TBE & Aerojet Team To Pursue SLS Business

Teledyne Brown Engineering and Aerojet to Form Strategic Alliance to Build Rocket Engines

"Under the agreement, the companies will pursue contracts for the manufacture of liquid rocket engines for NASA through the Space Launch System program as well as for other customers. It is anticipated that as a result of this work, a potential 1,400 additional jobs could be brought to the Northern Alabama and California areas."

Teledyne Brown, Aerojet form 'strategic alliance' to build rocket engines in Huntsville

"I am glad to hear about today's announcement of a strategic partnership between Teledyne Brown Engineering and Aerojet - General," said U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Tuscaloosa. "The potential addition of 1,400 high quality engineering and manufacturing jobs in Huntsville would be great news for the community. "Congress directed NASA to develop a 130-metric ton Space Launch System with a first and second stage that leverage our Ares investments. The Teledyne-Aerojet team could have a critical role to play designing additional elements of the system, and I hope NASA looks at their capabilities carefully."

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