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With more than 90% of its sales generated by the Pentagon, Homeland Security, and intelligence agencies, Anteon is positioned to notch robust growth in critical national-security areas. The biggest driver last year: simulation and training for Army troops bound for urban-warfare operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The company also provides the intelligence community with high-tech systems. And Anteon upgrades existing weapons systems for so-called joint operations so that, for example, a Navy submarine can communicate with an Air Force plane overhead. All of this produced a 20.7% rise in revenues for the 12 months ended in March and a 50% jump in total return to shareholders over the 12 months ended in May.
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All figures are for the most recent available 12 months.
* Latest available data for the 12-month period ended Dec. 31, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Mar. 31, or Apr. 30. For companies that do not report quarterly, the most recent annual data were used.
Data provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat, BusinessWeek
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