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Jun 01, 2004

DDG91 Commissioned

The Naval Air Station Point Mugu Saluting Battery renders a 19-gun honor salute to kick off ceremonies surrounding the commissioning of USS Pinckney, Saturday, May 29, at Naval Base Ventura County. More than 5,000 guests attended the event honoring the 19th Aegis guided missile destroyer built by Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. USS Pinckney is only the 10th U.S. Navy ship named to honor an African-American service member.
May 27, 2004

Chung Hoon Delivery

Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) Delivered - (l-r) Robert Dumont, executive director, Supervisor of Shipbuilding Conversion and Repair - Gulf Coast, and Bob Merchent, vice president, DDG 51 Program for Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, watch as Cdr. Kenneth L. Williams, USN, prospective commanding officer, Chung-Hoon (DDG 93), finalizes the transfer of the ship into Navy custody. (Photo credit should read: Photo by Steve Blount)
May 22, 2004

North Carolina (SSN 777) Keel Laying

Northrop Grumman Newport News hosted a keel laying ceremony May 22 for the Virginia-class submarine North Carolina (SSN 777). Pictured from left are Northrop Grumman Newport News welder Stanley Britt U.S. Navy Admiral and Director of Naval Reactors Frank 'Skip' Bowman the ship's sponsor, Mrs. Linda Bowman U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R - N.C.) Northrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Hansford T. Johnson.
May 21, 2004

CVN 21

The new generation nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, CVN 21
May 18, 2004

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

Northrop Grumman Begins Assembly of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter - Northrop Grumman Corporation has reached a major milestone on the F-35 program by starting production of the aircraft's center fuselage. The company is producing more than 25% of the weapon system for F-35 prime contractor Lockheed Martin. Northrop Grumman employees at the company's Antelope Valley Manufacturing Center start the production process by installing the F-35 engine's left forward air inlet duct into an assembly fixture.
May 10, 2004

Fast Response Cutter (FRC)

This is an artist's rendition of the Deepwater Program's Fast Response Cutter (FRC) design concept. Upon approval by the U.S. Coast Guard, this ship will be the first in a series of 150-foot fast patrol vessels that will eventually replace the service's aging fleet of Island Class boats. A partnership has been established with Northrop Grumman's Ship Systems sector and Kockums AB and its parent company, Howaldtswerke Deutsche Werft AG (HDW) to include cooperative work in the design and construction of this composite lead ship technology demonstrator.
May 01, 2004

USS Ronald Reagan

The USS Ronald Reagan, the ninth Nimitz-class carrier built by Northrop Grumman Newport News, left the shipyard on May 1 after a successful post shakedown availability (PSA).
May 01, 2004

Fitness Center for Sailors

Work performed during the PSA included the addition of a third physical fitness center for sailors. The new facility is the about four times larger than the Reagan's two other fitness centers.
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