Brawn Brains and Beauty

A man works with a litening pod on a factory floor

Northrop Grumman is at the forefront of Industry 4.0. The latest industrial revolution is about leveraging four key digital technologies to optimize resources, enable faster decision making based on real-time data, and to produce higher quality products at a reduced cost. […]

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Inspiring the Next Generation: Meet Tim

White man wearing safety goggles works in workshop

By Jillian Wright With monumental achievements such as sending the first humans to the Moon, developing the International Space Station and advancing high-speed flight, the aerospace industry has always inspired and amazed Tim. “That comes from my grandfather who fought in World War II,” he said. “When I was growing up, he was always taking […]

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Using 3-D Printing to Meet Critical Needs of Front Line Workers

To meet the extraordinary challenge presented by COVID-19, Northrop Grumman employees have found creative ways to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for local community healthcare workers. Starting with a few employees using their own 3-D printers to make face shields, headbands, and mask extenders, the effort recently expanded to include Northrop Grumman’s Fabrication Labs (FabLabs) […]

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3-D Printing for a Cause

3-D Printed visors

When members of Northrop Grumman’s Fabrication Laboratories (FabLabs) in California began recognizing a standout need for personal protective equipment for those on the COVID-19 frontlines, they put their engineering skills to good use: using 3-D additive manufacturing to help produce face shields. Northrop Grumman quickly committed funding for labor and materials. What began as a […]

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Meet Montraz: An Intern Creating Top-Notch Hardware Designs

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Meet Montraz, an intern learning what it means to push the boundaries of possible from a leading global provider of secure software-define, hardware-enabled mission systems. How did you get your internship at Northrop Grumman? I learned about the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Invitational offered by Northrop Grumman because the engineering department at University […]

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