Northrop Grumman Exhibits at Eurosatory 2010

By Northrop Grumman Corporation, PRNE
Wednesday, June 9, 2010

LONDON, June 10, 2010 - Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) is participating in the
international land and air-land defence and security exhibition, Eurosatory,
where it will highlight its key capabilities in the intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) domain, command and control, and in
tactical data link technology.

Eurosatory takes place from 14-18 June at the VIPARIS Nord Villepinte
Exhibition Centre, Paris. The Northrop Grumman exhibit area is at stand
location J 631.

"Northrop Grumman has a strong presence across Europe and Eurosatory
gives us the opportunity to showcase the considerable capabilities that we
have to offer," said John Brooks, president of Northrop Grumman International
Inc. "We are committed to our customer base in Europe and look forward to
building on the transatlantic industry cooperation and partnerships that we
have developed through the Euro Hawk and NATO AGS programmes and to bringing
new Northrop Grumman technologies to this important market."

Exhibits will demonstrate Northrop Grumman's breadth and depth of
capability in ISR and land systems, and will highlight the role the company
plays in ensuring armed forces around the world have the capabilities they
need to carry out their roles as safely and effectively as possible.

The Northrop Grumman exhibit stand will feature the company's
industry-leading capability in unmanned aerial vehicles including the Global
Hawk-based solution for the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS)
requirement and the Fire Scout, a multi-role vertical unmanned aircraft
system (VUAS) .

Northrop Grumman is the prime contractor for the NATO AGS system,
currently in development at the company's Melbourne, Fla. facility, in which
the Block 40 version of the RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft is a key

Demonstrating its commitment to trans-Atlantic cooperation, Northrop
Grumman leads an industry team representing 15 participating nations to
develop and produce the Alliance-owned and operated ground surveillance
capability. The AGS system provides real-time data, intelligence and target
identification to NATO users within and beyond line of sight.

Highlights will also include Northrop Grumman's internationally
exportable family of network-centric command and control systems and its
world-class expertise in tactical data link (TDL) technology.

Featured will be Northrop Grumman's capability in tactical command and
control systems using the software application Command and Control for the PC
(C2PC). Presentations will be available showing surveillance and intelligence
solutions based on the core capabilities of the Integrated Tactical Command
and Control system (I-TaCCS) a land, sea and air and dismounted soldier-based
C4I solution, and Integrated Joint Operational Command and Control System

The network simulation tool Tactical Data Link Integration Exerciser
(TIGER) will be showcased. This is a proven interoperability
stimulation/simulation system with Link 11, Link 16, JREAP-C, SIMPLE, and TIF
capabilities. TIGER is used worldwide in test, integration and training for
tactical data links.

Also highlighted will be Northrop Grumman's software defined radio
applications including Communications on the Move (COTM) and Freedom
Multifunction RF Systems technologies, a mock-up display of communication,
navigation and identification systems for next-generation military aircraft
and Counter IED technology.

The Dismounted Computer System (DCS), a multi-processor computer system
capable of operating two different operating systems simultaneously designed
for installation in military vehicles will be featured together with the
Soldier Link System, a lightweight wearable communications system for ground
forces. DCS and SLA are the two main components of the Integrated Battle
Management System (IBMS). IBMS is a scalable C4I system for situation aware
and command and control built upon a robust network of hardware, software and
communications components.

Northrop Grumman's German subsidiary will also be represented at the air
show. Northrop Grumman LITEF will display sensors for weapon stabilization,
inertial guidance systems for missiles and AHRS / navigation systems for
fixed and rotary wing aircraft based on fibre optic and MEMS technology.
Systems from Northrop Grumman LITEF are in service on aircraft platforms in
the US, Europe and Asia and are fitted to the Eurofighter Typhoon, the
Tornado and BAE Systems Hawk as well as the Meteor, Taurus and IRIS-T

Northrop Grumman has offices across Europe in: Freiburg and Hamburg,
; Pomezia, Italy; Paris; Brussels, Belgium; Oslo, Norway; and at
locations across the United Kingdom.

Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company whose
120,000 employees provide innovative systems, products, and solutions in
aerospace, electronics, information systems, shipbuilding and technical
services to government and commercial customers worldwide. Please visit for more information.

Ken Beedle, London, of Northrop Grumman Corporation, mobile, +44-7787-174092, +44-207-747-1910, Ken.beedle at

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