Visitors to Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE:NOC) exhibit this week at the Air Force Association's (AFA) Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando will experience a unique commemoration to the B-2 Spirit's 25 th anniversary of first flight. The company's exhibit will also highlight its innovation and heritage in stealth technology, pilot training, advanced aircraft design and production, battlefield communications and unmanned technology.
Northrop Grumman's exhibit in booth #104 includes:
- Long-range strike aircraft: Weapon systems that include conventional stand-off bombers and stealthier, longer-range bombers that can penetrate deeply into enemy territory and deliver large amounts of precision weapons.
- Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information: Programs such as the RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system and other airborne, surface and spaceborne platforms that use multiple sensors to collect and disseminate data.
- Battlefield communications: Line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight systems that enable information sharing across the battlespace.
- Battle management command and control: Programs such as the Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) and Air Operations Center Weapon System (AOC WS) that convert raw data into actionable information that is used to direct battlefield activities.
- Electronic attack and cyber: Systems that produce desired effects through electronic means, such as jamming.
- Long-range weapons: Weapons that extend the effective range of delivery platforms, thereby protecting them against lethal defensive threats.
- Air power practitioner: Coordinates and helps synchronize operations.