Lockheed Martin

Swiss lawmakers to challenge the F-35 acquisition?

Several lawmakers are collecting signatures to challenge with a referendum the acquisition of the Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet for the Swiss Air Force....


Switzerland picks the Lockheed Martin F-35A as its next fighter jet

Switzerland picked the Lockheed Martin F-35 as the next fighter jet to equip the Swiss Air Force....


Lockheed Martin to offer new and used F-16 Vipers to Ukraine

Lockheed Martin is ready to offer Ukraine the F-16 Viper, the latest version of its best-seller, to compete in the “Air Force Vision 2035” tender....


How the F-35 became the most expensive fighter jet ever built

The F-35 stealth fighter jet became the most expensive weapon program in military history....


South Korea grounds KF-16 fleet after takeoff incident

 A Republic of Korea Air Force pilot was forced to eject from his KF-16 fighter during a takeoff run, prompting a grounding of the whole fleet....


Denmark showcases first F-35A unique livery

Lockheed Martin revealed the first Danish F-35 fighter, painted with a unique grey livery featuring the Danish flag, the Dannebrog....


Lockheed Martin joins Japanese fighter jet program

Japan’s F-X next-generation fighter jet program, led by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, will receive technological support from Lockheed Martin....


USAF F-35A achieves supersonic nuclear bomb drop-test

A USAF F-35A flying at supersonic speed successfully dropped a mock B61-12, a nuclear bomb currently in development....


Despite skeptic Swiss lawmakers, US moves forward with F-35 offer

The U.S. government and Lockheed Martin submitted the F-35 stealth fighter jet to the New Fighter Aircraft (NFA) competition organized by the Swiss government....


Lockheed, Boeing, BAE offer support for Japan fighter development

Three foreign companies have answered the tender launched by the Japanese Ministry of Defense to assist Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in the development of the country’s sixth-generation stealth fighter, the F-X. The three manufacturers in question are Boeing and Lockheed Martin from the United States and BAE Systems in the United Kingdom....