C4ISR & Undersea Systems
Lockheed Martin's Rotary and Mission Systems, also known as RMS, provides surface, air, and undersea applications for U.S. and allied forces. The RMS portfolio includes radar and surveillance systems, undersea combat systems and C4I, surface combat systems and sensors, and advanced technology products including some of the most advanced ship hull forms operating today.
Lockheed Martin's C4ISR & Undersea Systems business is headquartered at our campus in Manassas, Virginia. Our exciting work includes cutting edge development of submarine combat system integration and sonar systems, as well as anti-submarine warfare, and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance also known to industry insiders as C4ISR.
- Cyber Security
- Information Assurance
- Linux and Windows administration, security scanners, and network assessments
- Network Engineering
- Cisco or Juniper routers, switches, TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, VoIP, and wireless LAN/WAN
- Project Engineering
- Microsoft office applications and CAM
- Software Engineering
- Development with strong Java, J2EE or C++
- Systems Engineering
- ISR operations and requirements analysis, systems test, shell scripting and testing
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Lockheed Martin is developing solutions that provide a clear picture of what's happening around the world—and the infrastructure to act on it in real-time. With significant expertise across the entire C4ISR spectrum – ISR, command & control, battle command, tactical communications, integrated air and missile defense, intelligence fusion electronic warfare, and cyber security – Lockheed Martin translates technical capability into operational reality, ensuring low-risk, yet technologically superior solutions that address ever-evolving challenges. Space and Cyberspace are both contested domains. The US military relies on both for safety, precision and efficiency. A day without space and cyber on the battlefield could mean important missions fail.
EADGE-T (Emirates Air Defense Ground Environment Transformation)
As the first system to truly integrate disparate ground-based missile defense and air-based theater operations with next-generation command and control capabilities, the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) EADGE-T is certainly cutting-edge. This system supports one of America's closest Middle East allies by providing commanders with a layered, integrated view of the battlespace.
C2BMC (Command, Control, Battle Management & Communications)
This is the centerpiece of the Ballistic Missile Defense System. Responding to ballistic missile threats presents an unprecedented challenge of speed, precision, and coordination among numerous weapons systems, sensors, and warfighters. Decision cycles are reduced to minutes, and in some cases seconds, during which air, ground, sea, and space sensor-interceptor-communications elements must be orchestrated into engagement scenarios that seamlessly detect, track, target, and engage incoming missiles. To counter these threats, the United States is fielding a Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) capable of destroying a missile in all three phases of flight – boost, midcourse, and terminal. The C2BMC element is the critical tool that links the various individual sensor-interceptor-communications elements into one coordinated system utilizing the best offensive/defensive attributes of each element, ensuring the highest BMDS capability for protection against all types of ballistic missile threats in all regions and in any phase of flight.
Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Across air, land, sea and space thousands of sensors onboard manned and unmanned military platforms are collecting huge amounts of data. These ISR systems task, collect, process, analyze, fuse and disseminate the most mission-critical information. Lockheed Martin translates technical capability into operational reality, ensuring low-risk, yet technologically superior solutions that address ever-evolving challenges.
Our roles do require the ability to obtain a secret clearance and some require a final or recently active secret clearance.
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