86 : Elbit Systems Ltd.
Top 100 Revenue: $155,428,749
Defense revenue: $155,428,749
Civilian revenue: $-
2006 revenue: $1.5 billion
2006 earnings : $72.2 million
2005 revenue: $1.1 billion
2005 earnings: $32.5 million
Number of employees: 8000
Headquarters: Haifa, Israel
Web address: www.elbitsystems.com
President/CEO: Robert Elrod, president and CEO
Ticker: NASDAQ: ELST
Lines of business: Aircraft and helicopter systems and upgrades, helmet mounted systems, unmanned air vehicles systems, C4I and government information systems, land vehicle systems and upgrades, EO and countermeasures systems and products, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, homeland security systems, training and simulation, Naval systems and services
Major customers: Army, Marine Corps and Air Force
Major contracts/projects: Kollsman Inc., an Elbit Systems subsidiary, received two follow-on orders worth $51 million from the Marine Corps for laser target designator systems. The technology provides a bull''s eye for units to target enemy troops and equipment with munitions specifically designed for laser guidance and high accuracy. EFW, another Elbit subsidiary, is providing the helmet display and tracking system for the Army''s Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter under a $51 million contract.
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