10 Companies Profiting Most from Wars

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10 Companies Profiting Most from Wars

11 January 2013
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(For details see: http://www.nbcnews.com/business/10-companies-profiting-most-war-330249 )

Below, you will see the magnitude of the devil, a.k.a. The USA-INC, stealing hundreds of billions of dollars from our tax money to use the children of poor Americans to kill the children of poor people in other countries to benefit multinational corporations. The euphemistically called Department of Defense (DoD) has been an Department of Aggression (DoA) for about century. These companies are the enemies of American people and humanity:

1. Lockheed Martin 

  • Arms sales 2010: $35.73 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $45.80 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 78 percent
  • Total profit: $2.93 billion
  • Total employment: 132,000
  • Sector: Aircraft, Electronics, Missiles, Space

2. BAE Systems

  • Arms sales 2010: $32.88 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $34.61 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 95 percent
  • Total profit: $1.67 billion
  • Total employment: 98,200
  • Sector: Aircraft, Artillery, Electronics, Missiles, Military vehicles, Small arms/ammunition, Ships

3. Boeing 

  • Arms sales 2010: $31.36 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $64.31 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 49 percent
  • Total profit: $3.31 billion
  • Total employment: 160,500
  • Sector: Aircraft, Electronics, Missiles, Space

4. Northrop Grumman 

  • Arms sales 2010: $28.15 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $34.76 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 81 percent
  • Total profit: $2.05 billion
  • Total employment: 117,100
  • Sector: Aircraft, Electronics, Missiles, Ships, Space

5. General Dynamics

  • Arms sales 2010: $23.94 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $32.47 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 74 percent
  • Total profit: $2.62 billion
  • Total employment: 90,000
  • Sector: Artillery, Electronics, Military vehicles, Small arms/ammunition, Ships

6. Raytheon (NYSE: RTN)

  • Arms sales 2010: $22.98 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $25.18 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 91%
  • Total profit: $1.88 billion
  • Total employment: 72,400
  • Sector: Electronics, Missiles

7. EADS

  • Arms sales 2010: $16.36 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $60.60 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 27%
  • Total profit: $0.73 billion
  • Total employment: 121,690
  • Sector: Aircraft, Electronics, Missiles, Space

8. Finmeccanica

  • Arms sales 2010: $14.41 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $24.76 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 58%
  • Total profit: $0.74 billion
  • Total employment: 75,200
  • Sector: Aircraft, Artillery, Electronics, Missiles, Military vehicles, Small arms/ammunition

9. L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL)

  • Arms sales 2010: $13.07 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $15.68 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 83%
  • Total profit: $0.96 billion
  • Total employment: 63,000
  • Sector: Electronics, Services

10. United Technologies (NYSE: UTX)

  • Arms sales 2010: $11.41 billion
  • Total sales 2010: $54.33 billion
  • Arms sales as pct. of total sales: 21%
  • Total profit: $4.71 billion
  • Total employment: 208,220
  • Sector: Aircraft, Electronics, Engines