Lockheed Martin Moving F-16 Production From Fort Worth To South CarolinaThe company is moving production of F-16s to South Carolina to make room for expanded production of the newer F-35 jet fighters in Fort Worth.
New F-35 Fighter Jets Coming To Fort Worth Naval Air StationThe United States Air Force will send the very first F-35 Joint Strike Fighters to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth.
Trump To Meet With Lockheed Martin ExecsPresident-elect Donald Trump is expected to meet later with Marillyn Hewson, the head of Lockheed Martin.
Trump Targets Lockheed Martin's F-35 Fighter ProgramDonald Trump says he'll reduce the costs of the Pentagon's most expensive weapons program -- Lockheed Martin's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter -- after he takes office.
Virtual Reality Takes Students To Red PlanetEngineers with Lockheed Martin are tapping virtual reality to excite and encourage young minds, who experts say will likely one day be a part of a mission to Mars.
Fort Worth F-16 Production Could Move To IndiaInstead of Fort Worth, Lockheed Martin could soon be building some of their F-16 fighter jets in India.
Lockheed Martin To Stop Making F-16 JetsFor the first time in nearly 40 years the F-16 fighter jet assembly lines in Fort Worth will come to a halt.
Lockheed Martin Facing Possible F-16 Production GapLockheed Martin's plant in Fort Worth may soon not have any more F-16 fighter jets to build. The company said Wednesday morning that there could be a possible production gap by late next year.
Lockheed Martin To Cut 1,000 JobsMaryland based Lockheed Martin says they are seeking to part with up to 1,000 workers.
Lockheed Martin To Buy Sikorsky AircraftLockheed Martin is buying Black Hawk helicopter maker Sikorsky Aircraft for $9 billion. United Technologies said that it planned to shed Sikorsky Aircraft through sale or spinoff.
Potential Replacement For Space Shuttle Being Built In Fort WorthLockheed Martin and Sierra Nevada Corporation showed off composite structure of the Dream Chaser spacecraft in Fort Worth Friday.
University Students Take Part In Remote-Controlled Airplane CompetitionMore than 400 university students from 72 colleges across the globe piled onto the Thunderbird Field in Fort Worth this weekend to compete in a remote-controlled airplanes competition.