Industry news Electric Boat Bags USD 520 Mln for Virginia-Class Block IV Complement135 Back to overview,Home naval-today Electric Boat Bags USD 520 Mln for Virginia-Class Block IV Status10 completed, remaining 8 to be built Rangeunlimited View post tag: Defense View post tag: Naval View post tag: submarine View post tag: Block V VIRGINIA-CLASS SUBMARINEElectric Boat Corp, a subsidiary of General Dynamics, has secured a USD 520 million worth contract action under the existing contract for future U.S. Navy’s Virginia-class submarines to be built under block IV. View post tag: USD Length115 m View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Electric [mappress]Naval Today Staff, February 5, 2014; Image: HHI View post tag: Defence View post tag: Bags VIRGINIA-CLASS SUBMARINES SPECIFICATIONS Displacement7,900 metric t View post tag: 520 Mln SpeedIn excess of 25 knots View post tag: Virgiania-Class View post tag: Navy View post tag: Boat February 5, 2014 The contract provides for additional long lead time material associated with the two fiscal 2015 Virginia-class submarines (SSN 794 and SSN 795) and the two fiscal 2016 Virginia-class submarines (SSN 796 and SSN 797).The additional long lead time material is intended for steam and electric plant components, the main propulsion unit efforts and ship service turbine generator efforts, steel and miscellaneous hull, mechanical and electrical system components.Designed by Electric Boat from the keel up, the Virginia class is optimized for maximum technological and operational flexibility.Under the $4.2 billion contract awarded by the Navy in 1998, followed by a $8.4 billion contract in 2004 and a $14 billion multiyear contract award in 2008, Electric Boat, together with Huntington Ingalls-Newport News Shipbuilding were assigned with the construction of the first 18 ships of the class in five blocks.AN ARTIST’S RENDERING OF VIRGINIA CLASS SUB UNDERWAYThe class holds the status of the most capable, quiet, and effective nuclear attack submarines in the world, thought the United Kingdom Astute Class SSNs are not lagging behind. Virginia-class submarines are armed with Tomahawk missiles, torpedoes and other weapons. The design of the Virginia-class submarines integrates a “fly-by-wire” capability which allows the ship to quietly stay in shallow waters without having to surface.Blocks I and II, totaling 10 ships, have already been handed over to the Navy. The construction of Block III subs, under way at the moment, will include installation of a new Virginia Payload Tubes, aimed at cutting costs.Block IV will consist of 9-10 submarines, scheduled for construction in 2014. The first Block V submarine is slated to begin construction in fiscal 2019, according to Navy officials.With respect to Block V construction, the subs from Block V will have increased capability, including a new “module” which will boost its Tomahawk missile firing capability from 12 to 40.Majority of the work stipulated by the contract action will take place in Sunnyvale, Calif. (30 percent); Coatesville, Pa. (10 percent); Phillipsburg, N.J. (10 percent); Groton, Conn. (7 percent); Newport News, Va. (7 percent); and various other sites throughout the United States where the remainder of the work will be staged.The completion of the work is set for January 2015. Endurance unlimited except by food supplies Beam10 m Share this article
Facebook Foreign-Ministry international-law politics legal-system house-of-representatives Log in with your social account Forgot Password ? The Foreign Ministry is working to build momentum for the discussion of an international civil law bill after years of it being shelved, in a move that aims to ride the wave of reform currently being pursued by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo.The ministry’s director general for legal affairs and international treaties, Damos Agusman, said Thursday that there was a need to put in place an international civil law to support the President’s focus on economic diplomacy and increase businesses’ and investors’ confidence in Indonesia.“This actually falls under the responsibility of the Law and Human Rights Ministry but the Foreign Ministry has stepped up considering the urgency in an era of globalization and international relations that requires us to have an adequate legal system,” Damos told reporters on the sidelines of a workshop held … LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Linkedin Topics : Google
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