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    Virginia Commonwealth State Agency-Northrop Grumman Critical System Outage The commonwealth of Virginia experienced an information technology storage area network outage on August 25th 2010. This affected several agencies and caused 13% of the file servers to fail. The failure mainly impacted the Department of Motor Vehicles and Department of taxation. Because of the outage problem, DMV couldn’t process driver’s licenses and couldn’t share data with other agencies. (1) DMV has been unable to process in-person driver’s licenses or ID cards at its 74 customer service centers. The root cause of the failure was identified as the memory card of the EMC DMX-3 SAN array. Even though the primary cause of the failure was the SAN array, the database…

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    The Pentagon is ready for the heavy financial investment in the state of the art next generation defense technologies. It is in the discussions to implement the nuclear infrastructure modernization and the replacement of the Boeing-built Minuteman missile systems, operated by the U.S.A. Air Force Combat Command and are long-range, solid fuel, three stage intercontinental ballistic missiles. Northrop Grumman is anticipated to participate in the future tender process pertaining the replacement.…

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    Northrop Grumman(NG) currently defines their business industry as “global security”. They have been through many iterations within the defense contracting industry and recently recognize the overlap in all these iterations by merging Information and Electronics Sectors into “Mission Systems”. The company’s organizational profile demonstrates a progressive, forward thinking, industry leading company. Wes Bush is the company CEO and his skill and understanding of the business come from having…

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    Northrop Grumman is a major government contractor that is well known for its work with the United States military and on occasion with NASA as well. It works on numerous manufacturing projects and technological innovations for cutting edge programs and with this massive sphere of influence, a certain level of responsibility for safe operation is expected of them. Publically, Grumman has vowed “Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) organization is heading the company’s efforts to provide a safe…

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    Remus 6000 Research Paper

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    Everyday research is in progress by many scientists and specialists to discover new species, study the mystery of our history, and develop new ways to improve the world. For example, the Remus 6000 helps improve the world by being a tool for research and helps to aid in other operations that occur underwater. The Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros is an important robot that can help to improve the world by being designed for military, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), and law enforcement or SWAT…

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    Alas the company chosen to build the vehicle was Grumman. Grumman was given seven years to build the vehicle and they used every bit of that time and even a bit more. First, came the design stage the vehicle, later called the Lunar module, was designed as a semi-detachable pod with two main compartments. There were many challenges such as how many legs the pod would stand on at firsts it was five but later since it was considered unnecessary it was changed to only four. Also, there were many…

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    Orbit. The first Polar orbiting satellite was launched in 1960. Polar orbits are often used for earth-mapping, earth observation, capturing the earth as time passes from one point and reconnaissance satellites. This would put the Black Knight in the category of an observational Satellite. In the 1960′s the Black Knight satellite was located once again in Polar Orbit. Astronomers and Scientists calculated the object’s weight to be over 10 tons which would be at that time the Heaviest Artificial…

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    the risk because jumping off that swing was thrilling. I knew it would hurt, but I did it anyway. Each time I would run to dats when one of the spikeys, as we called them, pricked me and ask for his help he was a superhero in my eyes. As my siblings and I got older dats moved the swing tradition faded away but he started a new one. Every sunday at his new house we have family dinner and it's one of my favorite things in the world. I’ve always been a sucker for love stories and I have one that…

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    thing. I believe that Lockheed Martin is utilizing the “Frontal Assault” tactic, which is the head to head approach to challenge your competitors in every avenue of their industry. Additionally, this tactic requires a vast amount of resources and money which luckily, Lockheed Martin possesses both of these enabling them to be a vigorous competitor in the market of aeronautics and advanced weaponry systems. Some of the resources that Lockheed Martin possesses are the multiple test facilities…

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    that might be lurking around the corner. In 2011, the Tōhoku Earthquake and the subsequent tsunami left northeastern Japan in chaos causing significant damage to the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor leading to the release of highly radioactive plutonium, a disaster reminiscent of 1980s Chernobyl. Unmanned aerial vehicles manufactured by Northrup Grumman and Honeywell were used to gather vital information about the damaged nuclear plant and disaster-stricken areas of the Tōhoku region as humans couldn…

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