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DSEI 2013: Lockheed Martin unleashes the Dragon

10th September 2013 - 14:41 GMT | by Tony Skinner in London

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Customers are increasing looking to the contract-by-the-hour mechanism for their ISR requirements, according to Lockheed Martin, in comments that reflect wider industry trends.

At the DSEI exhibition in London on 10 September, Lockheed Martin outlined its Dragon ISR concept, including the new integrated air and missile defence option to the package.

The various Dragon ISR configurations allow the company to tailor an individual package to meet the specific requirements of the end user.

Randy Peterson, director of mission operations for Lockheed Martin, said while many customers were choosing the ‘Net Dragon’ contracted service as they developed their CONOPS with an

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