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|1.09k||Newport News Shipbuilding is teamed with General Dynamics Electric Boat to build Virginia-class submarines. Newport News Shipbuilding builds the stern, habitability & machinery spaces, torpedo room, sail and bow. Electric Boat builds the pressure hull, engine room and control room. Newport News Shipbuilding and Electric Boat each perform work on the reactor plant as well as alternate on the final assembly, test, outfit and delivery. The team has been recognized as the best shipbuilding program in the Navy.|
Virginia-class Infographic PDF.
|Text & photo courtesy of huntingtoningalls.com.|
|539k||Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus and ship's sponsor, Dr. Jill Biden, watch as Vice President Joe Biden puts on a Delaware (SSN-791) ball cap at the Pentagon announcing the name the future Virginia-class attack submarine Delaware on 19 November 2012 in Washington. Delaware state officials were on hand in the Pentagon Briefing Room to participate in the announcement.||USN photo # 121119-N-AC887-004, by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers via news.navy.mil.|
|718k||The bow unit of Delaware (SSN-791) stands upright in one of Newport News Shipbuilding's submarine facilities.||Photo # DCS14-254-76 by Chris Oxley courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|263k||Michael Aponti drills holes in a part for the submarine Delaware (SSN-791), October 2014.||Photo # 14_DCS14-639-71B by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|824k||Keel laying ceremony for the Colorado (SSN-788) at the General Dynamics Electric Boat Quonset Point facility in North Kingstown, R.I. Saturday, 7 March 2015. The ceremony took place next to sections of the Delaware (SSN-791) and the South Dakota (SSN-790), left, and the stage was in front of the tail section of the Colorado. The ship sponsor is Annie Mabus, daughter of Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus.||Photo EP-150309824 courtesy of Dana Jensen / The Day.|
|288k||Gabe Wolfe works on a piping system on the submarine Delaware (SSN-791), August 2015.||Photo # 10DCS15-376-11 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|76k||Riggers cover a unit of the submarine Delaware (SSN-791) in the Covered Modular Assembly Facility, December 2015.||Photo # 8-DCS15-675-7 by Ricky Thompson, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|290k||Kyle McAllister performing a magnetic particle inspection of a pad eye on Delaware (SSN-791), March 2016.||Photo # DCS16-52-137 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|377k||Bryce Woolston cleaning up welds on Delaware (SSN-791) for magnetic particle inspection, March 2016.||Photo # DCS16-49-109C by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|184k||Todd Ashley works on a torpedo tube shutter door for Delaware (SSN-791), March 2016.||Photo # DCS16-49-41 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|276k||Antuan Barnes, a Newport News Shipbuilding senior reproduction clerk, sings the national anthem during the keel-laying ceremony for the Delaware (SSN-791). The keel laying signifies the ceremonial start of construction. Dr. Jill Biden, Second Lady of the United States, serves as the ship's sponsor.||Photo # DCS16-273-224 by Ricky Thompson/HII courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|796k||4 photo PDF of Dr. Jill Biden as she writes her initials on the keel plate, welding & announcing that the Delaware's (SSN-791) keel has been "truly and fairly laid".||Text & photo courtesy of Dale Hargrave.|
|341k||Christening bottle for the Delaware (SSN-791) on 20 October 2018.||Photo # DCS18-717-8 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|250k||NNS President Jennifer Boyken presents Dr. Biden with the christening bottle.||Photo courtesy of Dale Hargrave.|
|276k||Christening ceremony of the Delaware (SSN-791) on 20 October 2018. Dr. Jill Biden, sponsor for the boat and signifigant others pose with the bow flag of the boat behind them.||Photo # DCS18-722-369 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|238k||Delaware (SSN-791) christening ceremony program.||Photo # DCS18-717-6 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|390k||Part of Delaware's (SSN-791) crew.||Photo courtesy of Dale Hargrave.|
|1.50k||Overall view of the christening ceremony.||Photo # DCS18-717-165 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|689k||1st strike on the 1st state.||Photo # DCS18-717-321 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|541k||Not something seen on the scene of the last Delaware (BB-28).||Photo # DCS18-713-286 courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|699k||Culinary Specialist Third Class Jyharri Ahmed (right) helps serve the first meal on board the pre-commissioning unit Delaware (SSN-791).||Photos DCS19-391-64 & DCS19-391-51 (insert) by Ashley Cowan courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.|
|1.03k||Newport News Shipbuilding's newest submarine, Delaware (SSN-791), makes its way toward the company's floating dry dock on 12 December 2018.||Photo # 2-DCS18-817-288 by Ashley Cowan, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|183k||The submarine Delaware (SSN-791) returns to the Newport News Shipbuilding division following its first set of sea trials on 31 August 2019, with three HII-built aircraft carriers visible in the distance at Norfolk Naval Station.|
The carriers in the background are, left to right, John C. Stennis, (CVN-74), Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) and Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69).
|Photo i.d. courtesy of Fabio Pena.
Photo DCS19-515-165 by Ashley Cowan courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding.
|159k||Delaware (SSN-791) vents steam from its sail as it floats pierside, July 2019.||Photo # 3-DCS19-401-18by Matt Hildreth, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
|652k||Delaware (SSN-791) makes its way out to sea for its second set of sea trials, October, 2019.||Photo # 3-DCS19-516-623 by Ashley Cowan, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com|
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