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The future USNS Apalachicola, under construction at Austal USA in Mobile, completes sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
Austal has partnered with Saildrone Inc. to build autonomous, uncrewed surface vehicles — with work on the first vessel beginning in October.
With this contract, Austal USA will now produce four of these vessels — T-ATS 11, 12, 13 and 14 — on its new steel shipbuilding line in Mobile.
Austal USA has delivered Littoral Combat Ship 32, destined to be the USS Santa Barbara, to the U.S. Navy.
T-ATS 11 is the first of several ships planned for the U.S. Coast Guard being built on Austal's new steel line.
The U.S. Coast Guard awarded Austal USA, based in Mobile, a contract worth a potential $3.3 billion for the design and construction of up to 11 offshore patrol cutters
Mobile shipbuilder, long a provider of aluminum ships for the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, opens second line to make steel vessels.
Austal USA has been awarded a $128 million contract to design and build an auxiliary dry dock for the U.S. Navy.
Austal USA has been awarded a $230.5 million contract for construction of EPF 16, an Expeditionary Fast Transport ship for the U.S. Navy.
Robotics and technology are key to the new $100 million waterfront steel shipbuilding production line at Austal.