The next 5-10 years are bound to see changes in the structure of the global defense sector. That structure has evolved since the 1990s consolidation from which emerged five major U.S. contractors—with defense sales in excess of $10 billion—and four national defense champions in Europe. The 2000s saw the rise and fall of companies that addressed the immediate needs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and more recently a bevy of public defense services companies in the U.S. have ...

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