Our primary focus at General Dynamics Land Systems is partnering with those who protect our freedom and ensuring their readiness for today’s requirements and tomorrow’s challenges.
Known for leading-edge innovation, we are developing next-generation capabilities across our portfolio and integrating discriminating technologies to win the future fight. Our advances in technology have resulted in increased survivability, greater mobility, unmatched lethality and enhanced battlefield effectiveness. Our diverse and talented workforce is focused on designing, engineering and building the capabilities ready for whatever comes our customers’ way.
We are positioned and determined to continue to provide combat solutions by anticipating needs and innovating to deliver value in armored vehicles, advanced electronic architecture, artificial intelligence and autonomy.
General Dynamics Land Systems is a global leader in designing, engineering, producing, supporting and sustaining tracked and wheeled military equipment.
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With more than 100,000 employees worldwide and 4,400 employees across Canada, General Dynamics is a leading provider of armoured vehicles, autonomous platforms, airborne and shipborne underwater acoustic systems, airborne mission management systems, C4ISR systems and ammunition. General Dynamics’ footprint stretches across Canada, including facilities in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia. General Dynamics is committed to driving economic benefit to Canada through collaboration with local enterprise, promotion of Canadian innovation and design, and expanding international export markets.
Two General Dynamics business units will participate in Modern Day Marine 2002 in Washington, D.C., to demonstrate how elements of their extensive portfolio of products and services can help advance the U.S. Marine Corps’ vision to build a more capable force to face current and future threats.
Collaboration bolsters bid for U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle
The companies will collaborate to advance mobile SHORAD solutions and fill capability gaps to defend against drone swarms and other electronic threats
Company aligns with USMC’s transformational approach for future capability
General Dynamics Land Systems–UK today unveiled a further variant of its best-in-class AJAX Family of Vehicles (FoV). The Brimstone Anti-tank Guided Weapon ‘Overwatch’ variant, demonstrated in collaboration with MBDA, could operate in the vanguard of the British Army’s future Heavy Brigade and Deep Recce Strike Combat Teams, providing vital force protection for the more dispersed force and ensuring the integrity of long-range persistent surveillance.
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – General Dynamics Land Systems has submitted its concept design proposal for the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) competition.