Ingalls Shipbuilding

Master Shipbuilders Earn the Rank

A lot goes into making sure the ships built at Ingalls in Pascagoula are war ready. Ingalls Shipbuilding has plenty of experienced workers, some who have been working there for 40 years or more. As News 25’s Gina Tomlinson shows…

Marine Corps Commandant Visits Ingalls

The highest ranking officer in the U.S. Marine Corps took a look at some of the amphibious ships being built at Ingalls today. News 25’s Kristen Durand spoke with the commandant of the U.S Marine Corps General Robert Neller as…

Ingalls Class of 2016

Fifty-two individuals officially have what it takes to join the very best of Ingalls Shipbuilding. Ingalls 2016 Apprenticeship Program’s graduating class is preparing to walk across the stage at the Coast Coliseum Convention Center, signaling the completion of their apprenticeships…

Keel Ceremony for Delbert D. Black at Ingalls Shipbuilding

To date, Ingalls Shipbuilding has delivered 28 DDG 51 destroyers to the Navy. Five more are currently under construction with one of them being the Delbert D. Black, named for the First Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy and…

Ingalls Delivers Ship to Navy

The U.S. Navy now owns Ingalls Shipbuilding’s 10th amphibious transport, the John P. Murtha. Today in Pascagoula, the John P. Murtha LPD 26 was signed off and handed over to the United States Navy. Ingalls has been building this boat…

Ingalls Awards 25 STEM Grants

Ingalls Shipbuilding awarded $100,000 in science-related grants to 25 schools and organizations on our Coast and in Alabama. News 25’s Jennifer Tubwell shows us what the grant means to students at Woolmarket Elementary School. These Woolmarket Elementary School students are…

Ingalls Sponsors 'Fit Kid Initiative' to Promote Health

These days, many employers are promoting healthy lifestyles among their employees to increase productivity at work, but Ingalls Shipbuilding is taking it a step further by encouraging the next generation of workers to starting living healthy now.