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shipyard

a place or facility for the building, maintenance, and repair of ships

shipyard

[′ship‚yärd]
(civil engineering)
A facility adjacent to deep water where ships are constructed or repaired.
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Following the ceremony, the Norfolk Naval Shipyard team hosted a reception to meet and greet their new DLA family.
The Presidio Corporation, an internetworking leader and GSA contractor, was instrumental in facilitating solutions to meet the growing communications needs of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
N00189 Navsup Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Annex Building 153,
The country's four Naval shipyards, which employ about 30,000 people, have been understaffed because of automatic Pentagon budget cuts and a civilian hiring freeze that took effect just as many submarines came due for refueling or major overhauls, according to Chris Johnson, a Naval Sea Systems Command spokesman.
9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging diagnosed victims of mesothelioma who worked at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard to call 866-714-6466 or visit http://MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.
yZMyR (CyHAN)- The removal operations of a naval tugboat which tipped onto its side at the Alaybey Naval Shipyard in yzmir's KarE-yyaka district last month, killing eight sailors and two tugboat crewmembers, have been continuing since Monday.
Kittery, Maine: Workers at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard are bracing for pay cuts as the Department of Defense works to trim its budget.
The incident occurred on May 23, 2012 when the sub was undergoing a 20-month dry dock overhaul at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, RT reported.
com)-- Dawn Enterprises, leading manufacturer of concrete and steel outdoor site furnishings, recently supplied custom steel bollards to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for the P282 Consolidated Global Submarine Component Facility.
The Navy's four public shipyards--Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard--are critical in maintaining fleet readiness and supporting ongoing operations worldwide.
Once completed the modules will be loaded onto barges destined for Rosyth Naval Shipyard, Firth of Forth, Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth's hull is being built.
The construction of naval ships at government owned naval shipyards was terminated when the USS Blue Ridge's construction was completed at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in 1970.

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