Aerojet Rocketdyne looks to provide propulsion and defense products for industries of space, missile defense, strategic systems, tactical systems, and armament areas for domestic and international markets support. The company was founded by William O'Neill in 1942, in Sacramento, California, United States.
The company is recognized globally for their strategic and tactile missile programs designed to defend the United States. They also offer a full range of power systems for launch vehicles, satellites, and other related space vehicles that utilize both liquid and solid-fueled propulsion systems.
With space, Aerojet Rocketdyne has a focus on four main areas, including human space exploration, in-space power and propulsion, launch vehicle propulsion, and liquid engines. With human exploration, the company looks to continue to be a piece of America's space program. They have been a part of the creation of vehicles such as the Dream Chaser, Orion, and the CST-100 Starliner. The liquid engines that Aerojet Rocketdyne has developed include the Bantam, the RL10 Engine, the RS-25 Engine, the AR1 Engine, and the RS-68A engine.
In the realm of defense, the company is known for their provision of ground based strategic deterrents, strategic systems, hypersonics, missile defense, munitions, targets and decoys, tactical missiles, and maritime and undersea systems.
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Sacramento, California, United States
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