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Fri, Sep 15 2017

BRIEF-Lockheed Martin Ventures invests in Ocean Aero

* Lockheed Martin Ventures invests in Ocean Aero, strengthening focus on unmanned maritime systems

BRIEF-Lockheed Martin and Elbit Systems to partner on the Maritime Electronic Warfare Programme

* Lockheed Martin and Elbit Systems to partner on the Maritime Electronic Warfare Programme for The Royal Navy

BRIEF-U.S. Air force awards Lockheed Martin GPS M-code early use (MCEU) ground system upgrade contract

* U.S. Air force awards Lockheed Martin GPS M-code early use (mceu) ground system upgrade contract

BRIEF-Lockheed Martin says ‍issued $1.58 bln aggregate principal amount of its new 4.09 pct notes due 2052

* Lockheed Martin Corp says ‍issued $1.58 billion aggregate principal amount of its new 4.09% notes due 2052 - SEC filing​

BRIEF-Lockheed Martin's helicopter-based missile detection system passes Navy review milestone

* Lockheed Martin's helicopter-based missile detection system passes U.S. Navy review milestone

BRIEF-Lockheed Martin expects to deliver aggregate principal amount of about $1.58 bln of new notes​

* Lockheed Martin Corp - ‍on September 7, 2017, co expects to deliver aggregate principal amount of about $1.58 billion of new notes​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Lockheed gets contract to begin CH-53K helicopter production for U.S. Marine Corps

* U.S. Marine Corps awards contract to Lockheed Martin to begin CH-53K helicopter production

UPDATE 2-Saab links up with Adani to bid to build fighter jets in India

* Saab will invest "billions of dollars" - CEO (Adds Saab, Adani quotes)

UPDATE 1-Saab picks Adani as partner for India fighter jets contract -consultant

* Saab-Adani to bid to build jets under India's new defence policy

Lockheed will not protest U.S. decision on ICBM replacement contract

Lockheed Martin Corp said on Wednesday it would not protest the U.S. Air Force's decision to eliminate the weapons maker from competition for a contract to replace the aging Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) system.

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