Huntington Ingalls Industries

  • Apr- 2022 -
    7 April
    unmanned underwater vehicle

    US Navy Selects HII REMUS 300 for Next-Gen Small UUV Program

    The US Navy has selected Huntington Ingalls Industries' REMUS 300 unmanned underwater vehicle for the next-generation small UUV program.

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  • Jun- 2020 -
    21 June
    Exercise Cold Response

    Huntington Ingalls Industries Awarded $145 Million Contract for Amphibious Assault Ship LHA 9

    Huntington Ingalls Industries announced that its Ingalls Shipbuilding division has received a third contract modification from the US Navy for $145 million to provide long-lead-time material and advance procurement activities for amphibious assault ship LHA 9.  This modification brings the total advance funding for LHA 9 to $350 million. “This advance procurement contract will help protect the health of our supplier base and strengthen our efforts to efficiently modernize the nation’s amphibious fleet as we continue to build amphibious ships for the Navy,” Ingalls Shipbuilding President Brian Cuccias said. Ingalls is the sole builder of large-deck amphibious ships for the Navy. The shipyard delivered its first amphibious assault ship, the Iwo Jima-class USS Tripoli (LPH 10), in 1966.  Ingalls has since built five Tarawa-class (LHA 1) ships, eight Wasp-class (LHD 1) ships and the first in a new class of amphibious assault ships, America (LHA 6), in 2014. The second ship in that class, Tripoli (LHA 7), was delivered to the Navy earlier this year. Bougainville (LHA 8) is under construction. Huntington Ingalls Industries is America’s largest military shipbuilding company and a provider of professional services to partners in government and industry. For more than a century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more …

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  • Sep- 2018 -
    28 September
    USS Arleigh Burke

    US Navy awards $9 billion in contracts for 10 Arleigh Burke class ships

    The US Navy awarded two contracts totaling more than $9 billion for the construction of 10 Arleigh Burke class (DDG 51) ships with options for more

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