Virginia Shipyard Wins Assault Ship Contract

February 2005
Welding Journal;Feb2005, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Norfolk, Virginia-based United Defense Industries Inc.'s NORSHIPCO shipyard has been awarded a five-year contract worth 228 million dollars to build amphibious assault ships. Number of ships included in the contract; Components of the work package.


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