Lockheed Martin Directed Energy Laser Weapon Systems
We have seen the future of combat, and it includes Lockheed Martin’s directed energy laser weapon systems. These futuristic weapon systems will protect soldiers on the battlefield, and when combined with expert platform integration, they can be configured to defeat a growing range of threats to military forces as well as infrastructure. Whether it be small rockets, artillery shells, mortars, small unmanned aerial vehicles, attack boats or lightweight ground vehicles, the systems are ready to defend. Read more for two videos and additional information.



For threats in the sky, the air-based laser weapon systems offer flexibility as well as precision for self defense against various aircraft or weapons on the ground. Thanks to its relatively small size, weight and power of their modular, self-contained laser weapon system, it can easily be installed on a warship.

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Our fiber lasers operate with an efficiency that generates less heat and exists in a smaller package allowing easier incorporation into various defense platforms. Our ALADIN laser has operated in the field for two years with no need for realignment, proving both the lethality and the reliability of our solutions.” said Dr. Rob Afzal, Senior Fellow, Laser Sensors and Systems.