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BUSINESS SEGMENT YEAR-OVER-YEAR IMPROVEMENT
 
RANK BUSINESS SEGMENT CATEGORY FY 2012 SCORE
Y-O-Y 
CHANGE
1 Naval Systems 59.8 13.5%
2 Commercial Aircraft 60.3 11.3%
3 Radars / Sensors / Electronics Warfare / C4ISR 59.9 10.0%
4 Missile & Weapons Systems 62.6 7.1%
5 Military Aircraft 58.2 1.3%
6 Business Aircraft 53.0 -0.2%
7 Subsystems / Subassemblies 59.3 -1.3%
8 Civil & Military Training & Support Services 58.8 -1.7%
9 Avionic / Flight Management / Control Systems 59.9 -2.3%
10 Propulsion 53.0 -7.5%
11 Land Systems 44.9 -12.5%

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