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Andy Green, EVP and President of Technical Solutions at Huntington Ingalls Industries, Named to 2021 Wash100 for Driving Strategic Growth; Forming Key Partnerships

Andy Green Huntington Ingalls Industries

Executive Mosaic is pleased to introduce Andy Green, executive vice president and president of Technical Solutions at Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), as a winner of the 2021 Wash100 Award, the highest honor the government contracting (GovCon) sector has to offer, for his efforts to drive strategic growth for HII through significant contract awards and key partnerships with industry leaders.

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Huntington Ingalls Division Unveils Navy’s 2nd America-Class Amphibious Assault Ship

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division has rolled out a second America-class amphibious assault ship from a floating dry dock following completion of preparation work on the ship’s hull. HII said Wednesday it launched Tripoli, or LHA 7, for the U.S. Navy approximately 13 weeks ahead of schedule. Ingalls Shipbuilding expects to begin the construction of the service …

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Janus Global Operations Supports JDR Energy Personnel in Libya; Jason Woods Comments

Janus Global Operations has provided JDR Energy employees in Libya and in other unstable areas worldwide with security support services to help the latter’s personnel operate and work in areas that face factional and political instability. JGO said Thursday its support group in Libya includes a management team based in Tripoli and functioning operations center that …

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Mark Edwards: Huntington Ingalls' New Assault Ship to Incorporate TenCate-Built Armor Materials

Huntington Ingalls Industries has selected the armor materials from TenCate for its new amphibious assault ship that is being developed under a $2.38 billion incentive contract. Huntington Ingalls will combine the Tripoli (LHA 7) assault ship with TenCate-built composite armor, TenCate said Tuesday. “We are proud that Huntington has selected …

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