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- Rocket engines for aerospace and weapons developed and manufactured by Rocketdyne (1955-2005), Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne (2005-2013), and Aerojet Rocketdyne (2013-present).
- The Rocketdyne Division was part of: North American Aviation (1955-1967); North American Rockwell (1967-1973); Rockwell International (1967-1996); and Boeing (1996-2005); then as Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne with Pratt & Whitney of United Technologies Corporation (2005-2013); and as Aerojet Rocketdyne of GenCorp (2013-present).
- Main rocket engine production was done at the large Rocketdyne facility located in Canoga Park (1955-2013), in the western San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, Southern California.
- The large Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL), was opened in 1947 by North American Aviation in the nearby Simi Hills, to land-test forerunner and Rocketdyne engines. Closed since 2006, it is a major state "Superfund" site for the cleanup of chemicals and radionuclides in soil and water, by Boeing, NASA, and DOE.}}
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