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A General Dynamics business has delivered the first of John Lewis-class replenishment oilers to the U.S. Navy after the vessel underwent a series of crew demonstrations that were reviewed by the branch’s inspection and survey board. The service said Thursday that Military Sealift Command will serve as the operator of USNS John Lewis to deliver […] More
General Dynamics‘ shipbuilding company christened the U.S. Navy’s first John Lewis-class replenishment oiler during a recent ceremony in San Diego, California. The future USNS John Lewis was completed only half a decade after the award of a construction contract in 2016, General Dynamics’ National Steel and Shipbuilding Company said Saturday. The 742-foot-long and 49,850-tonner ship […] More
A General Dynamics subsidiary has begun to construct the first of six future U.S. Navy replenishment tankers designed to supply the service branch’s carrier strike group with fuel. General Dynamics NASSCO and Navy representatives gathered Thursday to celebrate the cutting of USNS John Lewis fleet oiler’s first piece of steel, the company said Friday. The ship will be built to carry […] More
A General Dynamics subsidiary has won a potential $89.1 million contract to help the U.S. Navy implement an extended dry-docking restricted availability effort for the USS Higgins guided missile destroyer. NASSCO will modernize, repair and maintain the Arleigh Burke-class ship for the service branch, the Defense Department said Wednesday. The Naval Sea Systems Command will obligate $72.5 million in fiscal […] More
General Dynamics‘ NASSCO subsidiary has officially transferred a second Expeditionary Sea Base platform to the U.S. Navy. The Military Sealift Command will operate the USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams (ESB 4) ship that NASSCO constructed at a San Diego shipyard, the Naval Sea Systems Command said Thursday. ESB 4 is named after a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who received the […] More
General Dynamics‘ NASSCO subsidiary has begun construction of the first of two containerships for public shipping company Matson Navigation at a shipyard in San Diego. NASSCO said Wednesday the Kanaloa-class vessel will have a maximum cargo capacity of 3,500 twenty-foot equivalent unit and be powered by liquefied natural gas-capable engines. The 870-foot-long ship was designed by NASSCO and its partner Daewoo Shipbuilding […] More
General Dynamics‘ NASSCO subsidiary has kicked off construction of a follow-on mobile sea base for the U.S. Navy under a previously awarded contract. The company said Thursday the fifth ship in the military branch’s Expeditionary Transfer Dock/ Expeditionary Sea Base program will be built with a 52,000-square-foot flight deck, accommodation areas for up to 250 personnel, repair, mission planning, fuel and equipment storage rooms. […] More
General Dynamics has received a $42 million contract modification to conduct repairs and alterations on the USS Oak Hill dock landing ship of the U.S. Navy. The company said Thursday its NASSCO subsidiary will provide ballast tank preservation, habitability upgrade, close-in weapons system repairs and engine replacement services under the cost-plus-award-fee contract. NASSCO will perform work in Norfolk, Virginia and is […] More
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