The Brains & The Brawn Inside The World's Most Sophisticated Aircraft
From airborne computers that process and display mission data in the cockpit, to crypto products for identifying friendly aircraft, and weapon control systems that enable the launch and control of precision guided weapons, we work to ensure the world's most advanced aircraft maintain air superiority and information dominance.
General Dynamics provides mission computers to every F/A-18 ever built. These highly reliable mission and display processing systems provide warfighters with extraordinary levels of mission effectiveness now and into the future.
Carlo Zaffanella, Vice President & General Manager of Maritime and Strategic Systems
Radomes and Aircraft Structures
From radomes to wing and engine structures, we design and manufacture high performance, cost effective solutions for the most advanced military and commercial aircraft.
Digital Stores Management System
Our Digital Stores Management System (DSMS) is a weapons control system onboard the P-3 Orion aircraft which enables the launch and control of modern precision guided weapons.
As a leading systems integrator, we have designed DSMS with an eye toward future technology improvements that will continue to provide maritime patrol aircraft with the overall tactical advantage in the maritime environment.
Identification Friend Or Foe (IFF) Crypto Systems
As a leading supplier of cryptography for avionics systems, we have more than 40 years of Type 1 system development experience on customer platforms.
General Dynamics has built every nose radome for the more than 4,600 F-16 aircraft produced and has designed and built over 1,500 wideband nose radomes to support AESA radars on aircraft for the US military including the F-15, F/A-18 and F-35.
Video: Defense & Aerospace Report - GD's Rush on F-16 Wide Band Radome's Function, Capabilities, Design Challenges
Bruce Rush, program manager at General Dynamics Mission Systems, discusses what its F-16 Wide Band Radome does, what sets it apart from its predecessors and design challenges involved in its construction in an interview at the Air Force Association's 2017 Air, Space & Cyber conference and trade sho…
General Dynamics-built CAC2S Provides Integrated Operational Picture for U.S. Marine Corps Commanders
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The U.S. Marine Corps Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S), built by General Dynamics Mission Systems, successfully completed an operational test during a Marine Corps Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course in Yuma, Arizona. CAC2S is a command and control system that…