 1994. In recognition of Lockheed Martin's wide range of aircraft programs, the magazine expanded its coverage to include air mobility and maritime patrol and reconnaissance topics in 2003.

Over the years, Code One has been widely recognized for its top-flight photography, detailed feature articles on customer operations, customer interviews, and unique pieces on program histories. The magazine’s straightforward, let-the-operators-tell their story style has made this publication widely respected by operators around the world.

The print edition of Code One was published on a roughly quarterly basis through 2013, and now lives solely online here on LockheedMartin.com. Code One readers are encouraged to subscribe to the monthly digital edition.

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