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Group.png Lockheed  
(Arms manufacturer, Aerospace manufacturerSourcewatchRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
HeadquartersBurbank, California
Interest ofSenate Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations
Member ofAtlantic Council/Corporate Members
Sponsor ofCanadian Global Affairs Institute, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Center for American Progress, Institute for Regional Security, Center for European Policy Analysis
SubpageLockheed/Bribery scandals
Membership• Marillyn A. Hewson
• Daniel F. Akerson
• James O. Ellis
• Thomas J. Falk
• Ilene S. Gordon
• David B. Burritt
• Bruce A. Carlson
• Joseph F. Dunford
• Vicki A. Hollub
• Jeh C. Johnson
• Debra L. Reed-Klages
• James D. Taiclet
• James Loy
"Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin"

Lockheed (formerly Lockheed Martin) is arms arms manufacturer based in California. In 2019 Alex Kane listed them as the #2 war profiteer from the War in Yemen, behind Boeing.[1]

“Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin; the company's portfolio of weapons and buyers is breathtaking... [Lockheed-Martin is] the world's largest arms maker with $28 billion in 1997 sales.” [2]

Bribery scandals

Full article: Lockheed/Bribery scandals

Subsidies from US government

Lockheed received a share in around $4 billion in subsidies from the US government in 2016.[3]


Employee on Wikispooks

Paul MansonChairman of Lockheed Martin Canada19901997Attended the 1989 Bilderberg meeting.


Known members

4 of the 13 of the members already have pages here:

Joseph Dunford
James EllisRetired US Navy admiral, then Lockheed Martin. In 2018 he was appointed Chairman of the User’s Advisory Group to the US Vice President’s National Space Council; the 2019 Bilderberg had "The Importance of Space" as a topic.
Jeh JohnsonUnited States Secretary of Homeland Security from 2013 to 2017.
James LoyCoast Guard and Homeland Security boss who went over to Lockheed-Martin