Singapore

Stronger, Together

Global security encompasses a broad spectrum of challenges. For decades, Lockheed Martin has had a dynamic relationship with government and industry in Singapore, serving both defense and civilian customers.

In 2019, the Republic of Singapore selected the F-35 as its next generation fighter jet, and in 2020 the United States government approved the sale of the F-35B to Singapore. Singapore has been a part of the F-35 program since 2003 when it joined as a Security Cooperation Participant and the Republic of Singapore Air Force will take delivery of their first F-35B in 2026.

Other major programs include:

F-35

In 2019, the Republic of Singapore selected the F-35 as its next generation fighter jet, and in 2020 the United States government approved the sale of the F-35B to Singapore. Singapore has been a part of the F-35 program since 2003 when it joined as a Security Cooperation Participant and the Republic of Singapore Air Force will take delivery of their first F-35B in 2026.

C-130

Beginning in 1976, the Singapore Air Force acquired two C-130B’s from the USAF. Today they have four KC-130Bs, five C-130Hs and one KC-130H.

F-16

For more than 20 years, Singapore has been an F-16 customer, receiving both production Block 52 F-16C/D and F-16C/D.

Basic Wings Course

Lockheed Martin joined Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. to provide this course and PC-21 aircraft, maintenance, simulators and ground instruction for introductory pilot-candidates. 

Vessel Height Management

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and Lockheed Martin are partners in a vital vessel height management system in the Johor Straits.

Driver Training Simulation System

This system helps Singapore Armed Forces drivers enhance their driving skills, reducing practice lessons on the road by 30 percent.