Join us for an ONLINE Cyber Security Hiring Event this Thursday, February 15 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EST.
Cyber professionals will be able to talk to Lockheed Martin recruiters and connect with hiring managers about open cyber positions – all from a smart phone, tablet or computer.
Get registered here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ7Ng
This week, Lockheed Martin technicians and engineers at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility near New Orleans welded together the first two components of the Orion crew module capsule for Exploration Mission-2 (EM-2).
This is the first Orion spaceship that will take humans farther into the solar system than ever before.
It's an exciting time to be working at Lockheed Martin! See for yourself!
"Lasers can map planets, cut metal, play your old CDs, zap tattoos, and send cats into furry frenzies of clickbait. But Robert Afzal, who leads Lockheed Martin’s advanced laser systems program, wants them to do more. He wants them to shoot stuff. Really big stuff. "
Read more about our senior fellow, Robert Afzal, on Popular Science: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQsDr
We take pride in our diversity, so we're beyond excited to be on Forbes' list of America's Best Employers for Diversity!
This year marks 75 years of Skunk Works’ commitment to innovation. We’re proud to partner with customers to make the impossible possible.
‘Tis the season for gratitude. Our CEO Marillyn Hewson discusses the power of saying “thank you” and the difference it can make for those who hear it. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ2HU
Lockheed Martin builds the technology that gets things done in space. Exploring the solar system. Predicting the weather. Delivering precise GPS. Detecting and defeating missile launches. At Lockheed Martin, we don’t just think big thoughts. We get things done. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQLQI
NASA’s Orion spaceship will take people to the moon, deep space and Mars. We take you inside the factory at the Kennedy Space Center where we’re building NASA’s Orion spacecraft. As leaders in space technology, Lockheed Martin is developing the latest spacecraft and satellites to explore the universe. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQD1F
New engine, longer endurance: Thanks to an engine upgrade, the Fury unmanned air vehicle can now stay in flight for 15 hours straight, making it one of the highest endurance unmanned systems in its class.
Anywhere in the world in an hour? Lockheed Martin’s SR-72, with the capability of Mach 6 speed, promises to be the fastest plane ever produced.