Lockheed Martin is the premier provider of innovative solutions for mission readiness and sustainment. Our skilled employees provide fast-turn, high-quality solutions and services for customers in more than 100 locations worldwide. Our focus is helping customers achieve mission success anytime and anywhere by offering a full range of training, engineering, integration and test support. From teaching aircrews to fly the world’s most advanced fighter jet to developing the live-virtual-constructive environment of tomorrow, Lockheed Martin transforms technology into affordable mission readiness solutions.
Product and Services
F-35 Lightning II Training System: More than 250 pilots and 2500 maintainers from six nations have graduated from the F-35 Training System, which maximizes simulation for affordability and training effectiveness. The F-35 Training System is the most advanced fighter training program in operation.
Aircrew Training and Rehearsal Support: The largest distributed training system in the DoD providing academic and simulation training for Air Force Special Operations Command. More than 11,000 airmen train each year on 18 fixed-wing, rotary-wing and unmanned platforms.
C-130 Aircrew Training System and C-130J Maintenance and Aircrew Training System: Maximizing simulation to qualify more than 12,000 pilots and maintainers each year on all variants of the C-130 via ground-based training.
Turn-key Training Systems: Cost-effectively integrates all aspects of training to include the provision of aircraft, simulators, courseware and instruction.
Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC): The U.S. Air Force’s hub for distributed combat training exercises, testing and experimentation. Warfighters connect to a synthetic battlespace that models weapons and Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance systems.
U.K. Chinook Synthetic Training System: A state-of-the-art solution using virtual reality technologies and simulators to give crews a realistic understanding of the Chinook Mk6’s capabilities.
Advanced Gunnery Training System: Trains individuals, crews and platoons in the skills of precision gunnery and permits rapid transition to live fire or combat gunnery.
Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability: Integrating seven systems into one constructive simulation training system to affordably prepare Army commanders to make confident, strategic decisions in directing troop movements.
The Scalable Advanced Graphics Engine (SAGE): A hybrid gaming visual solution that provides richly detailed images and motion, modeling scenarios such as traffic or the effects of a mortar to provide a detailed training experience.
Prepar3D: A visual simulation platform that allows users to create training scenarios across aviation, maritime and ground domains.