General Dynamics will make an immediate impression on attendees of the 29th National Space Symposium as sponsor of the registration bag that serves as a major source of information about the event. The registration bag contains the program guide and other resources, and serves as a take-home gift that can be used for years after the Space Symposium ends.
About General Dynamics
With world-class systems, trusted innovation and more than 50 years of experience supporting U.S. space programs, General Dynamics offers end-to-end space solutions -- from space electronics equipment; to providing commercial and government customers large-scale, secure, satellite and communications ground system architectures and infrastructures, as well as engineering, operations and mission support; and from command and control and space situational awareness capabilities; to providing the front line of defense for that network to ensure secure operations and communications.
Based in Falls Church, Va., General Dynamics has four main business segments:
- Aerospace has a global reputation for superior aircraft design, quality, safety and reliability; high-quality business-jet outfitting and refurbishing; and award-winning aircraft-support services. Together these businesses manufacture and support a broad portfolio of business jets globally.
- Combat Systems is a world leader in producing, supporting and sustaining land and expeditionary combat systems for the U.S. military and its allies, and developing new combat systems, ordnance, armament and advanced technical products to meet emerging customer requirements.
- Information Systems and Technology provides technologies, products and services that support a wide range of digital communications and information-sharing needs. Defense, intelligence, homeland and national security customers worldwide rely on these businesses to meet their mission requirements.
- Marine Systems designs, builds and supports submarines and surface ships for U.S. Navy and commercial customers. The group delivers sophisticated platforms including nuclear-powered submarines, destroyers, auxiliary and combat-logistics ships and commercial product carriers.
For more information on General Dynamics, go to www.gd.com/.