Lockheed Martin to Brief Counter-RAM, Air and Missile Defense, Counter-UAS at AUSA National Meeting 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 28, 2016 -- Lockheed Martin will present briefings for members of the news media on Miniature Hit-to-Kill; THAAD, PAC-3 and PAC-3 MSE; and current and future counter-UAS capabilities during the AUSA Annual Meeting, Oct. 3-5, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Company representatives will focus recent accomplishments, product developments and new capabilities designed to meet the U.S. Army’s evolving needs.

Journalists can follow Lockheed Martin's major AUSA media activities on Twitter: www.twitter.com/LockheedMartin.

Additionally, Lockheed Martin will post news, information and photos during the show at www.lockheedmartin.com/ausa (updated content will be available this weekend).

All briefings will take place at the Lockheed Martin Booth in Hall D (upstairs), booth number 6017, Conference Room 1.

The briefing schedule is as follows:

Monday, October 3

3:00 p.m. – MFC Air and Missile Defense: An Update on Domestic and International Opportunities
Tim Cahill, Vice President, Air and Missile Defense

A look at Lockheed Martin’s advanced Air and Missile Defense products focusing on THAAD, PAC-3 and PAC-3 MSE, and their broadening appeal in the U.S. and overseas.

Tuesday, October 4

2:00 p.m. – Miniature Hit-to-Kill: A Leap Forward for Counter-RAM

Chris Murphy, Business Development, Miniature Hit-to-Kill

A discussion on recent developments in the Miniature Hit-to-Kill program and its revolutionary approach to counter-RAM, including the most recent flight test.

3:30 p.m. – Detect, Identify, Defeat: Counter-UAS Capabilities:
Doug Booth, Cyber Solutions Business Development;
Iain McKinnie, Directed Energy Business Development

A discussion of how Lockheed Martin’s counter-unmanned aerial system capabilities provide early warning, accurate targeting data and methods to detect, identify disable and destroy enemy systems, providing a critical advantage in cluttered airspace. Learn about the systems available today – and in the future.