Textron - Business Segments - Textron Systems

Textron Systems is an aerospace and defense development and manufacturing firm headquartered in Wilmington, Mass., U.S.A. The company is a business unit of Textron Inc., which reported 2009 annual sales in the Textron Systems segment as $1.9 billion.

Textron Systems has several operating units, including AAI Corporation (Hunt Valley, Maryland), Lycoming Engines (Williamsport, Pennsylvania), Overwatch (Austin, Texas), Textron Defense Systems (Wilmington, Massachusetts) and Textron Marine & Land Systems (Slidell, Louisiana). Altogether, Textron Systems employs 5,600 people.

AAI Corporation's products and services include unmanned aircraft and ground control technologies; training and simulation systems; automated aerospace test and maintenance equipment; armament systems; and logistical, engineering, supply chain and operational support services. Lycoming Engines specializes in the engineering, manufacture, service and support of piston aircraft engines. Overwatch is a provider of integrated intelligence software solutions and services, as well as satellite communications systems for the U.S. and international defense and intelligence communities. The company's products are utilized by counter-terrorism analysts, warfighters and first responders for intelligence integration, analysis and exploitation. Textron Defense Systems is a provider of "smart" weapons; airborne and ground-based sensors and surveillance systems; and protection systems for the defense, aerospace, and homeland security communities.

Textron Marine & Land Systems designs and manufactures advanced marine craft, surface-effect ships, armored combat vehicles, turrets, and related subsystems.

  • AAI Corporation
  • Lycoming Engines
  • Overwatch
  • Textron Defense Systems
  • Textron Marine & Land Systems
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