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Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training (LM MST) is a Lockheed Martin business segment, headquartered in Washington, DC. Until October 2008 MST was headquartered in Moorestown Township, New Jersey, a suburb of Philadelphia; Moorestown remains the largest site in the business unit and is where many of the unit's top executives have their offices. As of 2013, MST in one of Lockheed Martin's five operating units; prior to that it was a part of the now-defunct Electronic Systems sector. MST was formerly known as Maritime Systems and Sensors (MS2) and prior to that NESS (Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems). Dale Bennett is the current president of MST.

Current major products of MST include the Aegis combat system, the Mk41 Vertical Launching System, the Desert Hawk UAV, the AN/UYQ-70 display system, the AN/UYK-43 and AN/UYK-44 computers, AN/SPY-1 naval RADAR systems, AN/SQQ-89 SONAR system, P-3 Orion mission systems, and tactical avionics for the F-35 Lightning II and the F-16 Fighting Falcon. Products in development include the Space Fence radar,[1] Integrated Deepwater System Program (in partnership with Northrop Grumman), Medium Extended Air Defense System, and the Littoral Combat Ship.[2]

Business Lines

MST consists of the following five lines of businesses:

  • Integrated Warfare Systems & Sensors (IWSS)
  • New Ventures (NV)
  • Ship & Aviation Systems (SAS)
  • Training and Logistics Solutions (TLS)
  • Undersea Systems (USS)

Locations

MST has approximately 15,000 employees located at numerous sites around the United States and abroad (mostly Canada and Australia). Sites with more than 500 employees, in order of size, are:

Lockheed Martin's Canada operations also fall under MST, and there are about 350 employees in Canada, mostly in the Ottawa suburb of Kanata.

References

  1. ^ Lockheed Martin Space Fence Radar Prototype Tracking Orbiting Objects
  2. ^ Austal and Lockheed Martin Wins $1.4Bn to Build two additional LCS Ships from US Navy
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