Northrop Grumman in the UK

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Northrop Grumman operates from a number of sites across the UK with as well as at RAF Waddington, and sustains employment for more than 5,000 people in the many SMEs and other companies with whom we work as partners in the supply chain […]

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Veteran Spotlight: U.S. Marine Corps Veteran John on How the Military Prepared Him for His New Role

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After graduating from Columbia College, John served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served four years in active duty and another four years in the inactive reserves. In July of 2015, he left active duty and transitioned to the corporate world, putting his bachelor’s degree in Administration and a certificate in Management to […]

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Space at Southampton Conference

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On 28 September, join us at Southampton University to hear how researchers are helping to reach space, explore space and change the world with satellite data. Employees from Northrop Grumman will also be speaking on the conference programme. Northrop Grumman is proud to work with Southampton University and fund a number of its research projects. […]

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Darren Edwards, Head of Maintenance, describes transitioning to Northrop Grumman Australia after a career in the Army

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Tell us about your background After 24 years in the British Army conducting maintenance management on rotary wing aircraft, I joined the Australian Army for 14 years, again working in many different aspects of aviation maintenance. I am married to Hayley and have 3 grown up daughters all living here in South East Queensland. In […]

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Travis Culverwell, Supplier Quality Specialist explains what makes Northrop Grumman Australia so different

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What does your role involve? It ensures that our suppliers meet the high standards that we and our customers expect, including the products and services they supply us with and the regulatory and legislative requirements for the sectors that we operate within. Our team is growing and establishing the framework required for Northrop Grumman Australia […]

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Tom Underwood, Graduate Aerospace Systems Engineer is excited by the possibilities ahead

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Describe your role. I’m part of a joint Australian and American team which provides Launch Services within a Research and Development environment. This involves design, analysis, integration and testing of hardware and electrical components. Tell us a little about your background. Over the 2019/2020 summer I was introduced to Northrop Grumman as an intern within […]

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Sarah Corbet, Systems Engineer describes her journey since joining as an Intern

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Tell us about you/your background. I was born in Canada, then moved to Australia when I was five. I always had an aptitude for science and maths, eventually studying Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Queensland, graduating in 2020. During that time I was able to pursue my passion for space engineering. Describe […]

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Matt Stanford, C-27J Field Services Manager works directly with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)

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Tell us about your role. I lead a high performing team made up of Australian Defence Force (ADF) veterans that are fully integrated within No. 35 Squadron, RAAF. Our primary mission is to support aircraft flying operations and coordinate stakeholder requirements across the C-27J Enterprise – Maintenance, Logistics and Engineering. Prior to that, I was […]

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Lachlan Daley, Graduate Systems Engineer loves the impact he has so early in his career

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Tell us about your background. I started like a lot of others in the Defence industry, with a passionate interest in aerospace and an obsession with space. Born and raised in Queensland with dreams of working for NASA inevitably led me to completing my bachelor degree in Electrical and Aerospace Engineering at Queensland University of […]

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Dean Muller, Project Manager describes the sheer variety of capability and breadth of opportunity.

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Describe your background and current role. After 10 years in the Army both as an Engineering and Public Affairs Officer, I transitioned into the civilian workforce and was fortunate to work in Aviation, project managing the delivery of spiral development programs & upgrades for F/A-18F Super Hornet and E/A-18G Growler aircraft, and managing the Capability […]

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Christie Frankel, Contracts Specialist, explains why Northrop Grumman Australia people make such a difference

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Tell us a little about your background. I grew up in the outback in Queensland. I moved to the Gold Coast to study law at Bond University and then began a career in commercial litigation and insolvency law. I always loved working with contracts as part of that work which led me to pursue working […]

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Angie Schuck, System Safety Subject Matter Expert loves sharing her colleagues’ success.

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Tell us a little about your background. I’m originally from Canada and grew up in Melbourne, where I completed my Aerospace Engineering degree and worked briefly in research and in STEM Education, specialising in space science. I then moved to Brisbane to start my engineering career as a Systems Engineer, and also worked in aviation […]

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Veteran Spotlight: U.S. Air Force Veteran Albin on the Transition to a Civilian Career

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Security is something Albin knows well. He spent more than ten years in the U.S. Air Force Reserves Security Forces, deploying overseas twice. When transitioning to a civilian career, he again gravitated toward a security role, as a Principal Industrial Security Analyst and Palmdale Investigator at Northrop Grumman. Here, he talks about that transition to […]

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Veteran Spotlight: Meet U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Ian

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Ian is a Security Coordinator overseeing classified document control at Northrop Grumman. He graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, as well as Bachelor of Science in Business. In 2011, Ian joined the United States Marine Corps and served as a Military Policeman. During his time in […]

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Suit Up: Hollywood Meets Engineering in the HIVE

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By Marissa Cote and Caroline Briselli Lights, cameras, strange costumes. To the untrained eye, this tucked-away room could be a movie set — after all, El Segundo, California, isn’t so far from Hollywood. But teams don’t come here to film blockbusters. With the help of a new digital technology, they’re perfecting human-system interactions. Leveraging model-based systems […]

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More than a Mission: Scott Stark and the A-10

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Driving through the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Jacob Garland still passes too many houses with what has become a local symbol of need — a blue tarp on the roof. Eighteen months ago, Hurricane Laura — a Category 4 storm tied as the strongest to ever make landfall in Louisiana — devastated the area. In a cruel twist of fate, Hurricane Delta struck the same area six weeks later. […]

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