Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) is an American Fortune 500 shipbuilding company formed on March 31, 2011 as a spin-off of Northrop Grumman.

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  • Tripoli (LHA 7) Christening Ceremony | Ingalls Shipbuilding
    Ingalls Shipbuilding christens the large deck amphibious assault ship Tripoli (LHA 7) on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Ship's Sponsor is Mrs. Lynne Mabus, wife of The Honorable Ray Mabus, 75th Secretary of the Navy and former Governor of the State of Mississippi.
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  • Enterprise (CVN 80) First Cut of Steel Ceremony
    On August 24, Newport News Shipbuilding celebrated the ceremonial first cut of steel of Enterprise (CVN 80). During the ceremony, NNS President Jennifer Boykin​ and Ship’s Sponsors and Olympic​ gold medalists Simone Biles​ and Katie Ledecky​ signed the plate that will become part of Enterprise’s foundation.
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  • Enterprise CVN80 Ship's Sponsors Tour
    CVN80 Ship’s Sponsors Katie Ledecky and Simone Biles begin their lifelong connection to Enterprise with a tour of Newport News Shipbuilding. Along with their families, they met NNS shipbuilders, Navy crew and saw up close, aircraft carriers in their various stages of life. The Olympic gold medalists talk about how honored they feel to be named sponsors in this highlight video below.
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  • Jennifer Boykin Kesselring Town Hall
    Newport News Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin spent the day at the Kesselring Site in New York earlier this month as she continued her #LetsGetStarted town hall meetings.
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  • Portland (LPD 27) Acceptance Trials
    The amphibious transport dock Portland #LPD27 successfully completed acceptance sea trials. The U.S. Navy San Antonio-class ship, built at Ingalls Shipbuilding, spent last week with the U.S. Navy’s Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV), performing more than 200 trial events that included both in-port and underway portions
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  • USS George Washington RCH Arrival
    Aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) arrived at Newport News Shipbuilding on Friday, Aug. 3 for its refueling and complex overhaul (RCOH). While at NNS, the ship will undergo extensive maintenance and modernization work. Watch a video of CVN 73 transiting from Norfolk to NNS through the Hampton Roads Harbor and up James River into Dry Dock 11.
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  • EH&S Water Bottle Wednesdays for NNS Shipbuilders
    Environmental Health and Safety staff and members of the NNS management team hand out bottled water to shipbuilders each Wednesday during the summer of 2017. This is just one of many ways that EH&S reminds shipbuilders to remain safe while working here at Newport News Shipbuilding and also in their personal lives outside the gates.
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  • The Shape of Freedom
    Our freedom is shaped by steel. Our freedom is shaped by responsiveness, speed and stealth. Our freedom is shaped by nearly 37,000 men and women worldwide
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  • VCS Program Safety and Engagement
    The Virginia-Class Submarine Program is on track to have its safest year ever – for the second consecutive year. In a video message, Matt Needy, vice president for the VCS Program and Fleet Services, said 2016 was the safest year in the history of the program. And the first half of 2017 trended even safer, with 30 percent fewer injuries reported than at the same point last year. The program has ex...
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  • Glen McClure: Shipyard Workers of Hampton Roads-Behind the Scenes
    Go behind the scenes with Photographer Glen McClure who visited Newport News Shipbuilding back in 2014 to photograph shipbuilders throughout the yard for his new photo exhibition: Glen McClure, Shipyard Workers of Hampton Roads which is on display at several art museums throughout Hampton Roads area now until the Fall of 2017.
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  • Inclusion and Diversity: Generations
    Everyday shipbuilders of all ages and from various backgrounds come to work with one common goal: To build the greatest ships in the world for the U.S. Navy. But how does age help or hinder that goal? In the company’s latest Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) video, shipbuilders discuss how different generations of people with differing viewpoints, work styles and ideas can work together to achieve suc...
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  • FOCUS NNS #46 BREAKOUT: NNS TRIPLE PLAY
    Join Bryan Moore and Aaron Pritchett for a special break out session of Focus NNS. During the episode, shipbuilders and Chris Miner (Vice President, In-Service Aircraft Carrier Programs) reflect on the recent and rare TRIPLE PLAY at Newport News Shipbuilding. The delivery of three ships from three different programs to the U.S. Navy all in the month of May: Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), Abraham Linco...
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  • FOCUS NNS: Building Our Future Town Hall, Habitat for Humanity, and Triple Play
    The July edition of Focus NNS includes a Building Our Future Town Hall Meetings and the introduction of Jennifer Boykin as the 20th president of Newport News Shipbuilding, the dedication of the 15th Habitat for Humanity Home built by NNS and three ships delivered in one month to the U.S. Navy better known as the “Triple Play.” Join host Bryan Moore for the latest news from Newport News Shipbuildi...
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  • NNS Dedicates 15th Habitat for Humanity House
    Newport News Shipbuilding joined elected officials and community leaders June 29 to dedicate the 15th house shipyard volunteers have constructed in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg since 2002. The ribbon-cutting welcomed Tanya Johnson and her children—Shane, Sadie and Charles—to their new home. In attendance were State Sen. Mamie Locke; State Del. Marcia Pri...
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  • Mulherin Sounds Shipyard Whistle Signifying His “Last Shift”
    On June 30, 2017, Matt Mulherin was joined at the Power House by new Newport News Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin, representatives from the Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and other shipbuilders for a short ceremony commemorating the end of his last shift as president.
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  • Jennifer Boykin - Independence Day 2017
    NNS President Jennifer Boykin released a special Independence Day video message July 3. Shipbuilders from around the yard are also featured in the video sharing what Independence Day means to them.
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  • Indiana (SSN 789) Rollout and Launch
    ​Newport News Shipbuilding successfully launched Indiana (SSN 789) into the James River June 3-4. The submarine was moved out of a construction facility into a floating dry dock using a transfer car system.
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  • "Building Our Future" Town Hall highlights
    In June, a series of town hall meetings were held with employees. Matt Mulherin, who will retire in July, thanked shipbuilders for their service and introduced that new president of Newport News Shipbuilding, Jennifer Boykin.
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  • Education Assistance Program to reopen July 1
    Susan Jacobs, vice president of Human Resources and Administration, announces that Newport News Shipbuilding will reopen its Education Assistance Program to all employees July 1, 2017. In the video message, Jacobs highlights major changes to the Education Assistance Program such as the annual tuition reimbursement cap and new requirements. Learn more: http://nns.huntingtoningalls.com/educationass...
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  • National Security Cutter Midgett (WMSL 757) Translation
    Even thunderstorms and lightning can’t stop shipbuilders from getting the job done. Watch this time lapse of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Midgett (WMSL 757) being rolled to its launch position at Ingalls Shipbuilding. Well done, shipbuilders!
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  • John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) Lower Stern Lift
    Shipbuilders at Newport News Shipbuilding lifted the lower stern of CVN 79 into place. The lower stern, which weights 932 metric tons, consists of 30 individual units and includes the ship’s rudders, steering gear rooms and electrical power distribution room.
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  • John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) Lower Stern Lift
    John F. Kennedy’s lower stern was lifted into place at Newport News Shipbuilding, where the second Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier is now 50 percent structurally complete.
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  • CVN 78 Highlights: First Cut of Steel to Delivery
    Newport News Shipbuilding delivered aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) to the U.S. Navy on May 31, 2017. CVN 78 is named for the 38th President of the United States and is the first in a class of next-generation aircraft carriers designed to replace Nimitz-class aircraft carriers. The Ford class features a new nuclear power plant, a redesigned island, electromagnetic catapults, improved weap...
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  • Jennifer Boykin Invites Shipbuilders to Town Hall Sessions
    In her first yard-wide communication, Incoming Newport News Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin personally invites shipbuilders to town hall sessions in June 2017. During the sessions, Boykin will discuss her top priorities and vision for the future of the company.
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  • Congratulations From Matt Needy
    Congratulations Newport News Shipbuilders! Take a moment to watch a special video message from Matt Needy, vice president for the Virginia Class Submarine Program and Fleet Services Division at Newport News Shipbuilding, regarding the delivery of Washington (SSN 787) on May 26, 2017.
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  • Building on the Legacy: JFK 100
    The 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s birth is May 29, 2017. In honor of his centennial, shipbuilders working on aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) share how they are proud to continue his legacy. The shipbuilders also give a brief update on how construction is going since the keel for CVN 79 was laid in August 2015.

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