Northrop Announces Design, Integration Centers; Wes Bush Comments

northrop grumman logoNorthrop Grumman Corp. has announced plans to designate five design and integration centers to support its manned aircraft, unmanned systems and electronic attack operations within its aerospace systems sector.

Wes Bush, president, chairman and CEO, said the company is examining its operational capacity and selected the house the operations in the centers as part of its efforts to fill “customers’ need for increasingly innovative and affordable products, services and solutions.”

One facility in San Diego will support the MQ-4C Triton and NATO Airborne Ground Surveillance programs and the company will establish a center for aircraft integration in both Palmdale, Calif. and St. Augustine, Fla.

The Bethpage, N.Y. center will support electronic attack and the Melbourne, Fla. facility will support manned aircraft design.

 

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