Northrop 'ready to get to work' after LRS-B award

October 28, 2015 at 5:39 PM
One day after Northrop Grumman snagged the highly coveted Long-Range Strike Bomber award, the company's chief executive said the contractor is "ready to get to work." During an Oct. 28 earnings call with analysts scheduled well in advance of the award, Wes Bush said the company would not be taking questions about the classified program. However, he praised the Air Force's selection as well as Northrop's team. "The Air Force has made the right decision, our team has the resources...

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