Northrop Opens New Facility to Support Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; Jay Jabour Comments

Northrop Grumman Corp. opened a new facility in Beavercreek, OH on Nov. 13, according to a company statement.

Nearly 350 employees were relocated into the energy efficient facility from nearby sites in Kettering and Fairborn.

The employee consolidation is expected to result in greater collaboration and operational savings supporting the U.S. Air Force.

“Consolidation into a single building positions us to better support our customer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base,” said Jay Jabour, Northrop Grumman’s corporate lead executive for the Dayton, Ohio region.

The Beavercreek facility is located at 4065 Col. Glenn Highway and is adjacent to the Wright-Patterson Air Force base area B, the home to a number of aircraft produced by Northrop, including the global hawk unmanned aircraft system and the B-2 stealth bomber.

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