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SUMMARY RANKING - 2013
REVENUES GREATER THAN $20 BILLION
RANK COMPANY SCORE DATE
ANNUAL
REVENUE 
($ millions)
TOTAL SCORE
1 Boeing Dec. 12 $81,698 90.3
2 Lockheed Martin Dec. 12 $47,182 83.6
3 Northrop Grumman Dec. 12 $25,218 79.6
4 General Dynamics Dec. 12 $31,513 75.4
5 Raytheon Dec. 12 $24,414 75.3
6 Honeywell International Dec. 12 $37,665 73.8
7 BAE Systems Dec. 12 $26,619 72.2
8 EADS Dec. 12 $73,493 66.2
9 United Technologies Corp. Dec. 12 $57,708 60.1
10 Finmeccanica Dec. 12 $22,405 36.2
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