Disability Inclusion

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Diversity Makes Us

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Our team is made up of thousands of professionals – people with vastly different backgrounds and experiences. They’re not
just all welcome here – they’re all celebrated. At General Dynamics Mission Systems, we know that an inclusive environment,
where everyone is encouraged to share their ideas at all levels, allows us to approach problems in more innovative ways and
create the best solutions for our customers and the best culture for our teams.

Why do so many professionals from so many different backgrounds choose to build their careers at General Dynamics?

Opportunities for All.

General Dynamics Mission Systems provides reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities who need assistance during the application process. Our team of helpful recruiters are available to answer your questions.

View Our Available Accommodations


Our Disability, Advocacy, Information, and Supporters Employee Resource Group (DAISE) is represented by our employees with disabilities, their families, and allies. We celebrate and foster all employees’ abilities and contributions to the company’s success.

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Our Commitment

General Dynamics Mission Systems is recognized as a top-scoring company on the Disability Equality Index® (DEI), a national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices related to disability inclusion and workplace equality. Our company annually completes the DEI in our commitment to disability inclusion and equality in the workplace.



  • Work with community partners to attract diverse talent to include: Disability:IN, Disability:IN DC Metro, Bender Consulting, Careers and the DisABLED, along with numerous military recruiting organizations.

  • We work with colleges and universities to engage and hire students with disabilities; we recognize that interns and recent college graduates are an integral part of our company, therefore we actively build and cultivate relationships with the disability offices on the campuses where we recruit.

    To see all of our current recruiting events visit our Hiring Events page.


  • Support the Sentinels of Freedom Foundation, a national, nonprofit organization that provides severely wounded post-9/11 veterans with comprehensive personal support and financial assistance as they complete their higher education and achieve success in their post-military careers. 

    To learn more, visit our Sentinels of Freedom page.


  • Participate in the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) Tour de Cure to raise money that directly supports the ADA’s research, information, and advocacy efforts to improve the lives of the millions of Americans living with diabetes. 
  • To learn more about all of our giving and philanthropy visit our Community Investment page.


  • Access ramps, accessibility in conference rooms, and updated entry-ways with push button entry across company facilities.

  • Established a streamlined program for employees to request accommodations for specialized seating, desks and computer equipment.

    To learn more about our accessibility or if you require accommodations visit our Accessibility & Reasonable Accommodations page.