Ed Griebel, a nearly 20-year veteran of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), has assumed a new role as the company’s vice president for airborne surveillance, according to a LinkedIn post published Saturday.
Griebel most recently served as VP in charge of profit and loss within an operating unit of Northrop’s marine systems propulsion development program. Before that, he led digital transformation initiatives within a business sector.
The Penn State University alum started his career at the aerospace and defense company in 2003 as a radio frequency systems engineer and was elevated to program manager of space systems nine months later.
Between 2014 and 2020, he held director positions with oversight of airborne sensor applications, integrated avionics and marine propulsion and launcher technologies.
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