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Aidan Quigley August 2, 2021

The industrial base is not currently capable of building three Virginia-class submarines a year, a Huntington Ingalls Industries executive told reporters Monday.

Aidan Quigley August 2, 2021

Shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries plans on completing the testing, certification and turnover of the final four elevators for the first-in-class aircraft carrier Gerald Ford (CVN-78) by April 2022, a company executive said Monday.

Jason Sherman July 30, 2021

Lawmakers want the Pentagon to draft plans to potentially accelerate upgrades of the Army/Navy Transportable Radar Surveillance (AN/TPY-2) inventory by piggybacking on Saudi Arabia's huge order for missile defense systems, including Terminal High Altitude Area Defense batteries.

Sara Friedman July 29, 2021

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body is formalizing plans to launch the official program that will establish a pathway for assessors to become certified and expects classes to start in November, according to CMMC-AB training lead Melanie Kyle Gingrich.

Aidan Quigley July 29, 2021

Lockheed Martin expects its Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare program to reach milestone C and start low-rate initial production in the next two months, a company official told Inside Defense Wednesday.

Audrey Decker July 29, 2021

A House panel is asking the Navy to look at putting mine countermeasures on its Expeditionary Sea Base platforms.

HII exec: Substantial investment needed to build three Virginia-class subs a year

The industrial base is not currently capable of building three Virginia-class submarines a year, a Huntington Ingalls Industries executive told reporters Monday.

CNO: Navy not satisfied with Project Overmatch, but it's headed in 'right direction'

The Navy's Project Overmatch still has a ways to go before strike group testing, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday said Monday at the Sea-Air-Space 2021 conference.