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Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division on Saturday deployed the 31st Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer the company built for the U.S. Navy. The company said Wednesday it transported the USS Paul Ignatius to a floating dry dock using Ingall Shipbuilding’s rail car system, then moved the dock away from the pier and ballasted the structure to float the ship. […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls shipbuilding division has secured a potential $13.7 million contract to provide design services for the U.S. Navy‘s LX(R) amphibious warfare ship replacement effort. HII said Tuesday LX(R) will replace the military branch’s Harpers Ferry– and Whidbey Island-class dock landing ships and use the same hull design as the San Antonio-class amphibious transport docks. Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, said the […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries will make a series of leadership moves within its Ingalls Shipbuilding division following the planned retirement of Richard Schenk from his role as vice president of program management. HII said Friday Kari Wilkinson will assume the role of Ingalls’ VP for program management on May 23 as the successor to Schenk, who will retire on July 1 after […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries has christened the 30th guided missile destroyer in the U.S. Navy’s Arleigh-Burke ship class. This ship is named after Medal of Honor awardee Ralph Johnson, who served in the Vietnam war from the age of 19, the company said Saturday. Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding President Brian Cuccias said the company aims to build on the company’s other programs such […] More
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson paid a visit to Huntington Ingalls Industries“™ shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Thursday. HII said Friday the company“™s Ingalls Shipbuilding division provided Richardson updates on the four classes of military vessels that it currently constructs for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard. “This trip allowed me to […] More
The state government of Mississippi has invested $20 million in Huntington Ingalls Industries“™ shipyard development project. Gov. Phil Bryant joined other state officials and Ingalls Shipbuilding President Brian Cuccias in a ceremonial signing of the bond bill that supports the Shipyard of the Future project, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “Mississippi’s financial investment in our Shipyard […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries subsidiary Ingalls Shipbuilding looked to strengthen its pre-employment program and Alabama’s technical workforce with a recent donation to Bishop State Community College. “This donation will help grow the number of skilled professionals in Alabama and support workforce development through technical education,“ Brian Cuccias, HII corporate vice president and Ingalls Shipbuilding president, said Sept. 10. According to HII, the […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries“™ shipbuilding arm demonstrated its continued support to ensure skilled professions for high school undergraduates with a $53,640 donation to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. HII said Wednesday that the money will be used to purchase welding machines for the school“™s Transitions Academy at West Harrison County Center in Long Beach, Mississippi. “Ingalls […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries has won a $23.5 million contract to develop an amphibious assault ship for the U.S. Navy in compliance with the service“™s cost-saving plan. Ingalls Shipbuilding division“™s engineers and planners will work to design and construct the Navy“™s amphibious assault ship LHA 8, Huntington Ingalls said Thursday. Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, said […] More
Sen. Thad Cochran visited an Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss. Monday to see the National Security Cutter Hamilton and other areas of the facility. “We were able to give him a tour of the yard and brief him on the four different classes of ships Ingalls is currently building for our U.S. Navy […] More
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