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Feb 17, 2004


AUTHENTICATION -- Mrs. Silke Boie Hagee, Ship's Sponsor for Makin Island (LHD 8), signs her initials on the keel plate of the eighth multipurpose amphibious assault ship being built by Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, as her husband, Gen. Michael W. Hagee, Commandant of the United States Marine Corps, left, and U.S. Senator Trent Lott, of Mississippi, wait their turn to authenticate the keel. Thirty-five year Northrop Grumman Ship Systems veteran welder Willie Griffin, of Moss Point, performed the ceremonial welding of the authenticators' initials on the keel plate, signifying that the keel was 'truly and fairly laid.''
Jan 26, 2004

Dan Flood

Dan Flood General Manager Continental Maritime Newport News sector Northrop Grumman Corporation
Jan 17, 2004

DDG 97 Christening

(L to R) Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour cheers as ship sponsors Heidi Cooke Halsey, Alice Spruance Talbot and Anne Halsey-Smith simultaneously smash ceremonial bottles of champagne across the bow of the Aegis guided missile destroyer DDG 97, officially christening the ship quotHalseyquot. Halsey honors the sponsors grandfather, Fleet Adm. William Frederick quotBullquot Halsey Jr., a World War I and World War II Naval hero.
Jan 12, 2004

DDG 91 Delivery

Cmdr. Robert M. Byron, USN, the Commissioning Commanding Officer for USS Pinckney (DDG 91), commemorating the delivery of DDG 91 from Northrop Grumman Ship Systems to the U.S. Navy. Cmdr. Byron is flanked by, left, Bob Merchent, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems vice president, DDG 51 Program and right, Capt. David Bella, Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Gulf Coast.
Dec 18, 2003

Adopt-A-Family Volunteers

Northrop Grumman Volunteers - Adopt-A-Family volunteers from Northrop Grumman's Navigation System Division wrap toys for children of needy families in the San Fernando Valley. From left to right - Mary Guerra, Carmen Nassar, Kathy Fodor, Brigitte Hardy-Travillion, and Sandra Walton.
Dec 08, 2003

USS George Washington (CVN 73)

This Nimitz-class aircraft carrier was built by Northrop Grumman Newport News and delivered to the U.S. Navy in 1992.
Dec 01, 2003

NNemo 1 Team

NORTHROP GRUMMAN NNEMO 1 TEAM - Northrop Grumman Newport News employees are pictured standing behind NNemo 1, a scaled, radio-controlled submarine model that was designed by Newport News. From left: Walt Floyd, manager, Submarine Technology Gail Calhoun-Bell, administrative secretary, Submarine Technology Irwin Edenzon, vice president, Business ampampTechnology Development Charlie Butler, director, Submarine Engineering Chris Vitarelli, program director for Virginia-class Construction and Advanced Submarine Programs.
Dec 01, 2003

NNemo 1 Christening

NNEMO 1 CHRISTENING - Gail Calhoun-Bell, administrative secretary for Submarine Technology at Northrop Grumman Newport News and sponsor of the Newport News Experimental Model 1, breaks a bottle on the submarine model and christens it NNemo 1.
Nov 19, 2003

Monitor Artifacts

NORTHROP GRUMMAN NEWPORT NEWS EMPLOYEES IDENTIFY MONITOR ARTIFACTS -- Employees provided X-ray services to archeologists from the Mariners' Museum to identify approximately one dozen small artifacts from the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor. From left are employees Jack Adam, Ike Isenhour, Bob Sunday, Gary Zimak, Anthony 'TR' Randolph of the Mariners' Museum, J.J. Bosco from the shipyard, and Curtiss Peterson of the Mariners' Museum.
Nov 10, 2003

Northrop Grumman Business Unit Receives Award

NORTHROP GRUMMAN BUSINESS UNIT RECEIVES AWARD - From left, Keith Strange, vice president, supply management for the U.S. Postal Service, Vicki Spira, vice president, Electronic Systemsamp Automation ampamp Information Systems business unit, Postmaster General John E. quotJackquot Potter.
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