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Dick Rutan recalls historic round-the-world flight

Posted September 18, 2013 by

Courtesy photograph The Burt Rutan-designed, single-purpose Voyager is shown during a test flight that led up to its non-stop unrefueled flight around the world in December 1986. Nearly 27 years ago, the one-of-a-kind, purpose-built Voyager aircraft embarked on a non-stop, unrefueled flight around the world, setting a world record that remains unchallenged today. Dick Rutan,…

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TPS students test injection-jamming software on F-16

Posted September 27, 2013 by Rebecca Amber

What happens when GPS becomes denied, degraded, or unavailable? It's an important question, and increasingly relevant as dependence on GPS grows.

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Washington Navy Yard recovery task force established

Posted October 14, 2013 by

Navy photograph by PO2 Stuart Phillips Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus delivers remarks during a memorial service at the Marine Barracks for the victims of the Washington Navy Yard shooting. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced Oct. 10 the establishment of the Washington Navy Yard Recovery Task Force. Assistant Secretary of the Navy…

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Triton unmanned aircraft wing strength exceeds Navy requirement

Posted November 4, 2013 by

Northrop Grumman and Triumph Aerostructures – Vought Aircraft Division, a subsidiary of Triumph Group, Inc., have successfully demonstrated the structural strength of the U.S. Navy's Triton unmanned aircraft system wing.

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Ball Aerospace-built STPSat-3 Satellite Launches from Wallops Island

Posted November 20, 2013 by

The Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. STPSat-3 satellite built for the Department of Defense and part of the Operationally Responsive Space-3 (ORS-3) mission, successfully launched from Wallops Island, Va., on board a Minotaur I at 8:15 p.m., EST, Nov. 19. STPSat-3 joins its predecessor, the Ball-built STPSat-2, which launched in 2010 on the same date….

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U.S. Government Receives 200th C-130J Super Hercules

Posted December 6, 2013 by Todd R. McQueen

An MC-130J Commando II designated for Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., was ferried Dec. 5 from the Lockheed Martin plant in Marietta, Ga. This MC-130J has the distinction of being the 200th C-130J Super Hercules delivered to the U.S. Government, which is the largest Super Hercules operator.

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Northrop Grumman celebrates 20th anniversary of first B-2 Spirit delivery

Posted December 18, 2013 by

Air Force photograph The Spirit of Missouri taxis down the Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., flightline for the first time upon its arrival Dec. 17, 1993. Whiteman has been home to the B-2 base for 20 years. PALMDALE, Calif. On a grey, chilly afternoon 20 years ago Dec. 17, the first operational B-2 stealth bomber,…

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Northrop Grumman Palmdale employees raise money for local families in need

Posted January 8, 2014 by

Northrop Grumman's Palmdale (Calif.) Integration Center of Excellence employees provided more than $105,000 to 25 local organizations, benefiting homeless shelters, the disabled, elder and children care services, and food banks as a part of their annual holiday giving campaign.

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First Luke F-35 pilot training at Eglin

Posted January 24, 2014 by SSgt. Timothy Boyer and A1C Pedro Mota

Flying is a concept that captures the imagination of some people at a very young age; hence the success of characters like Peter Pan, Superman and even a flying house in the 2009 movie "Up."

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Masten’s Xombie tests JPL’s G-FOLD precision landing software

Posted February 5, 2014 by

With engineers and officials from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory watching, Masten Space Systems’ XA-0.1B “Xombie” took to the sky again in the fall of 2013. The flight on Sept. 20 was the conclusion of a test campaign to assess the performance of JPL’s Guidance for Fuel Optimal Large Diverts (G-FOLD) algorithm under mission conditions.

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