Shipbuilder John McIntyre surveys the yard from his crane at Pier 6.
Sheet Metal Mechanic Tiffany Simmons makes final adjustments to a deck assembly.
Rope is plentiful and always needed at the shipyard.
Aerial view of the tugboat Dorothy, Newport News Shipbuilding’s first hull.
Afternoon light illuminates a block and tackle.
One of John F. Kennedy’s (CVN79) rudders waits in dry dock.
Shipbuilder Ryan Richardson makes markings on his next job in the Machine Shop.
Nuts, bolts and washers wait in the shipyard’s South Yard to be picked up by a shipbuilder.
Aerial view of Buildings 902 and 903.
A ladder on John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) leads to a bright blue sky above.
Chains lay on the floor of the shipyard’s Rigging Shop
Rolled water hoses await use.
A sign of hot summer temperatures.
Shipbuilder Sean Curling watches the screen as he operated a machine in the Ship Repair Machine Shop.
Remnants of work sit in a dumpster located outside the Machine Shop.
A parent osprey checks on her young on a crane located at Pier 5. Osprey are also called fish eagle, sea hawk and fish hawk.
Made in America – only in Newport News.