Northrop Grumman Appoints Director of Electronics Integration Site

Thursday, December 19, 2002
Northrop Grumman Corporation's Electronic Systems sector has appointed Martin P. Simoni site director of its electronics integration facility located on Baltimore, Md.

The Ocean Springs organization, part of the Advanced Naval Platforms group within Electronic Systems, designs, integrates and tests ship electronic systems and primarily serves the Gulf Coast shipbuilding industry as a ship electronic systems integrator.

The Ocean Springs facility currently has 50 employees, including systems and software engineering personnel, and maintains a limited manufacturing capability for shipboard spares and repairs.

Simoni, who joined the company in 1987 as an engineer, and has held a number of positions in the field engineering organization and Command, Control, Communications, Computers Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance & Naval Division.

Simoni has managed the SouthCom Counter Drug and Surveillance program, the Expert Missile Tracker deployment program and numerous Air Force logistics support programs. Most recently at Northrop Grumman, he served as the program manager for the Egyptian air traffic control program.

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