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January 28, 2018
General Dynamics to Pump Nearly $2 Billion into Its Shipyards
General Dynamics is investing about $2 billion into its shipyards in the coming years to meet the demands of a growing U.S. fleet, the company’s top executive said Wednesday during an earnings call.

 
January 27, 2018
Institute to Help Bulk Up ‘Silicon Valley of undersea warfare,’ Officials Say
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel once called southeastern New England "the Silicon Valley of undersea warfare."

 
January 22, 2018
EB’s Workforce Surpasses 16,000, a Number Not Seen in Nearly 25 Years
Despite the uncertainty created by the federal government shutdown, "none of the markers would suggest that the support for submarines is going down," Electric Boat President Jeffrey Geiger told a crowd Monday morning at the Mystic Marriott.

 
January 15, 2018
New Chief Development Officer for Coast Guard Museum to Lead Fundraising Effort
The new chief development officer of the National Coast Guard Museum Association said that she's pleased by the momentum to date and that this year's focus will be to recruit members for a capital campaign committee who will help raise awareness and money for the $100 million project.

 
January 9, 2018
You Thought the Deep Freeze was Bad? The Winter of 1918 was Worse
Northeast residents are thawing out from a deep freeze that brought record low temperatures and bitter winds a day after a snowstorm hit the East Coast, dumping a foot of snow on some parts of southeastern Connecticut.

 
January 1, 2018
Lyman Native Wrapping up Two Year Stint as Submarine Officer-in-Charge
A Lyman native and current Lieutenant Commander with the U.S. Navy will be honored during a ceremony on Tuesday at the Submarine Force Museum in Groton, Connecticut.

 
 
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