A Navy team of computer hacking experts found deficiencies when assigned to try to penetrate the network of the USS Freedom, the lead vessel in the $37 billion Littoral Combat Ship programme.
Unmanned aerial vehicles have seen extensive deployment in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
I always wanted to be a jet pilot growing up and tended to gravitate towards flight simulators at the arcade. Truth is, I probably spent more quarters than I could count blowing up pixilated aircraft and tanks way back in the day.
The F-16 Fighting Falcon - which took its first flight in 1974 - has been in production for many years now. Originally envisioned as an air superiority fighter, the F-16 eventually evolved into an all-weather multirole aircraft.
The wave-power project unfolding in Oregon has a new big-name player.
Defense company Lockheed Martin is showcasing its one-winged SAMARAI drone at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International in Washington.
RSA, whose SecurID tokens have been linked to the recent hacks of both the company itself and Lockheed Martin, is offering to replace the tokens of many of its customers.
Canada's D-Wave Systems has won a ringing endorsement of its controversial quantum computer - an order from Lockheed Martin.
Lockheed Martin confirmed on Saturday that it's been the target of a 'significant and tenacious' hacking attack.
Defense heavyweight Lockheed Martin has opened an advanced technology and virtual simulation facility in Colorado.
Lockheed Martin has upgraded its IronClad USB drive with improved security features and optimized management tools.
NASA's released images of three commercial aircraft designs that it says could be appearing in the skies by 2025.
Lockheed Martin and Kaman Aerospace are currently prepping two military K-MAX unmanned 'copters for trial deployment in the field.
Lockheed Martin is making waves for the U.S. government with its Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) pilot plant off the coast of Hawaii.
Lockheed Martin recently submitted a detailed proposal for the development of a sophisticated "Space Fence."
The US Air Force has asked Lockheed Martin to design a weapon that uses high-power microwave energy beams to disable enemy electronic systems without endangering personnel.
Lockheed Martin has developed a battle-hardened, ruggedized tablet computer for use in tactical military vehicles.
Lockheed Martin and ZyGEM have developed an advanced DNA analysis system powered by a single, small processor.
Lockheed Martin (LM) astrophysicists are using Nvidia-powered GPUs to help track ongoing changes in the Sun.
Lockheed Martin and Animetrics are using interactive 3D modeling to recreate a subject's entire face.