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Litton Industries was a United States company founded in 1953 by inventor Charles Litton, Sr. It manufactured both military hardware (including equipment for ship navigation, communications and electronic warfare) and consumer goods (including microwave ovens and typewriters). It was purchased by and absorbed into Northrup Grumman Corp. in 2001.
 
Litton Industries was a United States company founded in 1953 by inventor Charles Litton, Sr. It manufactured both military hardware (including equipment for ship navigation, communications and electronic warfare) and consumer goods (including microwave ovens and typewriters). It was purchased by and absorbed into Northrup Grumman Corp. in 2001.
[[File:Original Litton logo, designed by Robert Miles Runyan.png|thumb|260x260px|Original Litton Industries "LI" logo, designed by Robert Miles Runyan]]
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[[File:Litton Industries.png|thumb|220x220px|Litton logo in use at time of 2001 buyout]]
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Revision as of 21:58, July 22, 2017

Litton Industries was a United States company founded in 1953 by inventor Charles Litton, Sr. It manufactured both military hardware (including equipment for ship navigation, communications and electronic warfare) and consumer goods (including microwave ovens and typewriters). It was purchased by and absorbed into Northrup Grumman Corp. in 2001.

Original Litton logo, designed by Robert Miles Runyan

Original Litton Industries "LI" logo, designed by Robert Miles Runyan

Litton Industries
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