Construction continues on John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) in Dry Dock 12.
Shipbuilders in the Metrology department take precise readings while working in the Supplemental Modular Outfitting Facility.
Virginia-class submarine Delaware (SSN 791) makes its way out to sea for its second set of sea trials.
A cloudy morning view from the top of the shipyard’s new gantry crane shows full parking lots as another workday begins.
Shipbuilders prepare an Iowa (SSN 797) unit for transportation to General Dynamics Electric Boat in Rhode Island for further construction.
Enterprise (CVN 65) takes in the hot summer sun.
A crane in the North Yard stands tall as a storm approaches the shipyard.
A shipyard machinist performs work under John F. Kennedy’s (CVN 79) hull in Dry Dock 12.
USS George Washington (CVN 73) approaches the end of dry dock work as part of its refueling and complex overhaul. Once the dry dock work is complete, the aircraft carrier will be moved to a nearby outfitting berth for final outfitting and testing.
A shipbuilder welds in the Foundry.
Shipbuilders install an elevator on John F. Kennedy (CVN 79), bringing the ship closer to completion.
A crane towers over a dry dock.