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Carrier Lincoln Redelivers to the Navy After 4-Year Refueling and Complex Overhaul

Carrier Lincoln Redelivers to the Navy After 4-Year Refueling and Complex Overhaul

The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) conducts high-speed turn drills during sea trials on May 11, 2017. Abraham Lincoln is underway after successfully completing its mid-life refueling and complex overhaul and will spend several days conducting sea trials, a comprehensive test of many of the ship’s key systems and technologies. US Navy photo.

Newport News Industries redelivered nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) to the U.S. Navy after completing the carrier’s four-year mid-life Refueling and Complex Overhaul. Read More

Crew of Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln Starts to Move Back Onboard Ahead of RCOH Completion Later This Year

Crew of Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln Starts to Move Back Onboard Ahead of RCOH Completion Later This Year

Cmdr. Thomas Neville, supply officer of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), Capt. Ronald Ravelo, Lincoln's commanding officer, Capt. Todd Marzano, Lincoln's executive officer, and Master Chief Lee Salas, Lincoln's command master chief, help serve food to Sailors during the first meal on the mess decks as part of the first phase of the crew move aboard process. US Navy Photo

Cmdr. Thomas Neville, supply officer of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), Capt. Ronald Ravelo, Lincoln’s commanding officer, Capt. Todd Marzano, Lincoln’s executive officer, and Master Chief Lee Salas, Lincoln’s command master chief, help serve food to Sailors during the first meal on the mess decks as part of the first phase of the crew move aboard process. US Navy Photo

The crew of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) began moving back on the ship late last week opening galley and berthing areas for use of sailors onboard. Read More

1,500 Layoffs Planned for Newport News Shipbuilding

1,500 Layoffs Planned for Newport News Shipbuilding

Thw aircraft carrier Gerald R Ford (CVN-78) and Enterprise (CVN-65) sit side by side in the South Yard as the sunrise starts to light up the sky. HII Photo

Thw aircraft carrier Gerald R Ford (CVN-78) and Enterprise (CVN-65) sit side by side in the South Yard as the sunrise starts to light up the sky. HII Photo

This post has been updated to include workforce totals at Newport News Shipbuilding.

The sole U.S. aircraft carrier builder is planning on laying off 1,500 employees over the next year-and-a-half as part of a series of cost saving measures, according to a letter sent to employees from the president of Newport News Shipbuilding this week. Read More

HII Receives Advanced Procurement Award for CVN Washington Refueling and Overhaul

HII Receives Advanced Procurement Award for CVN Washington Refueling and Overhaul

USS George Washington (CVN 73) is underway near the island of Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima on Sept. 7, 2014. US Navy Photo

USS George Washington (CVN 73) is underway near the island of Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima on Sept. 7, 2014. US Navy Photo

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News, Va. shipyard was awarded a $224 million contract modification to start acquiring long lead items and start the planning work on refueling and complex overhaul (RCOH) of USS George Washington (CVN-73), according to a Department of Defense (DoD) contract announcement from last week. Read More

Video: Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln Leaves Dry Dock

Video: Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln Leaves Dry Dock

Almost two years into its four-year midlife upgrade, Nimitz-class carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) left dry dock at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va. to begin the next steps of its almost $4 billion overhaul, the Navy and Huntington Ingalls Industries annouced this week. Read More

HII: George Washington 'Will Not Come In On Time' If Pentagon Delays Decision on Refueling

HII: George Washington ‘Will Not Come In On Time’ If Pentagon Delays Decision on Refueling

USS George Washington (CVN 73) returns to Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan in 2013. US Navy Photo

USS George Washington (CVN 73) returns to Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan in 2013. US Navy Photo

The Pentagon’s delay in deciding whether to scrap or refuel nuclear aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN-73) will add almost a year of delay in refueling if the Department of Defense decides to keep the carrier, officials with Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) told reporters in a briefing on Tuesday. Read More