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New Scout SV armoured vehicle unveiled at DVD

General Dynamics UK (GDUK) unveiled today the Scout Specialist Vehicle (SV) at the DVD event in Millbrook Proving Ground in the UK. This is...

Forced by Budget Cuts, US Army is Likely to End GCV...

If the US omnibus budget bill that President Obama signed earlier this month didn’t already make it clear, the Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle program...

Cautioned About Further Delays, GD Reduces Earning Expectations

General Dynamics reported today second-quarter 2012 earnings from continuing operations of $634 million, compared with $666 million in the second quarter of 2011. Revenues in the quarter were $7.9 billion. Net earnings for the second quarter of 2012 were $634 million, compared to $653 million. Funded backlog has also declined slightly in the second quarter, compared to first-quarter 2012.

9th Virginia Class Nuclear Sub Delivered to the US Navy One...

The U.S. Navy took delivery of PCU Mississippi (SSN 782) from General Dynamics Electric Boat (GDEB) yesterday May 2, 2012 one year early to the submarine's contract delivery date of April 30, 2013. PCU Mississippi took just more than 62 months to build, which set the record for the Virginia Class Submarine Program's fastest delivery

JLTV Programs Enters the Final Phase

Preparing for the next phase in the Joint Light Tactical vehicle (JLTV) program, the U.S. Army Tacom Life Cycle Management Command in Warren Michigan gathered five bids yesterday, for the upcoming 27 month Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase.

GD Expands Tactical Vehicles Offering With FPI Merger

General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) is widening its tactical armored vehicles portfolio with the acquisition of Force Protection Inc. (FPI). GDLS is a leading...

U.S. Army Awards Two Contracts for Technology Development of the Ground...

The U.S. Army awarded two contracts for the technology development (TD) of the Ground Combat Vehicle Infantry Fighting Vehicle. The winners are General Dynamics...

Northrop Grumman is Out of Shipbuilding Business

Huntington Ingalls begins its life as an independent company knowing the Navy customer can't live without it -- that it is the only supplier of aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships to the Navy Department. The spinoff looks like a win-win situation for all involved; once free of each other, the two companies will both perform better...

Army Dissolves Early-Brigade Combat Team, Discontinue Class I UAV, UGS

The Department of the Army announced today that it decided to continue low-rate initial production of two elements of the Early-Infantry Brigade Combat Team...

U.S. Navy Selects Integrators to Evaluate Four Competitive Cyber-Warfare Concepts

Four system integrators were selected by the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) to develop cyberspace operations systems for the U.S. Navy,...

Gates Recommends Cancelling the Procurement of USMC’s Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle

Defense Secretary Robert Gates is recommending to cancel the procurement of the Marine Corps $15 billion amphibious 'Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle' (EFV) program. After spending...

General Dynamics

General Dynamics is a leading U.S. defense company operating four main business segments. Aerospace designs, develops, manufacturers and services a comprehensive offering of advanced business-jet...

Warship Plan: When Does A Split Buy Make Sense?

The Navy is proposing a change in its plan to acquire a new class of warship called the Littoral Combat Ship. Until this week,...

GDLS Selected to develop Namer Armored Personal Carriers for Israel

Israel's Defense Ministry has awarded General Dynamics a contract to build 600 Namer (leopard in Hebrew) armored personnel carriers (APC) over the next eight...
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