Aerospace Companies Database by uly21292

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									                            Largest Aurora Aerospace Companies

The Boeing Company
Development and implementation of networks and communications systems, digital information
storage systems, and enterprise management systems – 300 employees in Aurora.
www.boeing.com

Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, one of the major operating units of Lockheed Martin
Corporation, designs, develops, tests, manufactures and operates a variety of advanced
technology systems for military, civil and commercial customers including products for space
launch and ground systems, remote sensing and communications satellites for commercial and
government customers, advanced space observatories and interplanetary spacecraft, fleet ballistic
missiles and missile defense systems – 800 employees in Aurora.
www.lockheedmartin.com

Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems applies the latest technology to complex information
processing and management challenges, specializing in the systems development, engineering,
integration, operations and maintenance. The sector’s capabilities span web-based systems,
networking, database management, date warehousing and geographic information systems –
1,100 employees in Aurora.
www.northropgrumman.com

Raytheon Company
Raytheon develops and deploys information and data management systems that fly satellites,
manage space-based assets and facilitate global communication – 2,400 employees in Aurora.
www.raytheon.com

Buckley Air Force Base
Buckley Air Force Base, a key link in the United States Air Force Space Command satellite
tracking system, is also located in Aurora. Home to the 460th Space Wing, Buckley provides
global surveillance, worldwide missile warning, expeditionary forces and support to Homeland
Defense missions.

Supporting approximately 16,600 personnel, the base continues to fuel the economy, making a
more than $1 billion impact on Aurora and its neighbors in 2005. The base spent nearly $78
million on construction activities in 2005, which included the addition of a base chapel, control
tower, civil engineer complex, and a second child development center to name a few.
www.buckley.af.mil


								
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