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Todd Leavitt to Lead Northrop’s Maritime Systems Business

Todd Leavitt
Todd Leavitt

Todd Leavitt, former director of maritime sensors and shipboard integration at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), will now serve as vice president of the company’s maritime systems segment after four years in his previous role.

Northrop said Monday Leavitt will be in charge of all U.S. and international maritime systems programs and products in the areas of electronic warfare, radars, machinery, navigation and power and control systems.

He previously worked as manager of surface Navy futures after joining Northrop in 2007 and has 21 years of service in the U.S. Navy as a surface warfare officer.

He earned a master’s degree in political science at Villanova University.

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