Delaware Keel is Laid
Replay the full April 30 Keel Laying Ceremony for the 18th Virginia-class submarine.
Virginia-class submarine Washington (SSN 787) was christened Saturday, March 5.
View photos and video
130 Years of Shipbuilding
On January 28, 1886, Collis P. Huntington founded the Chesapeake Dry Dock and Construction Company.
Visit the 130th Website
John F. Kennedy (CVN 79)
The second aircraft carrier to carry the JFK legacy is now under construction.
Learn about the new class of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers being built at Newport News Shipbuilding.
Explore Newport News Shipbuilding through photo galleries.
CVN 78 Christening
On November 9, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. EST, Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) will be christened.
The Navy's new class of fast-attack submarines are technological marvels.
Meet American Shipbuilding
For 130 years, Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) has carried on the legacy of American shipbuilding, building some of the most famous ships in American naval history with a diverse workforce of craftsmen and engineers. We proudly build U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and submarines, and provide after market services for both. In 2011, we became a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries after being a part of Northrop Grumman since 2001.
About Newport News Shipbuilding
The latest Focus NNS covers recent news from around the shipyard.
Watch Focus NNS (13:01)
Watch NNS' Augmented Reality team explores Microsoft HoloLens.
Watch the video (1:59)
Inclusion and Diversity: "I am not judgmental."
Watch the video (4:12) |Transcript
Shipbuilder Mike Ship provides his perspective on the importance of inclusion and diversity. Newport News Shipbuilding is committed to being open-minded and embracing our differences. It's how NNS does business and helps us generate new ideas and different ways of building the greatest Navy ships in the world. View previously featured employees