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Huntington Ingalls Industries and General Dynamics have expressed interest in the U.S. Navy‘s program for icebreaker vessels after the administration proposed to accelerate the buying process, Reuters reported Tuesday. Andrea Shalal writes the proposal brought forward the acquisition to 2020 from 2022 due to increasing commerce and maritime traffic in the Arctic and to keep resources at […] More
BAE Systems has received a four-year extension of its air operations support to the Australian military under a $6.35 million contract for mission system support services. The company said Tuesday it will perform the work under Australia’s Air Component ““ Command and Control Capability System program. BAE added that it will deploy 10 employees to an Australian air base in New South Wales and […] More
A Huntington Ingalls Industries division has begun to test steam-powered engines and electrical generators of the U.S. Navy‘s USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier. “Once the work and final testing, including sea trials, is complete, Lincoln will be redelivered to the Navy as one of the most technologically advanced Nimitz-class carriers in the fleet,” Chris Miner, […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division has laid the keel for the future USS John F. Kennedy aircraft carrier at a ceremony in Newport News, Virginia. Sponsored by former President Kennedy's daughter Caroline Kennedy, the carrier will be the second ship of the Gerald R. Ford carrier class, HII said Saturday. The carrier is designated CVN 79 and […] More
Karen Velkey, formerly director of corporate compensation at Huntington Ingalls Industries, has been promoted to corporate VP of benefits and compensation. She will report directly to Chief Human Resources Officer and Corporate VP Bill Ermatinger and oversee the company’s executive compensation, salary and wage administration, deferred compensation, health and welfare insurance, retirement and incentive programs, […] More
A Huntington Ingalls Industries division has received a designation given by the American Heart Association to companies that promote exercise and wellness programs in the workplace. This is the third year that Ingalls Shipbuilding has earned the Fit-Friendly Worksite status and the organization’s second year to receive the Platinum Fit-Friendly designation from AHA, HII said […] More
General Atomics has secured a production contract from the U.S. Navy to provide the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System and Advanced Arresting Gear for the USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) aircraft carrier. The company said Monday its electromagnetic systems group will provide program management, design, engineering and manufacturing services at its facility in Mississippi and subcontract component manufacturing to other U.S. vendors. […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division has been awarded a $23.8 million contract to help modernize the U.S. Navy‘s USS George H.W. Bush aircraft carrier. Newport News Shipbuilding will help the military service procure, build and test systems for the modernization of the nuclear-powered vessel, HII said Monday. “We first delivered the ship in […] More
John “Jay” Donnelly serves as vice president of program integration and assessment at Huntington Ingalls Industries. In this capacity, Donnelly oversees the shipbuilder's research and development efforts and strategic initiatives and leads collaboration with federal agencies, trade groups and universities. Prior to joining HII in 2013, he worked at Oceaneering International's advanced technologies unit as […] More
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $72 million contract to produce a C4ISR technology for an eighth National Security Cutter that Huntington Ingalls Industries is building for the U.S. Coast Guard. The C4ISR platform will be designed to help Midgett NSC’s crew track and engage targets as well as communicate with other Coast Guard maritime, air […] More
Several technology companies are developing power generation systems and methods to operate unmanned undersea vehicles for an extended period of time, National Defense Magazine reports. Yasmin Tadjdeh writes Rich Granger, business development lead at Battelle‘s maritime systems business, told the magazine that the company has designed a platform that aims to transfer power and data […] More
Navy League of the U.S. has presented the 2015 Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Award to retired Irwin Edenzon, president of Ingalls Shipbuilding from 2011 to 2014, citing his decades-long work on sea services for the military branch. Edenzon was nominated for the prize by Mike Petters, president and CEO of Ingalls parent company Huntington […] More
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