ACIBC Encourages Members of Congress to Support Dual-Ship CVN Buy

148 Members of Congress signed on to the Senate and House letters to Secretary of Defense James Mattis expressing their support for the Pentagon’s pursuit of a dual-ship buy for two Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carriers in FY 2019.

Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer’s response »

ACIBC Encourages Members of Congress to Support Dual-Ship CVN Buy

Congressional Facility ToursCongressional Facility Tours

Member of Congress are touring the manufacturing facilities of suppliers to the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier construction and maintenance program. Learn More »

 

ACIBC members celebrate Ford’s commissioning, highlight role in constructionACIBC members celebrate Ford’s
commissioning, highlight role in construction

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Inofast Manufacturing
Precision Custom Components
PRL, Inc.
Ward Leonard
    

 

Carrier Strike Groups: The Formation of Seapower and Power ProjectionCarrier Strike Groups: The Formation of Seapower and Power Projection

The U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Group mission is to achieve and sustain air, sea and undersea control, respond to crises, and protect United States’ interests anywhere, anytime. View infographic »

Multi-Ship Purchase Will Save More Than $1.5 BillionDual-Ship Buy Will Save More Than $2 Billion

A dual-ship buy approach for the U.S. Navy’s aircraft carrier fleet will save American taxpayers more than $2 billion. This approach supports thousands of jobs in a supply chain of more than 2,000 companies across 46 states.

USS Abraham Lincoln back in service after major makeoverUSS Abraham Lincoln back in service after major makeover

One of the most recognized ships in the U.S. Navy is ready for service again after a massive overhaul. View video »

#ReadyToBuild12#ReadyToBuild12

The U.S. Navy, President Trump, numerous policy experts, and Members of Congress have called for a 12-aicraft carrier Navy Fleet, and the greatest shipbuilders with close partnership with suppliers from across the U.S. are ready to build 12!.
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Marine Electric Systems

Started in 1948 as a DOD contractor Marine continues its proud tradition of supplying quality products to the U.S. Military. Today the company is adding many RF and Microwave products to its lines. More»