Suppliers Meet the Needs of Transforming Customers

Gourley, Scott R.
December 2002
Armada International;2002, Issue 6, p63
Focuses on the challenges faced by the defense industry in the U.S. Details of several programs established by defense manufacturers in the country; Impact of changes in the U.S. military on the country's defense industry; Significant aspects of the cancellation or alteration of U.S. defense programs; Trends in the mergers of defense manufacturers in the U.S. as of December 2002.


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