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Thursday, Dec 13, 2012 - Last Blog on Earth | News

Awww... Seasons greetings from a military contractor

NASSCO wishes us a joyous New Year

By Dave Maass
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- Source: General Dynamics NASSCO

Nothing quite warms the soul than a heartfelt greeting card from a defense contractor. 

As the nation tiptoes along the edge of the fiscal cliff and military spending faces mandatory cuts due to sequestration, as North Korea tests a rocket and global leaders worry about Syrian chemical weapons, it's reassuring to know that General Dynamics (which reported more than $36 billion in revenue last year) is wishing us prosperity and joy in the New Year. 

Here's the Christmas card we received from the public-relations team for NASSCO, which builds naval vessels in San Diego:

 

 

 
 
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