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General Dynamics

General Dynamics Corporation is an American aerospace and defense company formed by mergers and divestitures. It is the world's fifth-largest defense contractor based on 2012 revenues.[4] General Dynamics is headquartered in West Falls ChurchFairfax CountyVirginia.[5][6][7]
The company has changed markedly in the post-Cold War era of defense consolidation. It has four main business segments: Marine Systems; Combat Systems; Information Systems and Technology; and Aerospace. Until 1993, when production was sold to Lockheed, General Dynamics' former Fort Worth Division manufactured the Western world's most-produced jet fighter, the F-16 Fighting Falcon. In 1999, the company re-entered the airframe business with its purchase of Gulfstream Aerospace.

Company outline[edit]

Aircraft systems[edit]

Marine systems[edit]

Missile systems[edit]

  1. RIM-24 Tartar
  2. FIM-43 Redeye
  3. MIM-46 Mauler
  4. RIM-66 Standard
  5. AGM-78 Standard ARM
  6. FIM-92 Stinger
  7. AIM-97 Seekbat
  8. RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile
  9. AGM-129 ACM
  10. Tomahawk (missile)
    1. BGM-109G Ground Launched Cruise Missile


Combat systems[edit]

  • General Dynamics Land Systems[24]
    • General Dynamics Robotic Systems[25]
      • Autonomous Navigation System[26]
      • Mobile Detection and Assessment Response System[27]
      • Unmanned Surface Vehicle[28]
  1. Expeditionary tank
  2. M1 Series Abrams Main Battle Tank
  3. Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle
  4. Heavy Assault Bridge Program
  5. Stryker Armored Combat Vehicle
  6. Crusader Self-Propelled Howitzer

            Information systems and technology[edit]

            Information systems and technology represent 34% of the company's revenue.[35]

            Spacecraft[edit]

            Aerospace[edit]

















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