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SUMMARY RANKING - 2011
REVENUES BETWEEN $5 - $20 BILLION
RANK COMPANY SCORE DATE
ANNUAL
REVENUE 
($ millions)
TOTAL SCORE
1 Dassault Aviation Dec. 12 $5,134 78.7
2 Exelis Dec. 12 $5,522 76.6
3 Rolls-Royce Dec. 12 $19,477 70.8
4 Embraer Dec. 12 $5,956 67.4
5 Precision Castparts Dec. 12 $7,876 65.3
6 Bombardier Dec. 12 $16,709 65.3
7 Oshkosh Dec. 12 $8,074 64.9
8 Textron Dec. 12 $12,237 59.7
9 Huntington Ingalls Dec. 12 $6,708 58.8
10 Thales Dec. 12 $18,423 58.4
11 Safran Dec. 12 $17,965 58.4
12 L-3 Communications Dec. 12 $13,146 56.8
13 Rheinmetall Dec. 12 $6,121 54.1
14 Serco Group Dec. 12 $7,869 53.4
15 Allegheny Technologies Dec. 12 $5,032 48.3
16 Harris Dec. 12 $5,103 48.3
17 Spirit Aerosystems Dec. 12 $5,398 40.6

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