Maryland officials pressed their attack yesterday in the battle with Virginia to land the corporate headquarters of General Dynamics Corp., the maker of such military hardware as the the F-16 fighter plane, Tomahawk cruise missile and M-1A1 tank.
After hosting the top executives of the nation's second-largest defense contractor at a State House dinner Tuesday night, Gov. William Donald Schaefer disclosed yesterday that the state will present to General Dynamics no later than noon tomorrow a package of incentives designed to lure the St. Louis-based company to the Maryland suburbs of Washington.
On other fronts:
* The state's legislative leaders sent a letter to William...