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Rocketdyne, the Rocket & Research division of North American Aviation created facilities on Canoga Avenue (right), De Soto, Plummer, Townsgate (Westlake Village), Sepulveda (LAX) and the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (above and below photos).


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When there was an

increasing need for 

powering space vehicles,

Rocketdyne developed their

Atomics International Division,

housed in each of the above

mentioned facilities.


After becoming the Rockwell International Corporation, The Boeing Co. stepped in and purchased all of the above facilities in the mid 1990ís. Years later, in a deal with United Technologies Pratt-Whitney in 2005, The Boeing Co. sold all itís facilities retaining ownership of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory.


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The Boeing Co. and NASA currently own and operate the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (Leasing a Portion to the United States Department of Energy), a 2850 acre site located off Woolsey Canyon in Canoga Park used for federally funded Rocket & Nuclear Research from the mid-1950s until 2006. Currently the site is operating several Cleanup initiatives of Chemical and Radiological Contamination.



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