Charles Volk, who is vice president/chief technologist of the Northrop Grumman Corp.’s Advanced Navigation Systems business unit, Woodland Hills, Calif., has received the Kershner Award for Navigation Industry Achievements at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Institute of Navigation Symposium. The award honors Richard B. -Kershner, the lead developer of the world’s first navigation satellite system, and recognizes individuals for technical contributions to ...

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