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Keel Authentication Ceremony at Ingalls

Today Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula as well as the State of Mississippi gave a nod of the highest respect to a war hero and Gulf Coast native. It’s a name that’s already gone down in history, but now will forever…

Ingalls awarded billion dollar contract

Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula has landed a nearly $1.5 billion contract. The United States Navy has awarded Huntington Ingalls Industries with a $1.47 billion contract to design and build an amphibious transport dock L.P.D. 30. The ship will be the…

33rd Guided Missile Destroyer to be christened at Ingalls

Tomorrow morning, the 33rd guided missile destroyer built by Ingalls will be christened. The christening of the DDG 121 celebrates the vessel making it into the water. This is the 33rd guided missile destroyer to be built at Ingalls. This…

Ingalls raises 20K in 5K on the Causeway

Ingalls Shipbuilding raised $20,000 for Special Olympics of Mississippi at the company’s seventh annual ‘5K on the Causeway.’ The race was held Saturday on Singing River Island. More than 900 runners registered for the 2018 race. This year’s top male…

Ingalls hosts shipbuilding academy open house

High school students interested in joining the maritime industry are getting a shot at that dream through a shipbuilder’s academy open house hosted by Ingalls Shipbuilding. News 25’s Veronica Bayona is at the Maritime Training Academy with more information on…

Ralph Johnson sails away

This morning, the guided missile destroyer Ralph Johnson sailed away from Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula. Last November, the destroyer was delivered to the U.S. Navy. This ship is named to honor Ralph Johnson. He was awarded the Medal of Honor…

Ingalls awards more than ten thousand dollars to STEM

Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula has awarded more than $101,000 in grants to 26 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics projects and initiatives from schools and educational organizations in Mississippi and Alabama. This is the tenth year for Ingalls’ STEM program. The…

USS Fitzgerald Comes To Ingalls Pascagoula

The US Navy Has Made A 63 Million Dollar Contract With Ingalls Shipbuilding In Pascagoula To Begin Repairing The Damage On The USS Fitzgerald. And After A Long Trip, The US Navy Destroyer, Docked At Ingalls Today. News 25's Caroline…

USS Fitzgerald on its way to Pascagoula

The U.S. Navy has awarded an initial $63 million contract to Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula to repair a damaged destroyer. The Navy on Friday announced the contract with Ingalls. The USS Fitzgerald was damaged in a June 17th collision with…

Ingalls Union contract vote until 4:30

Ingalls workers are casting their ballots today as the Ingalls Union Contract Vote continues at the Jackson County Fairgrounds until 4:30 p.m. today. Polls opened at 4:30 a.m. The current contract is set to expire in March of next year.…

USS Ramage overhaul work at Ingalls

After nine months of some TLC the USS Ramage departs from Ingalls Ship Yard in Pascagoula today. The overhaul and modernization work on the DDG 61 includes alterations, repairs, testing, and procurement of materials. The $21.4 million destroyer was originally…

Ingalls to pay multimillion dollar settlement

Huntington Ingalls Industries will pay over nine million dollars to settle a lawsuit for over-billing the government for labor on Navy and Coast Guard ships built in its Pascagoula shipyard. The Department of Justice says that $7.9 million will be…

Ingalls tests their new ship

Ingalls Shipbuilding Division announced today that the amphibious transport dock Portland has completed her first set of sea trials. Ingalls’ test and trials team spent four days in the Gulf of Mexico operating the 11th San Antonio class ship and…

Ships that fired missiles at Syria were built at Ingalls

It is now confirmed, the missiles fired at Syria last night were launched off ships that were built at Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula. Two of the war ships sending over 50 Tomahawk missiles at Syria Thursday night were built at…

Students compete in ship building in Jackson County

Today Ingalls hosted over 100 middle school students for a ship building competition to really get them involved in the STEM program. Four middle schools built their own ship for engineering week. Racing boats down the water tank is how…

Defense bill could bring work to Ingalls

U.S. Senator Thad Cochran says an agreement on a final defense appropriations bill would increase funding for new ships for the U.S. Navy that will involve shipbuilding in Mississippi. Senator Cochran says he is confident congress will approve the agreement…

Crew officially boards USS John Finn DDG 113

About 300 crew members began their lives today aboard an Ingalls built guided missile: the John Finn DDG 113. News 25 was at the shipyard today as the Navy sailors officially moved on to the ship. An exciting day for…

Ingalls Breaks Ground on Another Navy Ship

The first 100 tons of steel is cut for another U.S. Navy ship at the shipyard. Huntington Ingalls officially broke ground on a new destroyer for the Navy Wednesday at the shipyard in Pascagoula. The vessel is named after the…

Ingalls Authenticates the Keel of Vessel

A United States Coast Guard ship built at Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula will wear the name of an armed forces hero who passed away in 1938 after being involved in an automobile accident. Jazania O’Neal’s grandfather was a United States…

Statement On Ingalls Contract

Congressman Palazzo released the following statement on the contract saying quote: “It was clear that Ingalls would be the best choice to provide the best capability along with the best quality to our navy and Marine Corps team at the…

Ingalls Navy Contract

The navy will pay Huntington Ingalls industries $1.46 billion to design and build an amphibious assault ship in Pascagoula. The contract adds another $1.19 billion to the $270 million already awarded to Ingalls for advance work. The future USS Fort…

U.S. Coast Guard Presented with New Ship

With missions increasing all over the world, the demand for ships in the U.S. Coast Guard is at an all-time high. Huntington Ingalls Industries delivered the cutter Munro to the U.S. Coast Guard during a ceremony at the Pascagoula Shipyard…