Austal USA delivered the future USS Augusta (LCS 34) to the U.S. Navy. LCS 34 is the 17th Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) delivered by the company and the second U.S. Navy vessel to be named Augusta in honor of Maine’s state capital.
Austal USA christened its 14th Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF), USNS Cody, during a ceremony at its advanced manufacturing facility today. Cody is the first EPF Flight II as well as the first Navy vessel to honor the city of Cody, Wyo.
Austal USA delivered Expeditionary Fast Transport USNS Apalachicola (EPF 13) to the U.S. Navy. This is the 2nd Navy ship named after the coastal Florida city; both ships were built in Mobile.
Austal USA was awarded a $156 million U.S. Navy contract option for the construction of two Navajo-class Towing, Salvage, and Rescue Ships (T-ATS).
On July 21, Austal USA delivered the future USS Santa Barbara (LCS 32) to the U.S. Navy. LCS 32 is the 16th Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) delivered by the company.
Austal USA celebrated the start of construction on the company’s first steel ship today – a U.S. Navy Navajo Class Towing, Salvage, and Rescue Ship (T-ATS 11).
Austal USA was awarded a contract with a potential value of $3.3 billion for the detail design and construction of up to 11 Offshore Patrol Cutters (OPC) for the United States Coast Guard (USCG).
On May 23rd, Austal USA successfully launched the 17th Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), the future USS Augusta (LCS 34).
Austal USA in Mobile, Ala., celebrated the keel laying of the future USS Kingsville (LCS 36) at our ship manufacturing facility today.
Austal Limited is pleased to announce Austal USA has delivered the future USS Canberra (LCS30) to the United States Navy.