Northrop Grumman has brought the 5 Star Award through the National Air Transportation Association. The corporation has been recognized for achieving Completely employee participation in the Aviation Maintenance Technician training course.
Northrop Grumman gets Five Star Award
This program, which began in 2009, occurs in the firm’s Rolling Meadows facility Federal Aviation Administration repair station. The station has recently received the FAA’s Diamond Award of Excellence.
“Having an FAA Certified Repair Station at our facility, together with 100 % employee training participation, demonstrates our persistence for our customers with an perception of their demands,” said Carl Smith, Northrop Grumman’s v . p . of infrared countermeasures for Land and Self Protection Systems Division.
The power was established to satisfy regulatory requirements for customers operating aircraft under civil aviation rules. The 5 Star Honor may be the highest recognition for aviation maintenance training provided by NATA.