We do amazing things in coming up with concepts and designing them and ultimately building them
but when they roll out of the factory, they go in the hands of young men and women that are gonna use them in far ends of the earth.
It’s a sacred trust. Don’t think we ever forget that and we never should.
In Northrop Grumman to me, the culture is fostered where everyone has a voice.
Everyone can be heard and the end result is just amazing.
Some of the most creative people I've ever met work here.
What they do at work sometimes seems more ordered and less creative
but when you really think about it if you look at some of these systems at the end of the day they're beautiful.
As far as unmanned systems go we've come up with things that have never been done before in the world.
The fact that you're solving problems that people care about is a pretty big deal.
From the silicon wafer all the way up to integrating on the airplane,
I can't think of another place in the world that you can do something like that.
Some of the things that I've worked on in C4ISR, even if I were allowed to tell you, you wouldn’t believe that, that’s actually possible to go do.
In the context of cyber when you talk to customers and they point you to your own company in terms of collaboration or capabilities that they want to see
versus any of the other companies that are out there, then that’s a-that’s a pretty telling statement.
The fact that we have very high caliber engineers that I get to work with on a daily basis is a thing that I-I take the most pride in.
The biggest value that keeps me grounded is integrity. Going home every day and saying, you know, we did a good job today.
In logistics people relate to the products because they know what they're used for.
The folks on the production floor, they live that every day and that’s really important.
When something needs to get done we don’t have people saying I gotta go home, they're asking you know what can I do to help.
It really becomes a long-term career that we spend here and you know once it gets in your blood it’s-it’s just there.