WHY INGALLS SHIPBUILDING?
It has the talent, experience and the facilities to build the military ships that keep America and our allies safe.
NSC SECURING OUR NATION
National Security Cutters are the flagships of the modern Coast Guard fleet
DDG 51 DEFENDING THE FLEET
Guided missile destroyers can engage targets on, above and below the ocean.
LHA COMMAND AND CONTROL
LHA class assault ships can launch multiple air strikes and amphibious landings.
LPD STATE OF THE ART
A modern warship capable of handling the challenges of the 21st Century.

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Ingalls Shipbuilding is located in Pascagoula, Miss. on 800 acres of land along the Pascagoula River. Employing 11,000 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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News & Company Highlights

Ingalls Shipbuilding successfully launched Paul Ignatius (DDG 117), the company’s 31st Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) guided missile destroyer, on November 12.
Ingalls Shipbuilding successfully launched Paul Ignatius (DDG 117), the company’s 31st Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) guided missile destroyer, on November 12.
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The guided missile destroyer John Finn (DDG 113) successfully completed Acceptance Trials in the Gulf of Mexico and is scheduled for delivery to the U.S. Navy in December.
The guided missile destroyer John Finn (DDG 113) successfully completed Acceptance Trials in the Gulf of Mexico and is scheduled for delivery to the U.S. Navy in December.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding hosted Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on November 4,  where he addressed a group of shipbuilders during his tour of the shipyard.
Ingalls Shipbuilding hosted Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on November 4, where he addressed a group of shipbuilders during his tour of the shipyard.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding hosted Rep. Trent Kelly, R-Miss., on Tuesday for his first tour of the shipyard.
Ingalls Shipbuilding hosted Rep. Trent Kelly, R-Miss., on Tuesday for his first tour of the shipyard.
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20 employees from Newport News and Ingalls Shipbuilding divisions were recognized for achievements in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) during the 21st annual Women of Color STEM Conference.
20 employees from Newport News and Ingalls Shipbuilding divisions were recognized for achievements in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) during the 21st annual Women of Color STEM Conference.
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National Security Cutter Munro successfully completed Acceptance Trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
National Security Cutter Munro successfully completed Acceptance Trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding raised $13,000 at their 5th annual <br />
Ingalls Shipbuilding raised $13,000 at their 5th annual
"5k on the Causeway", benefiting Special Olympics of Mississippi.
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Ingalls Shipbuilding  received a $19.1 million contract modification for accelerated design work on the U.S. Navy's newest replacement amphibious warship, LX(R).
Ingalls Shipbuilding received a $19.1 million contract modification for accelerated design work on the U.S. Navy's newest replacement amphibious warship, LX(R).
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Ingalls Shipbuilding received a $14 million contract to perform overhaul work on the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Ramage (DDG 61).
Ingalls Shipbuilding received a $14 million contract to perform overhaul work on the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Ramage (DDG 61).
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 Naval architect, Dianna Genton, is Ingalls Shipbuilding's newest Shape of Freedom campaign ambassador.
Naval architect, Dianna Genton, is Ingalls Shipbuilding's newest Shape of Freedom campaign ambassador.
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