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Northrop Grumman has unveiled a new facility at Longbow Park campus in Boulder, Colorado, in an effort to help grow two of its national security initiatives. The new 23,680 square-foot building features a radio frequency research laboratory and space for at least 400 employees assigned to work on the Overhead Persistent Infrared Exploitation and Advanced […] More
Executive Mosaic has inducted Mary Petryszyn, corporate vice president and president of defense systems business at Northrop Grumman, into the 2022 class of the Wash100 Award in recognition of her leadership in all-domain command and control as well as other defense capabilities and services. This represents the second consecutive year that Petryszyn has been included […] More
The U.S. Army used a Northrop Grumman-built command and control system to track and reach missile targets during two flight tests. The company said its Integrated Battle Command System demonstration occurred at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico as part of the branch’s initial operational test and evaluation requirements before the IBCS program can […] More
The Missile Defense Agency has retired a pair of Northrop Grumman-made experimental satellites after they finished demonstrating the ability to identify and track missile threats from boost phase through midcourse. The Space Tracking and Surveillance System satellites exhibited capabilities to detect short-, medium-, intermediate- and intercontinental-range missiles, as well as to transfer gathered data to […] More
Northrop Grumman has received an unpriced change order from the U.S. Air Force to prepare for the development of a next-generation electronic warfare system for the F-16 aircraft. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center said Monday a multi-million dollar contract modification is expected to be awarded within the year for the completion and installation […] More
Northrop Grumman has secured a contract with the U.K.’s submarine delivery agency to support the platform management systems of the country’s Astute-class submarines, whose prime contractor is BAE Systems. The company will perform in-service support for the systems, which it supplied to BAE, to maximize the country’s availability of the seven-vessel Astute class, Northrop said […] More
The U.S. Navy has awarded Northrop Grumman a $65 million contract to commence the full-rate production of Link-16 for the U.S. Marine Corps’ fleet of combat helicopters. The company said Wednesday it will integrate the military tactical data link network into the AH-1Z and UH-1Y aircraft to enable fleet crews to share data and communications […] More
Northrop Grumman has embraced digital sustainment tools and engineering methods in efforts to help defense customers maintain systems that support critical missions. The company said Monday it uses a digital logistics environment that integrates tools, practices and applications needed to manage key sustainment elements of mission systems. DLE is intended to generate real-time information that […] More
The first B-21 Raider bomber that Northrop Grumman built for the U.S. Air Force has kicked off the ground testing phase, Defense News reported Friday. “With the first [B-21] test aircraft in formal ground test, software and hardware are coming together,” said Tom Jones, president of Northrop’s aeronautics systems business. “The phase we’re in now […] More
A Northrop Grumman–Ball Aerospace team will build infrared sensor payloads for the U.S. Space Force’s future polar-orbiting missile warning satellites. The partners will work on sensors for two Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared Polar satellites that the military would use to detect and track infrared heat signatures of ballistic and hypersonic projectiles, Northrop said Tuesday. […] More
Northrop Grumman is working on a digital twin of its Bombardier CRJ testbed aircraft and subsystems as part of efforts to accelerate the development and testing of new mission systems and capabilities across programs. “Our Digital Shadow testbed will enable the rapid iteration and assessment of various mission systems configurations and trades via digital models […] More
The State Department has approved the Australian government’s purchase request for Northrop Grumman‘s infrared countermeasures components that are designed to protect large aircraft against threats. The proposed $122 million Foreign Military Sale covers 27 AN/AAQ 24(V)N Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures processor replacements and 30 Guardian laser turret assemblies for the Royal Australian Air Force’s air […] More
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