Euronaval 2014

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24th International Naval Defense & Maritime
Exhibition and Conference

October 27-31, 2014
Le Bourget, Paris, France

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Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training (MST) participated in the Euronaval, 24th Annual International Maritime Defense Exhibition on October 27-31, 2014, at Le Bourget, Paris, France.

Euronaval is the largest international maritime event in Europe and was attended by more than 30,000 from more 115 counties.

Lockheed Martin’s showcased the company’s key naval programs including the Multimission Combat Ship, Surface Combat, and Aegis Family of Ships. The company’s international MH-60R Helicopter, International Submarine Combat System, and MK 41 Vertical Launch System were also spotlighted in our stand (F41-E44 - U.S. Pavilion) as well as our unmanned systems including Desert Hawk III small unmanned aircraft, Indago vertical take-off landing system, Marlin Autonomous Underwater Vehicle and Dry Submersibles product offerings.

Note: This media briefing schedule is subject to change.


Business Development Contact

Juan Penalver

Media Contact

Keith Little

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Feature Stories


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Featured Programs


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Throughout the week there were interview opportunities on Lockheed Martin Mission Systems
and Training (MST) key international programs and capabilities. A media briefing was held on Tuesday Oct 28 at the Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees where topics included:

The Aegis Evolution:
Outpacing Emerging Threats

Doug Wilhelm, director of International Aegis programs


Technology continues to advance and threats continue to grow at an unprecedented rate. The Aegis Combat System continues to pace the threat by the continuous modernization of the Aegis Integrated Air and Missile Defense Weapon System. First designed to enhance fleet defense against other navies, Aegis has evolved into the premier naval combat system, globally-deployed to counter ballistic missiles and other advanced air and missile threats. Aegis has grown into a truly international enterprise as well, with Australia, Japan, Norway, the Republic of Korea and Spain adopting and adapting it successfully to their own unique needs and ship designs. For more than 40 years, Aegis has led technology advancements and continues to advance these technologies today and into the future.

Flexible International Surface
Combatant Designs

Joe North, vice president of Littoral Ships and Systems, Ship and Aviation Systems


As the U.S. Navy prepares to deploy USS Fort Worth, Joe North will provide an update on the status of LCS and discuss the Multi-mission Combat Ship and Surface Combat Ship. With its hull design flexibility and open architecture combat management system, the MCS aligns with many partner navies’ preference for multi-mission, fixed combat systems with the flexibility to allocate reconfigurable space for use with modular and unmanned systems.






MH-60R: Meeting Global Missions
with Modularity

George Barton, vice president of Business Development, Ship and Aviation Systems


The MH-60R “Romeo” is the most capable and mature Anti-Submarine Anti-Surface Warfare multi-mission helicopter available in the world today. George Barton will discuss recent and upcoming milestones for MH-60R programs around the globe.





Advancing Unmanned
Aircraft Applications

George Barton, vice president of Business Development, Ship and Aviation Systems


The demand for unmanned systems has grown in recent years, and Lockheed Martin offers a wide portfolio of aircraft that can adapt to a variety of missions in the defense and commercial sectors. Rapidly, these systems are maturing and becoming more trusted on the front line in both combat and surveillance missions, as well as commercially in law enforcement and agriculture. George Barton will provide an overview and program updates of the Lockheed Martin portfolio of unmanned aircraft.