General Dynamics Land Systems
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Michigan’s fifth annual Robotics Week kicked off Tuesday with a new event, the Michigan Robotics Industry Executive Forum. Organized by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, the day-long event drew more than 100 business leaders and technology innovators to the Maneuver Collaboration Center on the General Dynamics Land Systems campus in Sterling Heights.
The U.S. Army TACOM Contracting Command recently awarded General Dynamics Land Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), a $28 million contract for research, development and testing in preparation for the Stryker Engineering Change Proposal upgrade program.
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General Dynamics Land Systems Maneuver Collaboration Center, NextEnergy and TM3 Systems successfully completed a microgrid technology demonstration in July at General Dynamics Land Systems’ headquarters in Sterling Heights.
General Dynamics Marine Personnel Carrier Completes Critical Marine Corps Swim and Human Factors Testing
General Dynamics Land Systems’ Marine Personnel Carrier vehicle successfully completed the U.S. Marine Corps’ water performance swim and human factors testing at the Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch, in Camp Pendleton, Calif.
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General Dynamics Land Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), has been awarded a $25.7 million contract to produce eight MK46 30mm Naval Weapon Systems for the U.S. Navy for use on San Antonio-class ships and the Littoral Combat Ship class.
General Dynamics Amphibious Combat Vehicle Hull Design Meets Marine Corps’ Survivability Requirement
General Dynamics Land Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), recently conducted simulated mine-blast tests that confirmed the ability of its Amphibious Combat Vehicle ballistic hull design to meet the U.S. Marine Corps’ current ACV mine-blast survivability requirements.
The venerable M1 Abrams tank, the main battle tank of the United States, is now 32 years old. Thursday, Sterling Heights-based General Dynamics Land Systems got an eight-year, $395 million contract for research, development and testing for improvements designed to make the Abrams work for American forces for another 38 years.