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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
Previous experience using Siemens NX. In this role, you will model fully defined components and assemblies using Siemens NX11, and will create/revise parametric...
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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
Previous experience using Siemens NX. In this role, you will model fully defined components and assemblies using Siemens NX11, and will create/revise parametric...
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           Comment on GEM 63 completes 2nd static fire test by Rocket Report: Virgin to fly from Guam, why SpaceX is mum on the Moon plan – My Blog       Comment   Translate Page      
[…] conditions. The booster’s temperature was increased to 90 degrees Fahrenheit for the test, SpaceFlight Insider reports. The solid rocket motor was previously tested under “cold” conditions in […]
          Journeyman Electrician - ASC Process Systems - Everett, WA      Comment   Translate Page      
Our international customer base includes The Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, BAE, SpaceX, GE, Pratt Whitney, Tesla, Gillette, just to name a...
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          City wireless network went haywire and was inoperable for a week      Comment   Translate Page      
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City Hall’ s tech czar ignored a federal warning about a looming, Y2K-like software bug last year — allowing a crash of the city’s official wireless network that has been down since the weekend, sources told The Post.

As a result, transit officials can’t remotely control the Big Apple’s 12,000-plus traffic lights, and many of the city’s traffic cameras and NYPD license-plate readers are down, sources said.

“This is a big screw-up, even for the de Blasio administration,” said a source familiar with the matter.

The New York City Wireless Network, known as “NYCWiN,” crashed on Saturday, affecting the operations of city agencies that rely on it to transmit high-speed voice, video and data communications.

Workers have been scrambling around the clock to fix the entirely preventable problem, but the network remained down Wednesday — five days into the outage.

NYCWiN is overseen by the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications, whose commissioner, Samir Saini, was appointed by Mayor de Blasio in January 2018.

DoITT pays the Northrop Grumman Corp. about $40 million a year to run the network, which cost $500 million to build and went into service citywide in 2009.

It was unclear when it would be back up and running. But what is reasonably certain is that the technology snafu could have been prevented.

Exactly one year ago Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security issued a warning that GPS-enabled devices could be affected by a time counter “rollover event” set to occur this past Saturday.
DHS noted that testing showed some devices could not “correctly handle” the rollover and urged “federal, state, local, and private sector organizations” to take preventive measures.

Sources said the biggest impact has been on the Department of Transportation, which lost its digital connection to the traffic lights at intersections across the city — leaving officials unable to know if a signal stops working unless someone reports it.

In addition, the clocks that time the lights are subject to going out of sync, which could wreck the carefully timed patterns that keep traffic flowing, sources said.

“I don’t know how the city could become more congested, but that would be a concern,” one law enforcement source said.

 This doesn't bode well for the coming congestion pricing tolling system the city is going to implement next year.





          Principal Cyber Protection - Northrop Grumman - Kearneysville, WV      Comment   Translate Page      
Splunk, Palo Alto Networks, McAfee EPO, Cisco Ironport, Netscout, Sourcefire Defense Center and Bigfix. United States-West Virginia-Kearneysville....
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          Stratolaunch, the giant aircraft developed by Paul Allen, just took its first flight in California      Comment   Translate Page      

Stratolaunch flight(AP Photo/Matt Hartman)

  • The Stratolaunch, an aircraft developed to air-launch small satellites, took its first flight on Saturday.
  • Stratolaunch calls its aircraft the world's largest, and it has the world's longest wingspan, though other aircraft exceed it in length.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A giant six-engine aircraft with the world's longest wingspan landed its first flight after some two hours in the air Saturday.

The behemoth, twin-fuselage Stratolaunch jet lifted off from Mojave Air and Space Port and climbed into the desert sky 70 miles north of Los Angeles. Founded by the late billionaire Paul G. Allen, Stratolaunch is vying to be a contender in the market for air-launching small satellites.

The aircraft is designed to carry as many as three satellite-laden rockets at a time under the center of its enormous wing, which stretches 385 feet — a longer wingspan than any other aircraft. At an altitude of 35,000 feet, the rockets would be released, ignite their engines and soar into space.

The advantages of such air-launch systems include being able to use numerous airports and avoid the limitations of fixed launch sites which can be affected by weather, air traffic and ship traffic on ocean ranges.

(AP Photo/Matt Hartman)

Allen, the cofounder of Microsoft, founded Stratolaunch Systems Corp. in 2011 after emerging in aerospace by funding the development of the experimental air-launched SpaceShipOne, which in 2004 became the first privately built manned rocket to reach space.

Steve Dykes / Getty Images

After Allen's death in October 2018, Stratolaunch dropped plans to develop its own type of rocket engine and a family of launch vehicles, focusing instead on getting the giant plane airborne and launching Northrop Grumman's proven Pegasus XL.

(AP Photo/Matt Hartman)


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          Principal Program Planning Scheduling Analyst - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
At Northrop Grumman, our employees have incredible opportunities to work on revolutionary systems that impact people's lives around the world today, and for...
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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
Previous experience using Siemens NX. In this role, you will model fully defined components and assemblies using Siemens NX11, and will create/revise parametric...
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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Giant space rocket carrier plane with world’s LONGEST WINGS makes maiden flight (VIDEO)      Comment   Translate Page      
With twin fuselages and a wing of a size of a football field, the gigantic ‘Stratolaunch’ plane is designed to make propelling rockets into space easier and cheaper than traditional ground-based launch pads. Built by California-based company Scaled Composites (owned by Northrop Grumman), the ginormous plane is designed to ferry rockets and various types of […]
          Sr. Tool Crib Attendant 4 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
And identifies logistic support documentation to be included such as drawings, technical manuals, and maintenance requirement cards to support life-cycle of...
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          Associate Test Conductor - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Interface with air vehicle design and analysis functions to develop test and test data requirements. Interface with internal and external organizations to...
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          Flight Test Tech 2 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Works from blueprints, engineering orders, schematics, repair manuals and other technical documents on aircraft electrical / electronic, mechanical, plumbing,...
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          IT Asset Analyst – Test Conductor Level 3 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
The Analyst will maintain and develop a COTS and proprietary software license database, ensuring licensing information is appropriately allocated and...
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          Configuration Analyst - Test Conductor – Level 3 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
The candidate will develop, plan and coordinate the system lifecycle and media control program while ensuring project documentation, such as engineering...
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          Tool Crib Attendant 3 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
And identifies logistic support documentation to be included such as drawings, technical manuals, and maintenance requirement cards to support life-cycle of...
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          Cyber Systems Administrator -Test Conductor Level 4 - Northrop Grumman - Edwards AFB, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Must have a valid driver's license. Includes support of process, analysis, coordination, security certification test, security documentation, as well as...
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          Principal Cyber Protection - Northrop Grumman - Martinsburg, WV      Comment   Translate Page      
O ASA Firewall Technologies – Cisco. United States-West Virginia-Martinsburg....
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          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Rafael Oliveira      Comment   Translate Page      
Pousou em Yuma, onde a Boeing tem instalações.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Rafael Oliveira      Comment   Translate Page      
Ele converteu de dólares para reais.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Bruno Vinícius Campestrini      Comment   Translate Page      
3,2 bilhões, divididos em 24 aeronaves, sai por 133 milhões a unidade, não 517.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Bruno Vinícius Campestrini      Comment   Translate Page      
Porque ser stealth reduz em muito o alcance de detecção do radar adversário ou força o inimigo a utilizar radares de baixa frequência (conseguem detectar os aviões stealth a distancias maiores, especialmente os que não são tão stealth nessas bandas) que são muito menos precisos e, portanto, incapazes de guiar um míssil AA.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Fligth_Falcon      Comment   Translate Page      
Em outro post alguns perguntaram, pq a MB não compra essa aeronave. Considerando o valor da matéria sai por "módicos" R$ 517 milhões a unidade, o que é impensável para nós nesse cenário econômico, até mesmo em épocas mais prósperas. Infelizmente.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Washington Menezes      Comment   Translate Page      
Ué se existe radar anti stealth, por que tem avião stealth.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Mauro      Comment   Translate Page      
As temperaturas lá são elevadas, semelhantes as nossas.. 30/16 para toda a semana, chegando até 36 graus..faz calor, são 15 horas lá agora.. céu claro e sem chuvas... pousou em Yuma...
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Mauro      Comment   Translate Page      
Cruzou o pais de costa a costa, está baixando agora, vamos ver onde vai pousar, saiu de Jacksonville... está do outro lado agora, entre o México e o litoral dos EUA... já no Pacífico.. cruzou todo o país... tem um local lá chamado Yuma Airport... se for base militar não aparece.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por TEREU      Comment   Translate Page      
que eu saiba fazendo testes..principalmente em temperaturas abaixas de 0°..
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Neves João      Comment   Translate Page      
Não precisa, esse avião é um excelente alerta antecipada em terra também, Israel usa muito, mesmo se ter PA.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por JPC3      Comment   Translate Page      
Poder pode. Se não engano essa aeronave tem um radar UHF anti stealth. Podem me corrigir se estiver errado.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Munhoz      Comment   Translate Page      
No cenário atual qual seria a eficiência de um míssil anti radar contra uma aeronave deste tipo? Aliado a um caça stealth este tipo de míssil poderia ter uma aproximação perigosa sobre uma aeronave de alerta!
          Computer Systems Security Analyst - Northrop Grumman - Martinsburg, WV      Comment   Translate Page      
Track investigations in Help Desk systems including Remedy and Service Now. United States-West Virginia-Martinsburg....
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          Journeyman Electrician - ASC Process Systems - Everett, WA      Comment   Translate Page      
Our international customer base includes The Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, BAE, SpaceX, GE, Pratt Whitney, Tesla, Gillette, just to name a...
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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
Previous experience using Siemens NX. In this role, you will model fully defined components and assemblies using Siemens NX11, and will create/revise parametric...
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          CAD Design Technician (Designer 4) - Northrop Grumman - West Virginia      Comment   Translate Page      
Requisition ID: 18026965 Location: United States-West Virginia-Rocket Center US Citizenship Required for this Position: Yes Relocation Assistance: Relocation as...
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          Computer Systems Security Analyst - Northrop Grumman - Martinsburg, WV      Comment   Translate Page      
Track investigations in Help Desk systems including Remedy and Service Now. United States-West Virginia-Martinsburg....
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          Principal Cyber Protection - Northrop Grumman - Martinsburg, WV      Comment   Translate Page      
O ASA Firewall Technologies – Cisco. United States-West Virginia-Martinsburg....
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          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Julio      Comment   Translate Page      
O Japão pagou em 2015 1,7 bilhão de dólares por 4 unidades, essa aeronave é cara demais pra nossa realidade.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por groosp      Comment   Translate Page      
O valor de 133M é uma pechincha por esse avião considerando a capacidade de combate que ele agrega. Acho que é o radar de menor frequência operado por uma aeronave AEW&C e é preciso o suficiente para fornecer orientação de meio curso para AMRAAMs e Standards no chamado engajamento cooperativo, isso o torna a melhor opção contra ameaças furtivas que irão proliferar no futuro. Seria interessante esse radar em uma plataforma maior, sem as limitações de uma plataforma desenhada para operar em um porta aviões, para FFAA que iriam operá-los em terra. Esse avião é tão bom que considero a maior desvantagem da opção do ski jump pela RN no HMS Queen Elizabeth.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Overandout      Comment   Translate Page      
Gosto muito a proposta que a Lockheed apresentou há tempos atrás para modificação e modernização dos S-3, tornando eles em C-3 Viking, um avião de transporte inclusive com rampa traseira. Com os Osprey's em plena operação hoje em dia não faz sentido alguma força querer comprar o C-3, mas a aeronave em si é muito interessante. https://news.usni.org/2014/04/08/lockheed-pitching-revamped-viking-fill-carrier-cargo-tanking-roles
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por CESAR ANTONIO FERREIRA      Comment   Translate Page      
12 de Abril é uma importante data comemorativa, é o dia do Cosmonauta. O Poder Aéreo irá deixar a data passar em branco? Lembrando que o Ministro da Ciência e Tenologia, Sr. Marcos César Pontes é um... Cosmonauta. Voou numa nave Soyuz, lançada por um lançador R-7, portanto um traje pressurizado Sokol VK-2... Hoje, também, é um dia para que ele seja celebrado.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Foxtrot      Comment   Translate Page      
Melhor seria ter ficado em mãos nacionais, já que foi um projeto nacional, bancado com dinheiro nacional e que até então diziam, não estaria no "acordo" de venda da empresa. Quanto a ACS só não foi a frente porque estavam preparando terreno para esse "assassinato" da soberania nacional firmado com os americanos, denominado TST.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por JPC3      Comment   Translate Page      
Verdade, mas uma das versões do KH-31 poderia ser utilizada contra aeronaves AWACs menos manobráveis segundo alegavam fontes russas
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Bruno Vinícius Campestrini      Comment   Translate Page      
Pelo que oferece não é tão caro não. Até onde sei um E-3 custa mais que o dobro, por exemplo. Segundo o site da USAF (https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/104504/e-3-sentry-awacs/), o custo de um E-3, em dólares de 98 é de 270 milhões de USD, corrigido pela inflação chegamos a um valor de 428 milhões de USD. O E-2 é uma pechincha na comparação.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Mauro      Comment   Translate Page      
Melhor seria mandar para a Ucrânia, aproveitando o gigantesco sucesso do programa do foguete lançador Ciclone, que deu ao Brasil enormes capacidades aeroespaciais a custo nenhum.
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Carlos Campos      Comment   Translate Page      
bem caro em 133 milhões por aeronave
          Comentário sobre Northrop Grumman recebe contrato de US$ 3,2 bilhões para 24 aeronaves E-2D por Hermes      Comment   Translate Page      
José de Pádua Vieira, não adianta, tudo que se lança lá fora o povo quer ter aqui, não importando se temos plataforma bem melhor que precisa apenas ser atualizada como já está sendo ou substituída por alguma solução doméstica muito melhor. Síndrome da grama do vizinho.


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