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Lockheed Martin Corp  (LMT)
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Lockheed Martin Corp Segments

 
Aeronautics
   34.21 % of total Revenue
Space Systems
   16.84 % of total Revenue
Technology Services
   16.32 % of total Revenue
Electronic Systems
   32.63 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Aeronautics
3,921.00 34.21 % 418.00 10.66 %
Space Systems
1,930.00 16.84 % 232.00 12.02 %
Technology Services
1,870.00 16.32 % 163.00 8.72 %
Electronic Systems
3,740.00 32.63 % 556.00 14.87 %
Total
11,461.00 100 % 1,369.00 11.94 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Aeronautics
10.64 % -5.08 % 15.47 % -5.86 %
Space Systems
-5.11 % -4.88 % -17.44 % -10.42 %
Technology Services
-4.05 % -1.48 % -6.86 % 1.88 %
Electronic Systems
4.27 % 4.32 % 5.3 % 3.54 %
Total
3.12 % -1.56 % 1.71 % -2.21 %

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  Lockheed Martin's

Business Segments Description



Aeronautics

Aeronautics designs, develops, researches, integrates, produces, updates and supports advanced military fighter and airlift aircraft, and related technologies. Aeronautics’ major lines of business are:

Combat Aircraft

Air Mobility

Aeronautical Research & Development.

Our Combat Aircraft business designs, develops, produces and provides systems support for fighter/attack aircraft, including:

F/A-22 “Raptor” - an air dominance and multi-mission stealth fighter

F-16 “Fighting Falcon” - a low-cost, multi-role fighter

F-35 “Joint Strike Fighter” - the next generation, stealth multi-role fighter

F-2 – Japan’s new support fighter

T-50 Golden Eagle – advanced fighter jet trainer for Korea

F-117 Nighthawk – total system support and sustainment.

We are the team leader for the F/A-22 “Raptor.” The F/A-22 is an air-dominance and multi-mission stealth combat aircraft with improved capabilities over current U.S. Air Force aircraft, including enhanced maneuverability, stealth, super-cruise speed and advanced integrated avionics that enable it to attack critical air and surface targets to gain and maintain air superiority against air-to-air and ground-to-air threats. The program is transitioning from development activities to the early stages of low-rate initial production.

We are the prime contractor on the F-16 “Fighting Falcon” multi-role tactical fighter aircraft and continue to provide upgrades for the U.S. Air Force and our international customers. Since the program’s inception, over 4,000 F-16s have been delivered worldwide. In 2003, the F-16 program marked a milestone of 25 years of continuous production deliveries.

For the next generation F-35 “Joint Strike Fighter,” the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps. and other countries are working together to design, test and build a “family of aircraft” to meet their joint requirements. Built on a single assembly line, our F-35’s multiple-variant design will include the conventional takeoff and landing variant, the carrier-based variant and the short takeoff and vertical landing variant. The F-35 is designed to be a superior multi-role, stealth aircraft offering improvements in lethality, survivability, and supportability over most existing multi-role aircraft all within an overarching requirement for increased affordability in procurement as well as support. The F-35 is planned to replace the F-16 and A-10 for the U.S. Air Force, the F/A-18 for the U.S. Navy, the AV-8B and F/A-18 for the U.S. Marines, and the Harrier jet for the U.K. Royal Air Force and Navy. In 2003, Israel signed onto the program as a security cooperation participant, joining the United States and eight other partner countries (the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Italy, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Turkey and Australia).

In Air Mobility, we design, develop, produce and provide full system support of tactical and strategic airlift and cargo aircraft. The C-130J is an advanced technology tactical transport aircraft offering improved performance and reliability and reduced operating and support cost over prior C-130 models. The C-130 is designed primarily to support the military mission of tactical combat transport. It also is a multi-mission platform that has been purchased in support of electronic combat, weather reconnaissance, sea surveillance and as an aerial tanker. The “J” model incorporates state-of-the-art cockpit and avionics, a more powerful and efficient propulsion system and other innovations into a proven, mission-tested airframe.

Other Air Mobility programs include the C-5 aircraft modernization and the C-27J. For the C-5 aircraft, we are involved in an avionics modernization, a reliability enhancement and re-engining program for the U.S. Air Force. The C-27J is a medium military transport aircraft.

In addition, we are involved in other programs, including the joint Japan/U.S. production of the F-2 fighter aircraft. We provide sustained engineering, modifications and upgrades for existing aircraft, including the F-117, P-3, S-3 and U-2 reconnaissance aircraft. We are a co-developer, with the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), of the T-50 supersonic jet trainer aircraft for Korea.

In our Aeronautical Research & Development business, we are involved in advanced development programs and advanced design and rapid prototype applications. Our Advanced Development Program organization has made Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) and Unmanned DoD in a cost effective manner.

Electronic Systems

Our Electronic Systems segment has several lines of business that mainly are engaged in U.S. defense work. Electronic Systems’ three major lines of business are:

Maritime Systems & Sensors

Missiles & Fire Control

Platform, Training & Transportation Solutions (PT&TS).

Maritime Systems & Sensors provides ship systems integration services, surface ship and submarine combat systems, sea-based missile defense systems, sensors, tactical avionics and missile launching systems. Missiles & Fire Control develops and produces land-based air and theater missile defense systems, tactical battlefield missiles, electro-optical systems, fire control and sensor systems, and precision-guided weapons and munitions. Our PT&TS business integrates mission-specific applications for fixed and rotary-wing platforms, develops and integrates postal automation and material handling systems, and provides information management solutions for government customers. PT&TS provides simulation, training and support services, integrates advanced air traffic control systems and develops homeland security systems and products.

The THAAD program is a transportable defensive missile system designed to engage targets both inside and outside of the earth’s atmosphere. The THAAD system is comprised of the THAAD battle management/command control, communications and intelligence units, missiles, launchers and ground support equipment. The THAAD program currently is in the engineering, manufacturing and development phase.

The Lockheed Martin-developed Aegis Weapon System is a naval defense system and the sea-based element of the U.S. ballistic missile defense system. The Aegis Weapon System is a radar and missile system, integrated with its own command and control system, intended to defend against advanced air, surface and subsurface threats. The Aegis Combat System program encompasses activities in the development, production, ship integration and test support for ships at sea. We manufacture major portions of the Aegis Combat System, with our primary customer being the U.S. Navy. We test and integrate weapon systems for the U.S. Navy’s Ticonderoga Class Cruiser and Arleigh Burke Class destroyer, along with the Kongo Class Destroyer for Japan, the F100 Class Frigate for Spain, the Nansen Class Frigate for Norway and the KDX Class Destroyer for Korea. We are expanding the capabilities of the Aegis Combat System, including major upgrades associated with sea-based missile defense.

The Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile is an advanced defensive missile designed to intercept incoming airborne threats.

ATACMS, the first tactical surface-to-surface missile system ever used in combat by the U.S. Army, is an evolutionary family of long-range guided missiles that are fired from MLRS launchers.

Space Systems

Space Systems designs, develops, researches, engineers and produces military and commercial space systems. . Space Systems’ principal lines of business are:

Satellites

Launch Services

Strategic & Defensive Missile Systems.

Our Satellites business designs, develops, manufactures and integrates advanced technology satellite systems for government and commercial applications. We are responsible for various classified systems and services in support of vital national security systems.

We are the prime contractor for Milstar, a military satellite communications system that provides the DoD, national command authorities and operational forces with reliable, secure, jam-proof communications among fixed-site, mobile and portable terminals. The Milstar system consists of the space segment (comprising five satellites to complete a ring constellation), the terminal segment (comprising communications terminals installed on ships, submarines, aircraft and vehicles) and the mission control segment. The Milstar satellite constellation was completed in 2003.

We are also under contract to develop the DoD’s next generation of highly secure communications satellites known as the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) system. As envisioned by the DoD, the fully operational system constellation will consist of four networked satellites (plus an in-orbit spare). These satellites will provide improved secure data throughput capability and coverage flexibility to regional and global military operations and also will be compatible with the Milstar I and II system. The AEHF communication system includes the aforementioned satellite constellation, mission control segment and terminal development. Our current contract includes two space vehicles and development of the ground segment.

Lockheed Martin is the prime contractor for the Global Positioning System (GPS) IIR program, which includes 20 satellites that will improve navigation accuracy and provide longer autonomous satellite operation than current global positioning satellites. In 2003, we successfully launched three GPS IIR satellites.

We are also the prime contractor for the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) program. SBIRS is providing the nation with enhanced worldwide missile detection and tracking capabilities. The consolidated ground system is now operational and processes data from the Defense Support Program satellites and manages the satellite constellation. The ground system also provides the foundation to evolve mission capabilities as SBIRS-High payloads and satellites are deployed. SBIRS-High is envisioned to operate with a total of four satellites in geo-synchronous earth orbit and two sensors in highly-elliptical orbit to increase mission capabilities for missile warning, missile defense and technical intelligence. Our current contract includes two geo-synchronous orbit spacecraft and two highly-elliptical orbit payloads.

We produce exploration spacecraft, earth-orbiting satellites and sensors for Earth observation and environmental monitoring. Spacecraft include the Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, Defense Meteorological Satellite Program satellites, Mars Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Mars Phoenix Lander, Genesis and Stardust.

Our satellite business also designs, builds, markets and operates turnkey commercial satellite systems for space-based telecommunications and provides space-based solutions for other applications.

We provide launch services to both government and commercial customers. We design, develop, manufacture and integrate expendable and reusable space launch systems for the DoD, NASA and commercial customers.

The Titan IV is the nation’s largest expendable launch vehicle, delivering the largest national security payloads to space. We are the prime contractor to the U.S. Air Force for the development, program management, production, payload, integration and launch operations for the Titan IV. Our contract calls for the launch of 39 vehicles.

We also are integrally involved with several missile defense programs. The Boost Vehicle-Plus contract is part of the Ground-based Midcourse Design program dual boost vehicle strategy, in which Lockheed Martin is developing one of two booster configurations. Lockheed Martin is completing the boost vehicle design. Lockheed Martin is one of three industry teammates developing the Airborne Laser Weapon (ABL). ABL is a revolutionary weapon system consisting of a modified Boeing 747 aircraft carrying a megawatt-class chemical laser. ABL is being designed to acquire, track and destroy missiles during boost phase, over the launch area and away from friendly forces. It is being designed to counter ballistic missiles, and may have capability against other types of airborne threats. Lockheed Martin is responsible for the beam control/fire control system, surveillance sensors within the battle management, and the command and control segment of the weapon system.

Integrated Systems & Solutions

Integrated Systems & Solutions (IS&S) is engaged in the design, research, development, integration and management of net-centric solutions supporting the command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance (C4ISR) activities of the DoD, intelligence agencies, other federal agencies and allied countries. IS&S provides technology, full life cycle support and highly specialized talent in the areas of software and systems engineering, including expertise in space, air and ground systems. IS&S serves as the Corporation’s focal point for customers with joint and net-centric operations requiring overarching architectures, horizontal systems integration, and inter-connected capabilities for the gathering, processing, storage and delivery of on-demand information for mission management, modeling, simulation and large-scale systems integration.

The major business areas of IS&S are:

Intelligence Systems & Solutions

DoD C4ISR.

Our Intelligence Systems & Solutions business area develops classified systems in support of the nation’s intelligence community and homeland security. We help plan and define future capabilities, as well as develop large enterprise system solutions. We provide capabilities spanning products from consumers of intelligence to systems that gather, process, assimilate, fuse and distribute data from ground, air and space assets.

Our DoD C4ISR business area is responsible for complex systems integration support to provide real-time situational awareness of actionable decision quality information to the DoD warfighter community. This information is generated through the fusion of open architectures and horizontal integration of multiple systems to provide mission critical support in the areas of battlespace awareness, missile defense and strategic C4ISR. We also provide systems, engineering, integration and test support to the national space launch range system and real-time support for satellite telemetry processing. IS&S provides the DoD with a messaging system that has full interoperability with the U.S. Government, allies, defense contractors and other authorized users. In addition, we provide assistance in generating IT solutions for combat support logistics and supply tracking systems.

Some of the major programs at IS&S are:

Integrated Space Command and Control (ISC2)

Range Standardization and Automation (RSA IIA)

Command and Control Battle Management & Communications (C2BMC)

Global Command and Control System – Army (GCCS-A)

Theater Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS).

We are the prime contractor for the U.S. Air Force’s ISC2 program. Our primary role is to integrate and modernize air, missile, space command and control infrastructure. This program provides for the evolution, sustainment, and support for the U.S. Space Command legacy command and control (C2) systems into a net-centric, modern system architecture that will provide data in a single common operational picture.

The RSA IIA program provides support to the U.S. Air Force in the consolidation and automation of critical range telemetry, tracking, safety and management systems for space launch operations at Vandenberg AFB and Cape Canaveral Florida. This program provides integrated launch data in a common operational picture for the customer.

On the C2BMC program, we are a member of the Missile Defense National Team that is constructing the complex systems that will comprise the global missile defense shield for the Missile Defense Agency. Our role is to develop the Battle Management Command Control and Communications architecture and provide assistance in the development of operational concepts and testing.

The GCCS-A program is the U.S. Army complement to the Global Command and Control System and extends GCCS functionality to address Army requirements and provide real-time situational awareness to the warfighter community.

The TBMCS program includes system architecture and design, software development, integration, system test, deployment and field support. The principal objectives of the TBMCS program are improved interoperability, standard user interfaces and flexible architecture to adapt to changing user requirements and new C4I technologies. We are the prime contractor for the U.S. Air Force on this program.

IS&S is heavily dependent on both military and civilian agencies of the U.S. Government as customers. In 2003, U.S. government customers accounted for 95% of net sales at IS&S.

Information & Technology Services

Our Information & Technology Services (I&TS) segment provides a wide array of information, management, engineering, scientific and logistics solutions and services to government agencies and other customers. I&TS has three lines of business:

Defense

Information Technology

NASA.

Our Defense business provides a wide range of professional, engineering, and technical solutions and services for the DoD, the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. intelligence community and several foreign governments. We provide solutions for IT-related programs, training and simulation, document management and supply chain management. We perform aircraft and aircraft-engine maintenance, modifications, repair and overhaul. In addition, we manage mission critical infrastructure and systems. We provide operation management, integration and assembly, maintenance, logistics and engineering functions for a wide array of military systems. These include aircrew training, flight-simulator engineering support and assembly. We install, integrate, upgrade and perform repair services for a variety of aircraft, computer, communications, command and control, radar, target, simulation and surveillance systems. We also provide facility support, field teams, spacecraft transportation, “clean-room” based satellite processing, launch pad activation, satellite early-orbit test and checkout, satellite mission operations, ground systems development and sustainment, and post-processing information analysis and related ground systems sustainment.

Our Defense business also manages two large laboratory facilities in the U.S. for the Department of Energy (DoE) and participates in the management of a large facility in the U.K. The Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory designs nuclear reactors for the U.S. Navy. It also supports the existing fleet of nuclear powered ships and trains the Navy personnel who operate those ships. Sandia National Laboratories supports the stewardship of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, developing sophisticated research and technology in the areas of engineering sciences, materials and processes, pulsed power, micro-electronics and photonics, micro-robotics, and computational and information sciences. In the U.K., we own one-third of a joint venture that manages the Atomic Weapons Establishment program.

Our Information Technology business provides IT support to federal, state and local government agencies. Our customers include the U.S. Social Security Administration, Patent and Trademark Office, DoD, DoE, NASA, and the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services. We provide program management, business strategy and consulting, complex systems development and maintenance, complete life-cycle software support, information assurance and enterprise solutions. Much of the work we perform is contracted through task order vehicles (indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts) or a Government Services Administration schedule.

For NASA, we provide engineering, science and information services at nine centers across the country. We perform or provide mission operations, flight hardware and payload development and integration, propulsion testing, engineering and technical support for life sciences, information technology engineering design and support services, and software design, development and process control.

   

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