General Dynamics Mission Systems provides mission critical solutions to those who lead, serve and protect the world we live in. We are a technology integrator and original equipment manufacturer with deep domain expertise in land, sea, air, space and cyber.
The Brains Behind the Brawn
We build products and deliver technology for platforms like combat vehicles, submarines, aircraft, satellites, and advanced systems that can sense danger, quickly act on threats and share lifesaving information.
We have decades of experience in engineering systems that are designed to work, every time.
We make platforms smarter.
We provide smarter mission critical systems and products to defense, civil government, intelligence and cybersecurity customers, but that doesn’t tell our whole story.
- When downed pilots are isolated in enemy territory, our radios give them a lifeline to call home.
- When the intelligence agencies need to share crucial top-secret information, our products help them keep this information out of the wrong hands.
- When sailors need to locate underwater mines, our technology enables them to find explosives with unmanned underwater vehicles.
By supporting smarter missions with smarter platforms, we help those who serve succeed and get home safely.
Work on Something Meaningful
We are looking for the best and brightest engineers, skilled professionals, project managers and more to make smarter platforms for those that lead, serve, and protect.
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General Dynamics announced that it has delivered the 500th wideband nose radome to Lockheed Martin for installation aboard U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and international military F-35 aircraft.
During the U.S. Navy's recent biennial Ice Exercise (ICEX 2020), General Dynamics partnered with MIT to put the Bluefin-21 Macrura UUV to the test under the ice in the Arctic Circle.
Two General Dynamics Small Deep Space Transponders and a power amplifier will help NASA’s Perseverance Rover explore Mars. The transponders are the rover’s communications link to NASA, transmitting data and images over 100 million miles back to Earth.