General Dynamics Subsidiary to Maintain and Repair 2 Nuclear Aircraft Carriers

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) wholly-owned subsidiary Electric Boat  a $16.6 million contract to support nuclear aircraft carrier repair work at Norfolk Naval Shipyard inPortsmouth, Va.

Electric Boat will provide about 100 skilled trades workers to perform maintenance and repair work on USS Truman and USS George W. Bush.

The contract will engage Electric Boat’s operations and support organization, which employs more than 4, 100 workers who provide final assembly, test and life-cycle support services.

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