Shadow UAS


Textron Systems CUSV®


Textron Systems’
share of Textron
2019 revenues

Textron Systems develops and integrates products, services, and support for aerospace and defense customers, as well as civil and commercial customers around the globe. Textron Systems’ product lines consist of Unmanned Systems, Marine and Land Systems, and Simulation, Training and Other which design, manufacture, field and support comprehensive solutions that expand customer capabilities and deliver value.

2019 Revenues
by region

2019 revenues
by product line

2019 revenues
by customer

Key data

(Dollars in millions) 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
Textron Systems
Revenues 1,325 1,464 1,840 1,756 1,520
Segment profit 141 156 139 186 129
Segment profit margin 10.6% 10.7% 7.6% 10.6% 8.5%
Backlog 1,211 1,469 1,406 1,841 2,328
Total assets 2,352 2,254 2,330 2,508 2,398
Capital expenditures 38 39 60 71 86
Depreciation and amortization 48 54 65 75 80


(In millions) 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
Unmanned Systems 572 612 714 763 686
Marine and Land Systems 208 311 470 294 188
Simulation, Training and Other 545 541 656 699 646
Total revenues 1,325 1,464 1,840 1,756 1,520

Aerosonde® Small Unmanned
Aircraft System

Lycoming iE2 Integrated
Electronic Engine

Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC)




Unmanned Systems
Aircraft Systems
Unmanned Systems’ multi-mission-capable unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are utilized worldwide. The business’s platforms include the Shadow® Tactical UAS (which has surpassed one million flight hours), the Aerosonde® Small UAS, the Aerosonde HQ, and the next-generation NIGHT WARDENTM Tactical UAS.
Surface Systems
Unmanned Systems manufactures the Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSVTM), the U.S. Navy’s first USV program of record, based on the larger Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) program.
Control Stations
and Remote
Unmanned Systems also manufactures variations of command-and-control systems and collaboration technologies including the Synturian® family of multi-domain control and collaboration technologies and the Universal Ground Control Station (UGCS), as well as the U.S. Army program of record One System® Remote Video Terminal (OSRVTTM), Remote Tactical Terminal (RT2®) and RT2-B (Bandit) variants.
Support Solutions provides sustainment efforts for UAS, fixed-, and rotory-wing aircraft and marine and land vehicles. Manned and unmanned service offerings include: curriculum development, technical publications and training, maintenance and operation services. End-to-end logistics support offerings include: spares, repairs, provisioning and performance-based logistics. Our Field Service Representatives provide reliability, maintainability, availability, repair and supportability analysis.
Marine & Land Systems
Marine Craft Textron Systems’ marine craft include the Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC) and the Motor Lifeboat. The SSC is the next generation of the Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC), offering increased reliability, maintainability and payload for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. The Motor Lifeboat (MLB), which has been in service for more than 20 years, is a rugged, highly survivable, all-aluminum rescue boat that enhances customers’ ability to perform a variety of operations in heavy weather conditions.
Land Vehicles The business designs, manufactures and supports the next generation of combat vehicles for the U.S. military, international militaries, special operations forces, police forces and civilian entities around the globe. The vehicles manufactured by Systems include the family of COMMANDO® 4x4 armored vehicles, the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) RIPSAW® m5, Small Multi-Purpose Equipment Transport (SMET) Grizzly™, and Thermite™ remote firefighting robot. Each of these vehicles offers their customer a range of protection, survivability, versatility, reliability and sustainability for their unique multi-mission capabilities.
Simulation, Training and Other
Lycoming Engines Lycoming Engines offers a complete line of Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) Certificated and Experimental category aviation piston engines: horizontally opposed, air-cooled, four-, six- and eight-cylinder aircraft engines; the world’s only FAA Certificated aerobatic piston and helicopter piston engines; iE2 Integrated Electronic Engines; a high power density, liquid-cooled, jet fuel-burning diesel cycle engine; and a single-cylinder, jet fuel-burning, spark-ignited engine. In addition, Lycoming Engines offers a complete range of support services, from engines to spare parts, for the general aviation and experimental segments.
Electronic Systems Electronic Systems is a leader in the development and production of innovative, high-technology products and services for commercial, military, and government customers in the U.S. and internationally. It designs and manufactures a broad range of radio frequency, electro-optic, laser, and infrared devices used in training, test/evaluation, and operational applications from the laboratory to the range to the battlefield. The business provides trainers and simulators for embedded shipboard naval crews, air defense, electronic combat, space operations and control, as well as reconfigurable mission system trainers. Electronic Systems also offers advanced geospatial intelligence solutions and services, which enable users to achieve enhanced productivity and geospatial awareness through management, discovery and analysis of the variety and magnitude of data at their disposal.
TRU Simulation +
Training—Flight and
Training Simulators
For the global civil and defense aviation market, products range from Full Flight Simulators to Flat Panel Trainers for both fixed wing and rotorcraft. TRU offers a comprehensive array of upgradable and scalable products that meet all levels of qualification. TRU products utilize subsystems, such as the TRU Control Loading System powered by REALFeel® technology, REALCueTM motion controller as well as the REALVibeTM six degree of freedom mini-motion cueing and vibration platform. For the defense market, products also include complete maintenance training suites for aircraft, such as the C-17 and F-22.
Textron Airborne
Textron Airborne Solutions’ unit Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) has provided the U.S. Department of Defense with supersonic and subsonic adversary services for more than 20 years. With locations supporting East and West Coast U.S. operations, Hawaii and Japan, ATAC has pioneered outsourced commercial tactical airborne training support to the U.S. military and international partners.
Weapons and
Sensor Systems
Weapon and Sensors offers advanced precision-guided weapons systems, airborne and ground-based sensors and surveillance systems, and protection systems for the defense and aerospace industries.