Names in the newsKenneth A. Joneshas been appointed vice...

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August 18, 1996

Names in the news

Kenneth A. Joneshas been appointed vice president of oceanic systems at Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Electronic Sensors and Systems Division. Northrup Grumman's oceanic systems unit, based in Annapolis, produces anti-submarine warfare systems and develops and manufactures sophisticated underseas systems to support the U.S. Navy and other domestic and international customers. Jones joined Westinghouse in 1969 and came to its electronic systems business unit, now known as the Northrup Grumman Electronic Sensors and Systems Division 1982. He served as manager of solid-waste technology, materials and capital resources. Before 1982, he worked as a nuclear engineer for Westinghouse and served as a White House Fellow for the secretary of commerce. He earned a bachelor of arts in physics from Kalamazoo College, a bachelor of science in nuclear engineering from the University of Michigan and a masters degree in nuclear engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University.

Pub Date: 8/18/96

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