Appendix 2
Global Trends in Defense Aerospace

U.S. Defense Outlays

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Appendix 2 Global Trends in Defense Aerospace U.S. Defense Outlays

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Declines Are Hitting Procurement Hard Weapon System Procurement Levels (Fiscal Year)

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International Defense Market International Markets Are Becoming More Important U.S. Combat Aircraft Production

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The US Defense Industry - 1996 Pro Forma The European Aerospace Industry 1995 Sales Company   $11.0B Dassault Aerospatiale (France) 10.0B DASA (Germany) 9.5B Airbus (Consortium) 9.0B British Aerospace (UK) 7.5B Thomson CSF (France) 4.7B GEC Marconi (UK) 3.6B Finmeccanica (Italy) 2.1B Celsius (Sweden) 2.1B Matra (France)

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Military Export Sales