Saturday, October 3, 2015

The Industrial Military Complex That Selects US Presidents

The Industrial Military Complex That Selects US Presidents

Top 100 for 2015


Currency conversions for non-US firms were calculated using average market conversion rates over each firm's fiscal year to mitigate the effects of currency fluctuations.

  • Notes
  • 1 Operational headquarters in Paris and Munich
  • 2 Changes in European accounting methods mean joint venture financials are not included in revenue
  • 3 Defense revenue based on percentage provided by company; (includes Sukhoi, MiG and Irkut)
  • 4 Acquired URS
  • 5 Fiscal year ended 1/31/15
  • 6 Figures provided in US dollars
  • 7 Fiscal year ended 3/31/15
  • 8 ATK merger with Orbital completed in February 2015
  • 9 Acquired by Harris in May
  • 10 Fiscal year ended 6/30/15
  • 11 Acquired Excelis in May
  • 12 Fiscal year ended 6/27/15
  • 13 Fiscal year ended 9/30/14
  • 14 Calculations based on US military contracts; does not include Foreign Military Sales undisclosed by company
  • 15 Fiscal year ended 11/30/14 (formerly GenCorp)
  • 16 Completed acquisition of Samsung Techwin and Samsung Thales in June
  • 17 Fiscal year ended 8/31/14
  • 18 2013 revenue was recalculated
  • 19 Takeover by Hanwha completed in June
  • 20 Fiscal year ended 5/31/15
  • 21 Fiscal year ended 10/31/14
  • 22 Portion of Nammo sales no longer included
  • Data for the Top 100 list comes from information Defense News solicited from companies, from companies/’ annual reports and from Defense News staff research.
  • Companies were contacted by Defense News and asked to fill out a survey reporting their total annual revenue and revenue derived from defense, homeland security and other national security contracts.
  • *In US dollars. Currency conversions for non-US firms calculated using average market conversion rates over each firm/’s fiscal year to mitigate the effects of currency fluctuations.
  • NA- Not available
  • NR- Not ranked

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