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A Letter of Commendation
The war brought Hewlett-Packard into its first work on microwave technology through the Leopard project, a top secret program to disrupt enemy radar and protect Allied ships. The demands of the projec ...
Army-Navy “E” Award: Sharing Credit
Hewlett-Packard employees were invited to share in the company’s Army-Navy “E” Award with personalized certificates of appreciation.
Bill Hewlett Engineering for Victory
Bill Hewlett spent most of the war in the Army Aviation Ordnance department, an area where his engineering skill could be put to use. In 1945, however, he was part of a small team that travelled to Ja ...
Major Hewlett Pays a Visit to HP
Bill visited Dave at Hewlett-Packard as often as he could while serving in the Army. Bill was a major when this picture was taken, but was a lieutenant colonel by the time of his discharge in 1945.
Packard as Deputy Secretary of Defense
From 1969–1971, Dave left Hewlett-Packard to serve as Deputy Secretary of Defense, focusing on procurement. His work would garner him multiple medals and commendations, and in 1997, the Department of ...
Securing the Cogswell Award
The James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Award was created in 1966 to honor defense contractors who went above and beyond in their commitment to protect information, materials and program ...
The Wartime Partnership
Bill Hewlett served in the United States Army during World War II, serving most of his stint in Washington, D.C. and rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Dave Packard ran the young company while ...