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T-38 Talon

More than 72,000 U. S. Air Force pilots have trained in Northrop Grumman Corporation's T-38 Talon, the world's first supersonic trainer when it entered service.

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Technology for Conservation

With a commitment to environmental sustainability, Northrop Grumman is Defining Possible using technology for conservation.

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Test Edits

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Test Engineer Returns to Northrop Grumman

Welcome Home: TJ, test engineer By Scott Cahoon In four short years as an engineering professional, test engineer TJ has had a wide array of experiences in the defense industry, already spanning the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and working for three different companies. After graduating from Purdue in 2013, TJ…

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Testing For Success: OmegA Rocket and Radiation Compatibility

Engineers test in New York if the OmegA rocket that operates in a radiation environment for 12 hours or less need the same radiation hardened computer as a satellite in orbit for 15 years.

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The Benefits of Mentoring: Sharing Knowledge and Experience

The benefits of mentoring are overwhelmingly positive for everyone involved. Mentoring and being mentored boost the development of leadership and management skills for both parties. Mentorship also reduces the learning curve for protègès. Those engaged in mentorship are often the most engaged in growing their Northrop Grumman careers. With performance…

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The Brains Behind Military Electronics: Custom ASIC Chips

Northrop Grumman's ASIC chips are extremely tiny, have complex requirements and need to be super durable to perform for the military in harsh environments.

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The Coolest Technology: Cryocoolers

By Kelly McSweeney Cryocoolers are machines that keep sensors extremely cold so that satellites and space telescopes can take pictures on long-term missions. Whether we're looking back toward Earth or outward into deep space, the sensors that capture images require extremely low temperatures. If sensors aren't cooled to cryogenic temperatures,…

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The Doolittle Raid, the Raiders and Their Legacy

The aura of Japanese invincibility during World War II was pierced by 80 men, the Doolittle Raiders. For that single deed, their legacy has gone down in history as heroes of the first order.

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The Doolittle Raiders’ Legacy Lives On, 75 Years Later

On April 18, 1942, 80 men and 16 B-25 Mitchell medium bombers set off on what some said was an impossible mission, to change the course of World War II.

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The Environment

At Northrop Grumman, we are committed to promoting conservation and inspiring the next generation of environmental stewards.

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The First of Her Family

Gabby, manager, process improvement in El Segundo, has achieved many firsts for her family. She is the first generation of her family to be American-born. She is also the first person in her family to become a leader and college graduate. These firsts were only her parents’ dreams for their…

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The Flexibility of Firebird

Firebird can switch from a manned configuration to autonomous operations in little time, giving organizations flexibility to fly different types of missions.

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The Importance of Internship Experience: Northrop Grumman Paves the Way From Intern to Spacewalker for This NASA Astronaut

Northrop Grumman is committed to providing high-tech careers and experiences for its employees, fostering an environment that encourages growth in the industry. Scott Tingle embodies the value and importance of internship experience, as his time interning with a heritage Northrop Grumman company helped propel him along a path to become…

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The Importance of Safety in the Workplace Is One of Northrop Grumman’s Top Areas of Focus

A strong safety culture exists at Northrop Grumman, and it has been a central focus for generations. The importance of safety in the workplace is apparent and integral in all we do, whether in the planning process, the designing process or production on the manufacturing floor. Our objective is to…

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The Journey from New York to Florida: Meet Vehicle Engineering Manager Suet

Suet is a Vehicle Engineering manager at the Manned Aircraft Design Center of Excellence in Melbourne, Florida. Her team consists of designers, analysts and responsible engineers specializing in mechanical and fluids subsystems disciplines. These disciplines include fuel, hydraulics, environmental controls, thermal management, life support, mechanisms and crew equipment. Suet sets…

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The Sound of Future Applications for Field-Induced Forces

A field-induced force is almost exactly what the name implies: a wave creates a force that moves an object without touching it. In this line of work, that force comes from sound.

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The Stars of ‘Into the Unknown’

At Northrop Grumman, we are surrounded by stars. Meet some of the stars of "Into the Unknown." Click on their names to discover more about their work on the James Webb Space Telescope and what makes them shine so brightly.   Return to Into the Unknown – the Story of…

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The Values of Culture and Leadership Influenced Her Career With, and Return to, Northrop Grumman

Welcome Home is a recurring series highlighting employees who were hired by Northrop Grumman, left for another job opportunity and then returned. Angela Chandler, manager of organization effectiveness, shares her story about returning to Northrop Grumman because it felt like "home." Tuned In to the Value of Culture and Leadership…

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