Two Northrop Grumman employees have been recognized for their contributions in raising awareness of space-related issues.
NASA awarded Kathy McGraw-Davids and Igor Chuyan the Silver Snoopy award. Since 1968, the award has been been to NASA employees and contractors for outstanding achievements related to flight safety or mission success.
Kathy McGraw-Davids serves as audit compliance officer and Chuyan is a security forces lieutenant for the Northrop Grumman-led joint venture Space Gateway Support at Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Robert D. Cabana, director of Kennedy Space Center, and astronaut Barry E. Wilmore presented the awards in an Aug. 12 ceremony.
“Kathy and Igor are more than deserving of the recognition for their contributions to space flight awareness,” said Roy C. Tharpe, president of Space Gateway Support. “It’s great to have our employees recognized by the customer as it demonstrates their dedication to ensuring the customer receives the best possible service.”