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Made It Possible: Arnie Lucas and Creating Opportunity Through Agility

After more than 30 years in the military, Arnie Lucas joins Northrop Grumman through the Skillbridge internship program.

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Made It Possible: Bonnie and Four Generations of Company Pride

From Thiokol Chemical Corporation to today, Bonnie and her family have served more than 165 combined years at Northrop Grumman heritage companies.

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Made It Possible: Brian Henwood and Electric Persistence

Facilities manager Brian Henwood reflects on installing Electric Vehicle charging stations at Northrop Grumman’s Azusa, California campus.

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Made It Possible: Frank Fendell and the Tools of the Trade

Meet Frank Fendell, who shares his tools of the trade from his career in aerospace at Northrop Grumman.

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Made It Possible: Jason Chan and the Big Chiller

Northrop Grumman's Jason Chan is a mechanical engineer and is responsible for designing and managing mechanical construction, mechanical infrastructure, hydronic heating and cooling, refrigeration, process piping, and plumbing systems.

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Made it Possible: Lisa and a Chorus of Support

Meet Lisa: A systems engineering manager in Dulles, Virginia. She has worked for Northrop Grumman for 15 years, supporting deep space, commercial satellites, mission operations and career development.

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Made It Possible: Marcos Stephens and Training for the Digital Transformation

Marcos Stephens leads a variety of strategic workforce training and development programs, training employees in everything from model based systems engineering to artificial intelligence to user experience.

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Made It Possible: Matt Mecham and Becoming a Booster Archaeologist

That is Space Launch System (SLS) booster integration engineering — blending old and new systems to create a superior booster.

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Made It Possible: Robert Romero and Empowering Future Rocket Scientists

If you would have told me when I was a young boy growing up on a Colorado dairy farm that I would get the opportunity to design, build and test rocket motors for a living, I never would have believed you.

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Made It Possible: Scott Mohrman and Seeing Stars

Capturing a once-in-a-lifetime shot of a solid rocket motor test underneath the Utah stars.

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Made It Possible: The SharkSat Team and Launching a Next Generation Workforce

After completing a three-month stay at the International Space Station hosted aboard the Cygnus spacecraft, SharkSat spent two weeks orbiting the Earth and transmitting valuable telemetry and performance data back to mission controllers.

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Made It Possible: Veteran Kristin and Speaking the Same Language

Learn how Kristin, a manager at Northrop Grumman, uses her military service and psychology background to connect with her team of veterans — and break down barriers.

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Making an IMPACT

Operation IMPACT (Injured Military Pursuing Assisted Career Transition) is a Northrop Grumman program that helps veterans with service-connected disabilities get hired.

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Making Super-small Microelectronics with Superpowers

By: Kelly McSweeney Microelectronics and semiconductors— the tiny components such as transistors, amplifiers, regulators, sensors and switches that make everything from cars to phones to coffee makers and key fobs run — are becoming more essential every day. In the defense industry, these components have to be more reliable, customizable…

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Maneuver Support Vessel – Light (MSVL)

Northrop Grumman is responsible for the procurement, design, installation, integration and test of the COTS navigation, and communications systems suite of equipment to be installed on the Maneuver Support Vessel – Light (MSVL)

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Manned Aircraft

Northrop Grumman builds some of the world’s most advanced aircraft, from the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber to the game-changing E-2D Advanced Hawkeye.

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Manufacturing Careers

At Northrop Grumman, our manufacturing teams build products our warfighters and customers depend on for protecting lives.

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Manufacturing the Very Lightweight Torpedo

In May 2020, Northrop Grumman successfully manufactured and tested the first industry-built Very Lightweight Torpedo (VLWT) for the U.S. Navy.

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Manufacturing: Life at Northrop Grumman

We invite you to read these stories about our some of our manufacturing employees and take advantage of gaining insights into our culture.

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Mark Waki: 38 Years of Perfecting Inspiration

The path to fulfilling your dreams is not always a linear one. Northrop Grumman employee Mark Waki knows this better than most.

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