August 01, 2014 12:37 PM ET

Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of General Dynamics Land Systems Inc.

Company Overview

General Dynamics Land Systems Inc. develops combat vehicles, systems and solutions for the United States military and their allies. The company’s products include battle tanks, tank urban survivability kits, light armored vehicle platforms, anti-tank guided missile systems, command vehicles, engineer squad vehicles, fire support vehicles, infantry carrier vehicles, mortar carriers, NBC reconnaissance vehicles, reconnaissance vehicles, double-V hull, mine protected clearance vehicles, ballistic and blast-protected cougar, international light armored vehicles, and tactical support vehicle systems. It also provides specialty vehicles, such as mine protected armored personnel carriers, medical e...

38500 Mound Road

Sterling Heights, MI 48310-3200

United States

Founded in 1982





Key Executives for General Dynamics Land Systems Inc.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 71
Age: 53
Chief Technical Officer and Senior Vice President of Enterprise Strategy
Executive Vice President of Combat Systems Business Group
Age: 63
Senior Vice President of Engineering Design and Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

General Dynamics Land Systems Inc. Key Developments

General Dynamics Land Systems Wins $65.26 Million Federal Contract

General Dynamics Land Systems, Sterling Heights, Michigan, was awarded a $65,256,769 federal contract modification by the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Warren, Michigan, for specialized training, contractor logistics support and base life support for the Iraq M1A1 Abrams Program.

General Dynamics Land Systems to Continue Amphibious Combat Vehicle Testing for Marine Corps

General Dynamics Land Systems is continuing work on an Amphibious Combat Vehicle solution for the U.S. Marine Corps. The recently awarded five-month contract extension, valued at $7 million, continues General Dynamics' ongoing work to determine the best option for developing an affordable, sur 4vivable and high water speed ACV platform for the Marine Corps. The effort includes flexibility and modularity analysis of the requirements, concept refinement and experimentation planning, which will help the Marine Corps understand the risks and determine the best approach for developing the ACV. The work will be completed by existing employees in Sterling Heights.

General Dynamics Land Systems Wins $163 Million for Stryker Double-V Hull Production

General Dynamics Land Systems announced that it has been awarded a $163 million contract by the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command to convert 93 flat-bottom Stryker infantry combat vehicles to a newer, more survivable double-V hull (DVH) design. The majority of work will be completed at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., by U.S. government and General Dynamics Land Systems employees. Additional work will be performed at General Dynamics locations in Lima, Ohio, and Scranton, Penn. The estimated delivery date for the Stryker DVH vehicles is March 2016.

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