Mallory Shelbourne

Mallory Shelbourne is an associate editor for Inside the Navy. She previously covered politics and transportation policy at The Hill. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia Journalism School and a master's degree in international affairs with a focus in the Middle East from American University's School of International Service.

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Daily News | August 16, 2019

The Navy is establishing a new position dedicated to cybersecurity and information management following a critical review earlier this year of the service’s cyber practices, according to a top official.

Daily News | August 16, 2019

The Navy has informed House appropriators of a recent cost increase for the Marine Corps' delayed new heavy-lift helicopter. (UPDATED)

Daily News | August 14, 2019

The Navy disagrees with the House Appropriations Committee's choice to rescind fiscal year 2019 advanced procurement funding for the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter, arguing the move would set back the service's timeline for standing up the Marine Corps' second squadron of F-35Cs.

The Insider | August 13, 2019

The Navy yesterday announced a $107.4 million contract modification to Sikorsky for the Marine Corps' new heavy-lift helicopter.

Daily News | August 12, 2019

The Marine Corps today announced that its Joint Light Tactical Vehicle has reached initial operational capability.

Daily News | August 06, 2019

The Navy has once again increased its procurement objective for the Standard Missile-6, taking the program's total cost up by nearly $2.8 billion as the Pentagon gears up for a period of great power competition.

Daily News | August 02, 2019

Congressional defense committees recently approved the second half of a reprogramming request for the Marine Corps' new heavy-lift helicopter program.

Daily News | August 02, 2019

The Navy can lower the cost of conducting distributed operations by utilizing autonomous systems for logistics, according to the service's acquisition chief.

The Insider | August 01, 2019

The full Senate has approved Vice Adm. Michael Gilday's nomination to serve as the Navy's top officer.

The Insider | July 26, 2019

The Navy last month conducted its first "structural test firing" of the Surface-to-Surface Missile Module (SSMM) on the Littoral Combat Ship Independence variant, the service said in a recent statement.

The Insider | July 25, 2019

BAE Systems today announced it will build 28 payload tubes under the Navy's Virginia-class submarine program.

Daily News | July 25, 2019

The opportunity for the Defense Department to pursue non-traditional acquisition strategies such as other transaction authorities is "closing," according to the Navy's assistant secretary for research, development and acquisition.

The Insider | July 17, 2019

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger this week unveiled both his "intent" and "planning guidance" for the service now that he has officially assumed the top position.

The Insider | July 03, 2019

The Navy yesterday announced a $348 million contract modification to Lockheed Martin for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

The Insider | July 01, 2019

The Navy last week announced a contract award to Boeing Insitu worth up to $390 million for the RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned air vehicle.

Daily News | July 01, 2019

The Marine Corps is working to get its delayed heavy-lift helicopter back on schedule after reformatting the program to address a host of technical deficiencies.

Daily News | June 25, 2019

The Navy, preparing for great power conflict, is sending its strongest indication to date that it predicts its future is in unmanned systems.

Daily News | June 20, 2019

The Navy is working to fix the lower Advanced Weapons Elevators aboard the lead ship in the Ford aircraft carrier class as it targets October for finishing the vessel's post-shakedown availability stage.

Daily News | June 17, 2019

BOGUE, NC -- The Marine Corps recently took a crucial step aimed at readying the service to execute larger air assaults in potential future military operations.

Daily News | June 14, 2019

The Senate Armed Services Committee is suggesting the Navy is moving too quickly in its pursuit of the future large surface combatant.

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