-- General Dynamics Canada to provide software for NATO ground surveillance
-- General Dynamics acquires Applied Physical Sciences
-- General Dynamics acquires Fidelis Security Systems
The U.S. Marine Corps LAV-A2 is a mobile system for conducting a variety of missions, such as security, reconnaissance, offensive and defensive operations as part of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force. The eight-wheeled vehicle operates on land and water. It is equipped with armor protection and an automatic fire-suppression system for crew protection, as well as a suspension system for mobility. The first delivery for the Marine Corps contract is scheduled for June 2014 and the last delivery will be made in October 2014.