For Randy, director manufacturing — running has been a part of his life since competing in high school cross country and, later, during his 10 years with the U.S. Navy as a chief petty officer.
Northrop Grumman uses additive manufacturing to evolve the aerospace industry.
Powerful robots will soon get artificial eyes and a brain. This next gen upgrade is what engineers at Northrop Grumman are developing through sophisticated deep learning algorithms.
ESD PEKK offers a new approach to additive manufacturing that combines traditional thermoplastic with carbon fiber and advanced material characteristics.
Advances in composite technology are helping the aerospace industry prepare for an increased demand to get new aircraft out the door and into the skies.
Benefitting from more than three decades of strike and stealth technology innovation, the B-21 is the next evolution of the U.S. Air Force strategic bomber fleet and the world’s first sixth-generation aircraft to reach the skies.
Northrop Grumman is driving the vision for a less expensive torpedo design that's also light enough to be carried on new generations of smaller delivery platforms.
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