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Boeing | Corporate Financials | General Dynamics | Lockheed Martin | Northrop-Grumman | Raytheon

This is the End FY05: Boeing, GD, Lockheed, N-G, Raytheon

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Over the past couple of weeks, the major American defense manufacturers have announced their Q4 2005 and FY 2005 financial results. Below, DID has noted some quick year-end figures for each. These figures are for total operations, including defense and civilian activities. Follow the links for more in-depth results and in some cases, performance breakdown by division: * Boeing (Sales $54.85B/+5%; Net income $2.57B/+37%; EPS $3.29/+39%) * General Dynamics (Sales $21.2B/+11%; Net Earnings $1.46B/+19%; Dil EPS $7.22/+19%). You’d think with all that cash, they could afford to do something about the worst major defense contractor site on the web… * Lockheed Martin (Sales $37.21B/+4.7%; Net earnings $1.825B/+44%; EPS $4.10/+44.9%) * Northrop-Grumman (Sales $30.7B/+3%; Net income $1.4B/+29%; Dil EPS $3.85/+30%) * Raytheon (Sales: $21.9B/+8%; Net income $871M/+109%; Dil EPS $1.92/+104%)

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