2014 Navy League Sea-Air-Space Online Media Kit

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The future of Naval Aviation cannot wait until tomorrow.

At Northrop Grumman, the technology that we’re developing today influences where we’re going in the future. Every day our employees strive to deliver products that are more innovative, affordable and aligned with the requirements of the U.S. Navy. From the earliest days of Naval Aviation theory and experimentation, through conflicts and conquests, Northrop Grumman has been proud of the role it has played in designing and delivering the most advanced aircraft and systems to our customers.

We will brief members of the media on April 7 and 8 on the innovative technologies and cost saving measures that support the U.S. Navy’s current and future requirements. The company will highlight several key programs that will help redefine the future of Naval Aviation.

A full-scale model of the X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) will also be on display at the event. The X-47B is a tailless, strike fighter-sized unmanned aircraft developed by Northrop Grumman as part of the U.S. Navy's UCAS Carrier Demonstration program. In 2013, the X-47B successfully completed the first ever carrier-based launch and recovery by an autonomous, low-observable, tailless unmanned aircraft.

Please view the full Media Briefing Schedule and follow the conversation on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Highlighted Programs

Unmanned Systems
AN/AQS-24A Airborne Minehunting System
AN/AQS-24A Airborne
Minehunting System
U.S. Navy Fire Scout
U.S. Navy Fire Scout
BAMS
Triton
Unmanned Combat Aircraft System
X-47B UCAS
   
C4ISR
Airborne Laser Mine Detection System
ALMDS
AN/ALQ-240
AN/ALQ-240
Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services
Consolidated Afloat Networks
and Enterprise Services (CANES)
CEA, G/ATOR
CEA, G/ATOR
AN/ZPY-1 STARLite Small Tactical Radar
AN/ZPY-1 STARLite
Small Tactical Radar
LITENING
LITENING
AN/ZPY-3 Multi-Function Active Sensor (MFAS)
AN/ZPY-3 Multi-Function
Active Sensor (MFAS)
CSS (Common SIGINT Sensor)
CSS (Common SIGINT Sensor)
PORTS Trainers
PORTS Trainers
Logistics
Global Logistics
Global Logistics
Northrop Grumman in Australia
Northrop Grumman in Australia
Triton Service Support and Training
Triton Service Support
and Training
Manned
C-2A Greyhound
C-2A Greyhound
EA-18G Growler
EA-18G Growler
Gulf Coast
E-2D Advanced Hawkeye
FA-18 E/F Super Hornet
FA-18 E/F Super Hornet
F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
F-35 Lightning II
 

Media Contacts

Bryce McDevitt
Navy League Communications Lead
Aerospace Systems
(703) 280-4362 office | (571) 286-0754 mobile

Caitlin O’Connor
Aerospace Systems
(760) 484-7683 office

Bonnie Blueford
Electronic Systems
(410) 765-3141 office

Pam Wade
Technical Services
(703) 713-4616 office

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2014 SAS Briefings