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Ron Hutter and Mike Sousa of General Electric told Defense News in an interview published Thursday about the company's proposed technology for the U.S. Army's Improved Turbine Engine Program. ITEP seeks to build a new engine for integration with the service branch's existing helicopters and aircraft under the Future Vertical Lift program. Hutter, executive director […] More
General Dynamics plans to make an $850 million investment in its operations in Connecticut to support the production of 12 Columbia-class ballistic missile submarines for the U.S. Navy under a potential $5 billion contract awarded in 2017, the Connecticut Post reported Tuesday. General Dynamics Electric Boat plans to establish a new dry dock in Groton, Conn., […] More
A General Dynamics subsidiary plans to employ an additional 2,200 workers in 2018 to support submarine engineering, design, operations and fabrication work in Groton, Connecticut, and Quonset Point, Rhode Island, The Day reported Monday. Jeffrey Geiger, president of General Dynamics Electric Boat, told state and local officials in Groton Monday that the company hired at […] More
A General Dynamics subsidiary has granted the “Approved Forging Supplier“ designation to IBC Advanced Alloys. IBC secured the status after General Dynamics Electric Boat performed audits on the former company's metal forging facility in Franklin, Indiana, IBC said in a Sept. 13 news release. “We are very pleased to be named an approved forging supplier […] More
General Dynamics' Electric Boat subsidiary has launched the 13th Virginia-class nuclear submarine of the U.S. Navy at its shipyard in Groton, Connecticut. First Lady Michelle Obama served as the sponsor for USS Illinois (SSN 786) and Navy Secretary Ray Mabus delivered the keynote address during the christening ceremony Saturday, General Dynamics said Saturday. Electric Boat will hand […] More
General Dynamics‘ Electric Boat subsidiary will perform research and development work for submarine technology areas and manufacture missile compartments for the U.S. Navy under $35.8 million in contract awards, the company said Wednesday. Electric Boat will focus its R&D work on manufacturability, hydrodynamics, acoustics, hull integrity, ship control, logistics and other matters under one $19.8 million contract modification. […] More
General Dynamics' Electric Boat subsidiary has signed a new lease agreement with real estate firm Quonset Development Corp. to add nearly 42 acres to the existing 100 acres of leased space at Quonset business park in Rhode Island. QDC’s board of directors approved the 25-year agreement as Electric Boat seeks to meet the U.S. Navy's submarine program […] More
General Dynamics' Electric Boat subsidiary has won two contracts with a combined value of $16.8 million to help the U.S. Navy maintain submarines. Electric Boat will continue performing nuclear maintenance, management, planning, training and repair works for submarines docked at the Groton, Mass.-based Naval Submarine Base under one contract worth $8.8 million, General Dynamics said Friday. […] More
General Dynamics has promoted Kevin Poitras to president of the company’s Electric Boat subsidiary, effective May 2, the company announced Wednesday. The nearly four-decade Electric Boat veteran will succeed John Casey, who was promoted to executive vice president of the company’s marine systems group (for more on Casey’s promotion click over to GovCon Wire). Poitras […] More
Bollinger Shipyards has christened a new ocean transport barge that was developed to support a General Dynamics subsidiary’s construction of new ballistic missile submarines. General Dynamics Electric Boat will use the Holland barge, which measures 400 feet by 100 feet, in efforts to build and maintain Columbia-class and Virginia-class submarines for the U.S. Navy, Bollinger […] More
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