Northrop Grumman Connects US and International Crews in All-Virtual Air Mobility Command Training Exercise
Progress continues on the B-21 Raider with five test aircraft now in production at Northrop Grumman's facility in Palmdale, California. Shown here is an artist rendering of the B-21.
Northrop Grumman’s advanced, software-enabled positioning, navigation and timing payload has been developed to keep forces on target in difficult environments against advanced threats – even if the availability of existing satellite navigation systems are degraded or denied.
Northrop Grumman’s LEO Satellite Payload for DARPA Revolutionizes Positioning, Navigation and Timing
Northrop Grumman Australia Signs Agreement with Engineers Australia to Support Continued Workforce Professionalisation
Northrop Grumman supported the Missile Defense Agency’s successful test of a long-range ground-based interceptor launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, on September 12. This was the first flight test of a three-stage booster operating in two-stage mode. In this mode, the third stage was not ignited, allowing earlier release of the kill vehicle providing increased battlespace for the warfighter. Photo courtesy of the Missile Defense Agency