Mallory Shelbourne

Mallory Shelbourne was the managing editor of Inside the Navy until June 2020. 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 | June 29, 2020

After unveiling the initial results of its force design work, the Marine Corps is gearing up for the third phase of the effort, analyzing and preparing to begin testing what it needs for a fight in 2030.

Daily News | June 25, 2020

Senate lawmakers are seeking to prevent the Pentagon from choosing which year it lists a ship as purchased, after the Navy in its most recent budget submission featured two vessels for which Congress already issued funding and authorization.

Daily News | June 24, 2020

Senate authorizers are seeking to cut the Navy's requested research and development funding for two new amphibious ships.

Daily News | June 24, 2020

House lawmakers are moving to mandate that the Pentagon present a report on Marine Corps Commandant General David Berger's Planning Guidance.

Daily News | June 22, 2020

Lawmakers on the House Armed Services Committee are seeking to limit a portion of the Defense secretary's travel budget until the Pentagon presents Congress with the Navy's long-term shipbuilding blueprint.

The Insider | June 22, 2020

A House panel is calling on the Navy to produce a requirements analysis of possible munitions it could employ on Marine Corps attack helicopters.

Daily News | June 18, 2020

The Navy is still assessing what caused the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System aboard its new aircraft carrier to go out earlier this month during an at-sea testing period.

The Insider | June 18, 2020

The Navy yesterday announced a $145.6 million undefinitized contract action to Huntington Ingalls Industries for long lead items for an America-class amphibious assault ship.

The Insider | June 16, 2020

The Defense Department today announced a new head of Naval Sea Systems Command.

The Insider | June 10, 2020

The Navy yesterday announced a $129.2 million contract to APTIM Federal Services to discard the Surface Ship Support Barge.

Daily News | June 9, 2020

President Trump today called for a "fleet acquisition program" to grow American presence in the Arctic.

Daily News | June 9, 2020

The Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System aboard the Navy's new aircraft carrier crashed last week during the ship's most recent at-sea period.

Daily News | June 4, 2020

A government watchdog report has found that one of the Navy's new radar variants poses a risk to one of the America-class amphibious assault ships currently under construction.

Daily News | June 3, 2020

The Navy will receive its first low-rate initial production aircraft for the Marine Corps' new heavy-lift helicopter program more than a year late, according to a new watchdog report.

Daily News | June 1, 2020

The lead ship in the Navy's new class of aircraft carriers is slated to conduct command and control exercises with a Nimitz-class carrier, as the Gerald Ford (CVN-78) continues working through its post-delivery test and trials period.

The Insider | May 29, 2020

The Navy plans to host several industry days next month for its Information Warfare Research Project.

The Insider | May 27, 2020

The Marine Corps yesterday issued a request for information for a counter-unmanned aircraft system.

Daily News | May 22, 2020

Defense Secretary Mark Esper recently argued the Navy needs a fleet larger than the 355-ship goal it has eyed for the last several years.

The Insider | May 21, 2020

The Senate today confirmed U.S. Ambassador to Norway Kenneth Braithwaite to serve as the new Navy secretary.

The Insider | May 18, 2020

Navy Chief Information Officer Aaron Weis earlier this month provided service officials the authority to speed up the deployment of 5G on military installations.

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