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General Dynamics Mission Systems To Provide Federal Aviation Administration With Radios For Backup Emergency Air Traffic Control Communications

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has chosen General Dynamics Mission Systems to provide new URC-300E transceivers as part of their Emergency Transceiver Replacement (ETR) program.

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Gulfstream G280 Earns FAA Affirmation of Superior Sound Performance

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced that the FAA has confirmed that the super-midsized Gulfstream G280 meets the certifying organization's recently intensified noise standards. 

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General Dynamics Transponders Land On Mars Aboard NASA’s Perseverance Rover

General Dynamics Mission Systems provided two Small Deep Space Transponders and a power amplifier for NASA’s Perseverance Rover. The transponders are the rover’s communications link to NASA, transmitting data and images over 100 million miles back to Earth.

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