The 310 and 1050-metric ton gantry cranes grace the skyline of Newport News Shipbuilding
Shipbuilder Carl Carro preps a machine for work in the Pipe Shop.
Units and scaffolding on the platen welcome a new day.
Shipyard cats are often spotted throughout the company’s 550-acres.
Shipbuilder Jouis Norwood cleans a weld in the Submarine Frame Shop.
Shipbuilder Harry McClain works in the Ship Repair Machine Shop.
Hoses are hung like laundry outside NNS’ Firehouse.
Welder James Dillard creates sparks in the Steel Production Facility.
Prior to “Big E” making her home at Pier 2, her propellers were dismantled and put on display.
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ sign shines bright against the early morning sky.
Sparks fly as Shipbuilder Andrew Miltier grinds a weld.
Innovative technology allows Shipbuilder David Harry to obtain outstanding accuracy while measuring.
Composite image of the rare eclipse that occurred Aug. 21, 2017.
Chain hoists in the Machine Shop await their next task.
Shipbuilder Daquan Kimble welds using a metal inert gas (MIG) process in which a continuous solid wire electrode is fed through a welding gun.
Barnacles, seen here on a buoy, will latch onto almost anything.
Textures of the shipyard.
A motorcycle cruises by ongoing roadwork on Washington Avenue; showcasing exposed bricks in the street.
A crane on the floating dry dock is silhouetted during the solar eclipse Aug. 21, 2017.