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2024-06-09T21:44:31.015119-07:00

ASCEND 2024 to Feature Industry Leaders from NASA, Boeing, and Space Force

The AIAA announced esteemed speakers from top aerospace organizations will present at the ASCEND event from 30 July to 1 August in Las Vegas, focusing on advancing our off-world future.

2024-06-05T14:33:27.710252-07:00

Northrop Grumman's Scaled Composites Expands Testing Capabilities

Scaled Composites continues its legacy of innovation by building and flying a new aircraft nearly every year since 1982, marking significant growth in its 17th year under Northrop Grumman.

2024-06-04T12:54:00.167803-07:00

B-21 Raider Exempt from LRIP Limitation, Says DoD

The U.S. Air Force's B-21 Raider, developed by Northrop Grumman, is exempt from Title 10 requirements mandating a defense secretary waiver for low-rate initial production limits.

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2024-05-22T02:44:13.972770-07:002024-05-22T02:44:13.972770-07:00

US Navy to Deploy MQ-4C Tritons to Okinawa

The US Navy is set to station two Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton high-altitude UAVs at Kadena Air Base, marking the first known deployment of these ISR assets to this strategic location.

2024-05-14T23:45:13.044443-07:002024-05-14T23:45:13.044443-07:00

SpaceX to Launch NRO's Reconnaissance Satellites on Falcon 9

Targeted for May 19, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first batch of reconnaissance satellites from Vandenberg SFB. The satellites are part of a constellation built with Northrop Grumman for the National Reconnaissance Office.