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 | November 13, 2019

The three variants of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter are “breaking more often” and “taking longer to fix,” according to the Pentagon’s top weapons tester.

Daily News | November 6, 2019

A six-month stopgap continuing resolution would postpone the Navy's ability to refuel one of its Nimitz-class aircraft carriers and purchase one Virginia-class submarine, according to a fact sheet obtained by Inside Defense.

The Insider | November 6, 2019

The Navy plans to convene industry in early December to discuss the medium unmanned underwater vehicle.

The Insider | November 4, 2019

The Navy today issued a solicitation calling for proposals for next year's Advanced Naval Technology Exercise by Dec. 4.

The Insider | October 30, 2019

The Navy yesterday announced a $119.9 million contract modification to BAE Systems for Lot 3 of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle's low-rate initial production phase.

Daily News | October 30, 2019

The Navy is gearing up for the possibility of a one-year continuing resolution, as the Senate remains stalled in the appropriations process.

Daily News | October 25, 2019

Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA) said today he will enter the race to become the next ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee.

Daily News | October 25, 2019

The Navy can adequately maintain 305 to 310 ships under its current budget projections, according to the vice chief of naval operations.

Daily News | October 25, 2019

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- The Marine Corps is evaluating how a Long Range Unmanned Surface Vessel can help the service fight in the vast Indo-Pacific region, as the Navy gears up for a period of great power competition.

Daily News | October 23, 2019

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- The Navy plans to issue a draft request for proposals for a medium unmanned underwater vehicle by the end of this calendar year.

Daily News | October 22, 2019

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- The Navy is employing its maritime accelerated acquisition process for a new mine system known as Hammerhead.

Daily News | October 22, 2019

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- A top Marine Corps official today slammed the stopgap continuing resolution that is keeping the government funded while the Senate remains stalled in the appropriations process.

The Insider | October 9, 2019

The Navy's fiscal year 2020 shipbuilding plan would cost the service approximately $31 billion each year, according to an analysis released this week by the Congressional Budget Office.

Daily News | October 8, 2019

The Marine Corps has delayed the start of its initial operational test and evaluation stage for the new Amphibious Combat Vehicle after the program’s delivery schedule fell behind projections.

Daily News | October 3, 2019

The Marine Corps is charting its new path forward for a period of great power competition with the understanding that defense budgets will remain stagnant or decrease, according to the service’s top officer.

Daily News | October 1, 2019

The Navy yesterday announced a contract modification to Lockheed Martin worth up to $1.2 billion for production of submarine-launched ballistic missiles for the United States and United Kingdom.

The Insider | September 30, 2019

The Navy last week announced it has awarded a $150.5 million contract modification to Lockheed Martin for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS).

Daily News | September 27, 2019

The Navy and Marine Corps will complete by December an integrated force-structure assessment, according to a new memo.

Daily News | September 25, 2019

Schedule delays to the B61-12 life extension and W88 Alteration 370 programs revealed earlier this month are expected to cost between $720 million and $850 million -- which the National Nuclear Security Administration intends to pay for using internal funding.

The Insider | September 25, 2019

The Center for a New American Security will carry out a study for the Pentagon about policy in the Indo-Pacific region.

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