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US Navy's newest aircraft carrier delayed again

The lead ship of the US Navy’s new class of aircraft carriers, the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), will return ...

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USS Gerald R. Ford receives second elevator

The lead ship of a new class of US Navy aircraft carriers has received its second advanced weapons elevator (AWE), ...

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Pentagon notifies Congress of two-carrier buy

The US Department of Defense has officially notified the Congress of its intention to buy two aircraft carriers at ...

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Ford-class AAG completes turboprop aircraft testing

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS), the company in charge of delivering the Advanced Arresting Gear ...

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HII cuts steel for third Ford-class carrier Enterprise

Shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries held a steel-cutting ceremony on Thursday to mark the official start of ...

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US Navy resolves electromagnetic launcher issues

The issue of the U.S. Navy’s electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS) causing too much stress ...

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US Navy underestimating cost of second Ford carrier: GAO

The U.S. Navy should develop a more accurate cost estimate for its second Ford-class carrier, the future USS John ...

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US Navy awards GA $195M for USS Enterprise AAG

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Atomics a $195.1 million contract modification which will see the ...

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HII gets funds for advance fabrication of USS Enterprise

The U.S. Navy has awarded Huntington Ingalls Industries a $25.5 million modification to start the advance ...

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GA gets $532M for work on USS Enterprise EMALS

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Atomics a $532.6 million contract modification to install the Electromagnetic ...

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Second Ford-class carrier takes shape with new superlift

U.S. Navy’s aircraft carrier builder Huntington Ingalls Industries announced it has lifted a 704-metric ton ...

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AAG remains system of choice for USS John F. Kennedy

Despite considering reverting to the legacy recovery system, Mk-7, a U.S. Navy review board decided to continue ...

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NNS Bags USD 1.2 Bln John F. Kennedy Contract

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division has received a $1.295 billion extension to ...

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USA: Performance Technologies Provides Sensor ...

  Sensors experts at the General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (EMS) Division in San Diego needed sensor ...

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