Northrop Grumman Unmanned Systems Center
Moss Point, MS
Northrop Grumman Corp.
Headquarters: 1840 Century Park East, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90067-2199 United States
Phone: 310.553.6262
Market/symbol: NYSE/NOC
Overview: An aerospace, shipbuilding and
defense technology company, it’s the third
largest defense contractor behind Lockheed
Martin and Boeing. Northrop Grumman
operates in four business areas: Information and
Services (Information Systems sector),
Electronics (Electronic Systems sector),
Aerospace (Aerospace Systems sector) and
Shipbuilding (Newport News Operations and
Gulf Coast Operations). The Moss Point
Unmanned Systems Center had been part of
Integrated Systems until that unit was merged
with Space Technology to form Aerospace
Noteworthy: The company was formed by the
1994 purchase of Grumman by Northrop. The
subsequent acquisitions of shipbuilding giants
Litton Industries and Newport News made
Northrop Grumman the world’s largest
Major Northrop Grumman products: B-2
bomber; Global Hawk; Fire Scout; E-2
Hawkeye; National Polar-orbiting Operational
Environmental Satellite System; Multi-Platform
Radar Technology Insertion Program radar;
Kinetic Energy Interceptor; Cyber Warfare
Integration Network; Defense Support
Program; ICBM Prime Integration Contract;
James Webb Space Telescope; Advanced
Extremely High Frequency satellite; E-8C Joint
Surveillance Target Attack Radar Systems;
Space Tracking and Surveillance System;
Airborne Laser. On the shipbuilding side, it
builds Aegis-class destroyers, assault ships and
Major Northrop Grumman competitors:
Boeing, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin

Unmanned Systems Center in Moss Point, Miss.
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Corporate family
Overview: Northrop Grumman opened the
Unmanned Systems Center in 2006, initially to
do final assembly work on the
Fire Scout. The
facility was expanded before it opened to take
on additional fuselage work for the

Address: 8319 Abtech Parkway, Moss Point,
MS 39563

Phone: 228.474.3703

Products or services: fabrication facility for
unmanned aerial vehicles, including Global
Hawk and Fire Scout.

Contact: Bryan Mahoney