Lockheed Martin’s Introduces New Combat System for Light Surface Combatants

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Lockheed Martin Introduces New Combat System for Light Surface Combatants
 
Six navies around the world rely on the Aegis Combat System to protect more than 100 destroyers, cruisers and frigates. Now, Lockheed Martin is expanding its role as the world leader in naval combat management technology with the development of a new system designed for light surface warships.
     
Six navies around the world rely on the Aegis Combat System to protect more than 100 destroyers, cruisers and frigates. Now, Lockheed Martin is expanding its role as the world leader in naval combat management technology with the development of a new system designed for light surface war ships.
Lockheed Martin stand at DIMDEX 2012, showcasing various classes of vessels and weapon systems
     
Lockheed Martin’s Agile Management System (LMACS) can provide anti-air, anti-surface and electronic warfare capabilities for frigates, corvettes, offshore patrol vessels and fast attack craft.
     
Six navies around the world rely on the Aegis Combat System to protect more than 100 destroyers, cruisers and frigates. Now, Lockheed Martin is expanding its role as the world leader in naval combat management technology with the development of a new system designed for light surface war ships.
     
LMACS evolved from the Aegis system used by the U.S., Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Spain and Norway, as well as COMBATSS-21, which is currently operational on the U.S. Navy’s first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom.
     
Six navies around the world rely on the Aegis Combat System to protect more than 100 destroyers, cruisers and frigates. Now, Lockheed Martin is expanding its role as the world leader in naval combat management technology with the development of a new system designed for light surface war ships.
Lockheed Martin' Surface Combat Ship, export variant of the Freedom class LCS, equipped on this scale model with AEGIS, MK41 VLS, Oto Melara 76mm and Millenium 35mm guns.
     

“This combat system will provide seamless integration of warfare capabilities at an affordable price for navy customers worldwide,” said Doug Wilhelm, director of International Programs for Lockheed Martin’s Integrated Warfare Systems & Sensors line of business. “This software builds upon the major characteristics and capabilities of COMBATSS-21 and offers a cost-effective, smaller footprint to accommodate operational, combat and space requirements.”

LMACS is available to international navies via direct commercial sales to facilitate rapid ship production and commissioning.

Visit Lockheed Martin during DIMDEX 2012 on stand N-108

 

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