There is one “corporate signature” for Lockheed Martin—the logo. The official logo is the primary identification of the corporation. It consists of the name, Lockheed Martin, and the star symbol, all combined and spaced on one horizontal line.
The Lockheed Martin name should always be spelled out in all cases. The name should never be abbreviated in any form such as using “LM” to refer to the company. The acronym “LM” cannot be used within any body copy, text or graphic without the written consent of Corporate Communications.
The Lockheed Martin logo and logotype must never be changed, warped or altered. The minimum amount of space around all sides of the logo should always be double the height of the L in the logo.
Podcast - Inside Skunk Works
75 years ago in Burbank, California, engineer Kelly Johnson devised an operational concept so unique it is still celebrated today. As the birthplace of many revolutionary technologies – from America’s first fighter jet to the classified programs of today – Skunk Works® sets the precedent for how our most critical and difficult problems are solved. This podcast brings to light the dark, classified world of the secret Lockheed Martin organization. First-hand accounts and stories passed down from generation to generation within the walls of Skunks Works are made public for the first time. And yes – we’ll talk about compact fusion!
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