Tag Archives: National Security Cutter

HII Christens 30th Arleigh-Burke Destroyer Ralph Johnson; Brian Cuccias Comments

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 …

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Huntington Ingalls, Coast Guard Hold Keel Authentication Ceremony on Legend-Class Cutter Kimball

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division and the U.S. Coast Guard held a keel authentication ceremony for the service branch’s seventh Legend-class National Security Cutter at the company’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Friday. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft served as the keynote speaker during the ceremony for the NSC Kimball (WMSL …

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Huntington Ingalls, Coast Guard Name Legend-Class Cutter ‘Munro’

Huntington Ingalls Industries and the U.S. Coast Guard christened the agency’s sixth National Security Cutter ship during a christening ceremony Saturday at the company’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The company’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division unveiled the Legend-class NSC ship’s name as Munro at the ceremony attended by nearly 600 guests, HII said Saturday. Munro, a 418-foot-long vessel, is named after …

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Huntington Ingalls Unveils Sixth US Coast Guard National Security Cutter; Derek Murphy Comments

Huntington Ingalls Industries has completed the sixth U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter for the agency to use in maritime security mission. The Ingalls Shipbuilding division unveiled Munro on Saturday and transported the ship to the floating dry dock aboard Ingalls’ rail car system, Huntington Ingalls said Monday. Munro scheduled for delivery to …

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HII Hands Over NSC ‘James’ to US Coast Guard; Jim French Comments

Huntington Ingalls Industries business Ingalls Shipbuilding has turned over the Legend-class cutter James to the U.S. Coast Guard. The service received the national security cutter Friday and is scheduled to commission the vessel in Boston on Aug. 8, HII said Friday. Jim French, NSC program manager at Ingalls Shipbuilding, said the NSC program “continues …

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Huntington Ingalls, Coast Guard Christen National Security Cutter ‘James’

Huntington Ingalls Industries and the U.S. Coast Guard christened the agency’s fifth national security cutter — “James” during a ceremony at the company’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss. The company’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division is scheduled to deliver James in the next summer, Huntington Ingalls said Saturday. “The boundaries surrounding illegal migrant activity, weapons, drug smuggling and …

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Huntington Ingalls Tests Fourth Coast Guard National Security Cutter; Jim French, Richard Schenk Comment

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Huntington Ingalls Industries has completed the sea tests for the U.S. Coast Guard‘s fourth national security cutter. The testing team assessed the propulsion, electrical, damage control, anchor handling, small boat operations and combat systems of the Hamilton cutter for three days, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “It’s a team effort to …

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Huntington Ingalls Subcontracts Lockheed for Coast Guard Cutter C4ISR System; Joe Buss Comments

Huntington Ingalls Industries has awarded Lockheed Martin a $69 million subcontract to provide a C4ISR system for the U.S. Coast Guard‘s USCGC Kimball, the seventh vessel in the agency’s National Security Cutter fleet. Lockheed said Wednesday it has also supplied the C4ISR system for the six previous NSCs to help users gather and exchange maritime data, detect …

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Jim McKinney: Huntington Ingalls, Coast Guard Aim for ‘James’ Cutter to Enter Seas in 2015

A Huntington Ingalls Industries division has begun construction of the company’s fifth national security cutter ship for the U.S. Coast Guard. Ingalls Shipbuilding plans to deliver the James cutter to the Coast Guard in 2015, Huntington Ingalls said Tuesday. “Now we look forward to completing the construction so we can take her to sea …

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