Sleep is essential to our physical and mental health. Despite its importance, a large percentage of people find themselves regularly deprived of quality sleep and are notably tired throughout the day.
Consistent with applicable guidelines and availability, Singing River Health System will administer vaccines on-site, to all Ingalls employees, contractors and U.S. Navy & Coast Guard customers. The vaccines will be administered on Thursday, May 20, from 1 to 4:00 p.m. at the Ingalls COVID testing facility on the west side of Jerry St. Pe' Highway.
Dear Ingalls Shipbuilding employees:
WATCH: Welder Karen King reached a turning point in her life when she decided to become a shipbuilder
Struggling to make ends meet with low wages and sporadic shifts, basically living in her car, Karen King decided it was time for a change and enrolled in classes to become a welder at Ingalls Shipbuilding. Ingalls offers no-cost career training opportunities. Visit https://ingalls.huntingtoningalls.com/careers/trainingprograms/ to hear more stories like Karen’s and learn more about Ingalls’ training opportunities.
Security officer Christine Bates with Ethics On-The-Spot Award.
High school seniors accept Ingalls job offers after completing Ingalls Shipbuilder Academy.
Community service is important, and numerous Ingalls shipbuilders are actively engaged in their community. Many Ingalls employees serve as board members for local non-profits, schools, churches and other organizations making a difference across the Gulf Coast. If you currently serve on a board, let us know so we can spotlight your efforts. You can self-report your community involvement by emailing your name, type of service and organization to IngallsConnect@hii-ingalls.com.
The DDG 123 test team starts the first generator, from right, test engineer Caleb Johnston, operator Stevi Conroy, electrician Joshua Thompson and outside machinist Keenum Dawson.
May is Healthy Vision Month. Try incorporating these foods in your diet to help strengthen your eyes and protect them as you age.
Goliath lands the 475-ton grand block 3140 onto Bougainville (LHA 8).
As a mother, shipfitter Kristen Dean, remembers the stress of unstable employment and felt like a weight was lifted when she completed the HireUp program and joined Ingalls Shipbuilding to provide for her children. Ingalls Shipbuilding offers no-cost career training opportunities. Visit https://ingalls.huntingtoningalls.com/careers/trainingprograms/ to hear more stories like Kristen’s and learn more about Ingalls’ training opportunities.
Consistent with applicable guidelines and availability, Singing River Health System will administer vaccines on-site, to all Ingalls employees, contractors and U.S. Navy & Coast Guard customers. The vaccines will be administered on Friday, May 14, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Covey Conference Room located inside the Ingalls Safety Office.
Ingalls Shipbuilding has extended full-time job offers to 29 high school seniors across coastal Mississippi and Alabama who have successfully completed Ingalls Shipbuilder Academy.
Did you know the Salvation Army, a United Way agency, provides food and other services to those in need?
The aft section of the forward superstructure is landed on Richard M. McCool Jr. (LPD 29).
What gets measured gets improved. Doctors track
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Members of the EH&S team recently volunteered in the annual Desoto Forest Cleanup picking up trash and debris.
When the keel grand block for Calhoun (WMSL 759) landed in its construction cradle, the event marked a major milestone in the National Security Cutter program.
Mental health is just as important as your physical health, especially when you factor in stress and uncertainty from the pandemic. It affects how we think, feel and act, and helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Be aware of your mental health and watch for these early indicators of mental health issues:
Apply to serve as an internal volunteer for a Damage Control temporary position for upcoming sea trials. Applications will be accepted through May 14.
A gallery of photos from the christening of Lenah Sutcliffe Higbee (DDG 123) has been added.
Ingalls Shipbuilding hull superintendent Dianna Genton was recently featured in Gulf Coast Woman Magazine. Dianna gives a piece of career and life advice in the article, “I always tell people everything at work and at home is what you make of it. Don’t be a victim; take action if you truly want to make a difference.” Gulf Coast Woman Magazine is free and available at many locations on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
As Ingalls Shipbuilding President Kari Wilkinson completes her first month on the job, she shares her thoughts on the company’s future in terms of our people, our community, and our legacy.