81 : Milcom Systems Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $104,285,375
Defense revenue: $103,132,428
Civilian revenue: $1,152,947
2004 revenue: $104 million
2004 earnings : $1.3 million
2003 revenue: $93.8 million
2003 earnings: $1.1 million
Number of employees: 700
Headquarters: Virginia Beach, Va.
Web address: www.milcomsystems.com
President/CEO: Richard D. Fleming, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Stuart J. Harris, vice president, business development and marketing
Lines of business: Information technology, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence, combat surveillance systems and air traffic control
Major customers: Navy and Air Force
Major contracts/projects: Milcom is providing installation of shipboard physical security equipment on the Military Sealift Command and U.S. Navy ships under a Naval Surface Warfare Center contract.
Previous Profile: 2004
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