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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The Insider | April 19, 2019

The Navy yesterday announced a $23.9 million contract modification award to BAE Systems for the post-shakedown availability of an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer.

Daily News | April 16, 2019

Defense officials are facing an uphill battle to convince Capitol Hill they've made the right choice in seeking to retire a nuclear-powered, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier more than two decades before the end of its life expectancy.

Daily News | April 11, 2019

A full-rate production decision for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle is slated for May, according to the Navy’s acquisition chief.

The Insider | April 11, 2019

A potential continuing resolution for the next fiscal year would constrain $20.4 billion of the Navy’s FY-20 budget, according to the service’s acquisition chief.

The Insider | April 11, 2019

Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. William Moran has been selected to serve as the next Chief of Naval Operations.

Daily News | April 10, 2019

The Navy will award the next low-rate initial production contract for the Marine Corps’ new heavy lift helicopter in the “coming weeks,” according to the service’s acquisition chief.

The Insider | April 09, 2019

Maj. Gen. Eric Fick has been chosen to lead the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program, the Pentagon announced today.

The Insider | April 08, 2019

The Marine Corps recently unveiled its annual aviation plan, signed by Deputy Commandant for Aviation Lt. Gen. Steven Rudder.

Daily News | April 08, 2019

Congress recently approved the Pentagon’s request to shift $600 million from Pakistan security support to the Air Force and Marine Corps so the two services can begin fixing bases damaged during hurricanes.

Daily News | April 05, 2019

Congressional defense committees have approved $79 million in reprogramming funds for the Marine Corps’ new heavy-lift helicopter, which is facing schedule delays due to technical problems.

Daily News | April 04, 2019

The Joint Strike Fighter is on track to meet its 80 percent mission-capable rate requirement by the end of 2019, according to the F-35 program executive officer.

Daily News | April 04, 2019

The Navy is evaluating how unmanned vessels will factor into the fleet and expects to issue a new requirement for autonomous ships, according to a senior service official.

The Insider | March 28, 2019

The Navy is seeking $23 million in research and development funding for 3D printing efforts in its fiscal year 2020 budget request, according to a top service official.

The Insider | March 28, 2019

The Navy is increasing its use of other transaction agreements, going from eight to 42 in a one-year time period, according to Hondo Geurts, the service's acquisition executive.

The Insider | March 27, 2019

The Navy this week issued a $1.4 billion contract modification to Huntington Ingalls Industries for an amphibious transport dock vessel.

Daily News | March 27, 2019

The Navy is not meeting requests from the U.S. Indo-Pacific commander for submarine, Carrier Strike Group and Amphibious Ready Group presences, the head of the combatant command said today.

The Insider | March 27, 2019

Lt. Gen. David Berger, the head of Marine Corps Combat Development Command, has been selected to become the service's next commandant.

Daily News | March 27, 2019

The maintenance availability for the Los Angeles-class attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) is delayed until 2020 due to shipyard backlogs, despite previous plans for the vessel to reach a dry dock this past January.

Daily News | March 26, 2019

The Navy will delay completing the aircraft carrier Gerald Ford's (CVN-78) post-shakedown availability by three months, citing problems with the Advanced Weapons Elevators and adjustments to the nuclear power plant, a service official announced today during a House subcommittee hearing.

The Insider | March 26, 2019

The Navy yesterday issued a $261.8 million contract modification to Austal USA for the Expeditionary Fast Transport-13 and EPF-14.

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