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General Dynamics Mission Systems Extends Secure Communication Capability Deep into the Enterprise Backbone with Layer 2 Ethernet Data Encryption
TACLANE-ES10 will be the first encryptor in the E-Series portfolio specifically designed to protect voice, video and data information classified Top Secret/SCI and below on high speed Layer 2 Ethernet networks.
TACDS-v3 meets the security requirements to connect networks at different classification levels across varying domains for the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Awarded $883 Million Contract to Modernize U.S. Army Training Programs
Executing the contract will improve the Army’s individual and collective expeditionary training systems at unit home stations and the major Combat Training Centers, including Military Operations on Urban Terrain training sites, live fire and digital ranges and additional training facilities located…
The USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10) crew successfully demonstrated the fully operational Naval Strike Missile (NSM) for the first time. Using the ship’s integrated combat system, the crew launched the powerful anti-ship cruise missile at a decommissioned ship during Exercise Pacific Griffin.
U.S. Navy Selects General Dynamics Mission Systems to Evolve Littoral Combat Ship Combat Management System
Pittsfield, Mass. – General Dynamics Mission Systems, a subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy worth $90.6 million to be the Combat System Engineering Agent responsible for sustainment and upgrades to the Combat Management System for the Independence-varia…
General Dynamics is delivering electronic components and systems to help the Starliner fly safely into orbit and autonomously rendezvous and dock with the International Space Station, then return safely to the Earth.