Donald Trump’s upset victory Tuesday has brought joy to the defense industry.

Here’s a snapshot from Google Finance.

General Dynamics:

Raytheon:

 

Lockheed Martin:

 

Boeing:

Trump campaigned on maintaining a strong military, but also voiced some skepticism about overseas military engagements and overpayments to defense contractors. The defense stocks surging is a sign that investors believe that Trump will be significantly more supportive of their priorities than he may have let on.

Top photo: Trump speaking aboard the World War II Battleship USS Iowa on Sept. 15, 2015.