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Ingalls Shipbuilding is located in Pascagoula, Miss. on 800 acres of land along the Pascagoula River. Employing 11,500 employees, Ingalls is the largest manufacturing employer in Mississippi and a major contributor to the economic growth of Mississippi and Alabama. Ingalls is the largest supplier of U.S. Navy surface combatants, and has built nearly 70 percent of the U.S. Navy fleet of warships.


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Ingalls Shipbuilding announced today the successful completion of builder’s sea trials on the guided missile destroyer Ralph Johnson (DDG 114). The Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) destroyer spent more than three days in the Gulf of Mexico testing the ship’s main propulsion, combat and other ship systems.
Ingalls Shipbuilding announced today the successful completion of builder’s sea trials on the guided missile destroyer Ralph Johnson (DDG 114). The Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) destroyer spent more than three days in the Gulf of Mexico testing the ship’s main propulsion, combat and other ship systems.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding announced today that the amphibious transport dock Portland (LPD 27) has completed her first set of sea trials. Ingalls’ test and trials team spent four days in the Gulf of Mexico operating the 11th San Antonio-class ship and demonstrating its systems.
Ingalls Shipbuilding announced today that the amphibious transport dock Portland (LPD 27) has completed her first set of sea trials. Ingalls’ test and trials team spent four days in the Gulf of Mexico operating the 11th San Antonio-class ship and demonstrating its systems.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding has received a $218 million, cost-plus-fixed-fee advance procurement contract from the U.S. Navy to provide long-lead-time material and advance construction activities for LPD 29, the 13th amphibious transport dock of the San Antonio (LPD 17) class.
Ingalls Shipbuilding has received a $218 million, cost-plus-fixed-fee advance procurement contract from the U.S. Navy to provide long-lead-time material and advance construction activities for LPD 29, the 13th amphibious transport dock of the San Antonio (LPD 17) class.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding received a contract modification to incorporate the “Flight III” upgrades to the Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) guided missile destroyer Jack H. Lucas (DDG 125). The ship is the fifth of five destroyers the company was originally awarded in June 2013.
Ingalls Shipbuilding received a contract modification to incorporate the “Flight III” upgrades to the Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) guided missile destroyer Jack H. Lucas (DDG 125). The ship is the fifth of five destroyers the company was originally awarded in June 2013.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding launched the amphibious assault ship Tripoli (LHA 7) from its floating dry dock on May 3rd. The launch was accomplished 13 weeks ahead of the original construction schedule.
Ingalls Shipbuilding launched the amphibious assault ship Tripoli (LHA 7) from its floating dry dock on May 3rd. The launch was accomplished 13 weeks ahead of the original construction schedule.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding christened its 31st Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, Paul Ignatius (DDG 117). DDG 117 is named in honor of Paul Ignatius, who served as the United States’ 59th Secretary of the Navy. Ignatius is a living namesake and was in attendance for the ceremony.
Ingalls Shipbuilding christened its 31st Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, Paul Ignatius (DDG 117). DDG 117 is named in honor of Paul Ignatius, who served as the United States’ 59th Secretary of the Navy. Ignatius is a living namesake and was in attendance for the ceremony.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding christened the seventh Legend-class National Security Cutter, Kimball (WMSL 756) on March 4th in front of approximately 1,000 guests. Kay Webber Cochran, wife of Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., is the ship’s sponsor.
Ingalls Shipbuilding christened the seventh Legend-class National Security Cutter, Kimball (WMSL 756) on March 4th in front of approximately 1,000 guests. Kay Webber Cochran, wife of Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., is the ship’s sponsor.
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 Ingalls Shipbuilding authenticated the keel of the guided missile destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. (DDG 121) on Feb. 21. The guided missile destroyer honors Frank Emmanuel Petersen Jr., who was the Marine Corps’ first African-American aviator and general officer.
Ingalls Shipbuilding authenticated the keel of the guided missile destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. (DDG 121) on Feb. 21. The guided missile destroyer honors Frank Emmanuel Petersen Jr., who was the Marine Corps’ first African-American aviator and general officer.
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