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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.
Oct 27, 2003

Partnership in Progress Award

Postmaster General Jack Potter presents the Partnership in Progress Award to Vicki Spira, vice president of Northrop Grumman Corporation's Automation and Information Systems business unit.
Oct 14, 2003

AEHF Payload I&T Facility

NEW AEHF PAYLOAD IampampT FACILITY - Engineers at Northrop Grummanamps Space Technology sector validate the set-up of the payload test set at the Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite programamps recently completed integration and test facility in Redondo Beach, Calif.
Oct 03, 2003

Shannon Nutt

NORTHROP GRUMMAN ENGINEER WINS WOMAN OF COLOR AWARD - Shannon Nutt, a software engineer for the Integrated Systems sector, has been awarded a Women of Color Achievement Award from Career Communications Group (CCG). Nutt (center) accepted the award during the Women of Color Research Sciences and Technology Awards Conference Sept. 12-13 in Nashville, Tenn. Three other employees also received Women of Color awards from CCG this year.
Oct 01, 2003

B-2 Stealth Bomber

ENHANCED WEAPONS CAPABILITY FOR B-2 STEALTH BOMBER - B-2 stealth bomber prime contractor Northrop Grumman Corporation and the U.S. Air Force recently demonstrated the operation of a new smart bomb rack assembly that increases the bomber's capacity to deliver GPS-guided weapons by a factor of five. The new bomb rack allows the B-2 to release 80 independently targeted guided weapons against 80 separate targets.
Sep 18, 2003

USNS Benavidez (T-AKR 306)

LAST SEALIFT SHIP DELIVERED - USNS Benavidez (T-AKR 306), the final of seven Bob Hope-class strategic sealift ships, was delivered last week by Northrop Grumman Ship Systems to the U.S. Navy.
Sep 10, 2003

WTC Steel Pour

WTC STEEL POUR - Three veteran employees of Amite Foundry open the ladle containing more than 20 tons of molten steel, from the World Trade Center. The steel will become the bow-stem of USS New York (LPD 21) named in honor of the victims and heroes of the September 11, 2001 tragedy.
Sep 10, 2003

JWST Mirror Selection

JWST MIRROR SELECTION - Northrop Grumman Corporationamps Space Technology sector is the prime contractor leading the design and development of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Following a thorough and detailed evaluation, beryllium was selected as the material for the JWST primary mirror. A technician is shown mounting an alignment fiducial on a hexagonal beryllium mirror segment, developed under the Advanced Mirror System Demonstrator program (AMSD), which is approximately as large as the JWST flight mirror, AMSD was funded by a multiagency group to address the challenges and improvements in mirror materials, design and cycle times necessary to fabricate primary mirrors for future space missions.
Aug 28, 2003

Aviation History in the Making

AVIATION HISTORY IN THE MAKING -- An F-5E aircraft with a modified forward section takes off Aug. 27, 2003, on a test flight that demonstrated for the first time that changing a supersonic aircraft's shape can reduce the intensity of the sonic boom it produces. A team led by Northrop Grumman Corporation, DARPA and NASA made aviation history by demonstrating this technology, which could usher in a new era of supersonic flight.
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