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WENDON PROUDLY LAUNCHES NEW COMPANY WEBSITE.
April 30, 2015
 

WENDON RECEIVES AS9100:2009 (REV. C) & ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFICATION
February 26, 2014

Wendon is proud to announce that the company achieved AS9100:2009 ( Rev. C) & ISO 9001:2008 certification. American Systems Registrar, LLC (ASR) provided the registration. ASR is ANAB-accredited.


WENDON AWARDED SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION OF SLIP RING ASSEMBLIES USED IN AEGIS COMBAT SYSTEM
1989

The Aegis Combat System is an integrated naval weapons system developed by the Missile and Surface Radar Division of RCA, and now produced by Raytheon. It uses powerful computer and radar technology to track and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets.

Initially used by the United States Navy, Aegis is now used also by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Spanish Navy, Royal Norwegian Navy, and Republic of Korea Navy. Over 100 Aegis-equipped ships have been deployed in five navies worldwide. The Royal Australian Navy has selected the Aegis system for placement on its new Air Warfare Destroyers, and it is part of NATO's European missile defense system.

 


WENDON SHIPS FIRST SLIP RING ASSEMBLY FOR PEACE SHIELD RADAR SYSTEM TO THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
1986

Wendon slip ring assemblies are used as critical components of the Royal Saudi Air Force's Peace Shield. The Peace Shield is a state of the art radar system developed by the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF). The Peace Shield system links the networks of the Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF), the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) and Royal Saudi Air Defense Force [RSADF].


WENDON AWARDED CONTRACT FOR UHF SLIP RINGS FOR USE IN PERISCOPE ASSEMBLIES IN U.S. NAVY LOS ANGELES CLASS FAST ATTACK SUBMARINES
1982

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WENDON AWARDED SEEK IGLOO SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT BY GENERAL ELECTRIC
1975

Wendon was selected by General Electric (division later acquired by Lockheed Martin) as the vendor of choice for designing and developing the main slip ring for the SEEK IGLOO North Warning System. The SEEK IGLOO Radar System is a 3-D (azimuth-range-height) phased array antenna radar. The system is a low power, long range (200-250 nautical miles), L-band pencil beam, solid-state transmitter and deacon interrogator search radar. This advanced system replaced the original "DEW Line" (Distant Early Warning System).


WENDON RECEIVES FORTY-ONE FOR FREEDOM AWARD, DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY, SPECIAL PROJECTS OFFICE
1967

Awarded to Wendon for distinguished service in the development and deployment of the Fleet Ballistic Missile Weapon System.