The Aerospace and Defense category comprises industries and establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following:
In general, the aerospace industry is engaged in the research, development, and manufacture of flight vehicles, ranging from unpowered gliders, sailplanes and lighter-than-air craft up though space vehicles. The term aerospace is derived from the words aeronautics and spaceflight.
Manufacturer of plaques and nameplates for the U.S. Military, local, state and national government organizations.
Development, delivery and support of advanced defence and aerospace systems, including manufacturing military aircraft, surface ships, submarines, fighting vehicles, radar, avionics, communications, electronics and guided weapon systems.
Products and services in the fields of commercial airlines, air traffic management, and integrated defense systems. Also solid-state electronics development for commercial, defense and space applications.
Research, design, development, manufacture and integration of advanced technology systems, products and services. Specialties include aeronautics, electronic systems, and space systems.
Manufacturer of precision control components and systems for aircraft, space and industrial applications. Includes product information and customer support.
Specializing in the air and naval market.
Diversified manufacturer with interests in aircraft, industrial and automotive products, fastening systems and finance. ( NYSE: TXT )
A major electronic systems company acting in areas such as defence, aerospace, airlines security and safety, information technology, and transportation services.
Headline links from media sources worldwide on aerospace and defense industries subjects.
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