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Austal USA has handed over its fifth Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship to the U.S. Navy during a ceremony at the company’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama. The company said Monday USS Gabrielle Giffords was designed in Australia and constructed at Austal’s Alabama module manufacturing facility. “Gabrielle Giffords joins Independence, Coronado, Jackson and Montgomery as the fifth Littoral […] More
A General Dynamics and Austal USA-built  U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship completed its launch on Dec. 14, 2013 as part of a $3.5 billion 10-ship order made in 2010. The company developed the initial 127-meter USS Jackson with systems integrator General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems with an aim to create a vessel for open-ocean and near-shore operations, General […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s rotary and mission systems business has secured a $99 million contract to incorporate survivability and lethality features into the integrated tactical training system for the U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ships. The Department of Defense said Tuesday contract work includes technical updates to hardware and software, cybersecurity and installation of trainers. RMS will also […] More

The U.S. Navy is seeking potential contractors for the design and construction of its multimission FFG(X) guided missile frigates, which are to operate in coastal and deep water environments to provide support for air, anti-submarine, surface and electronic warfare.


Fincantieri has begun to upgrade its facility used to launch ships at its Marinette Marine business’ shipyard in Wisconsin as the U.S. Navy’s decision on its future frigate program nears, Defense News reported Wednesday. Competition for the FFG(X) frigate program is slated to commence in the summer of 2019 once the service completes a series of design assessments with top five proposers.

Lockheed Martin is modernizing littoral combat ships of the U.S. Navy, National Defense Magazine reported Friday. Joe DePietro, vice president of small combatants and ship systems at Lockheed, said Thursday prior to the commissioning of the USS Sioux City on Monday, that the LCS modernization seeks to increase the ships’ firepower and survivability. The program involves equipping the […] More
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