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美国三大船厂将被投20亿美元

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1月24日,通用动力公司首席执行官Phebe Novakovic表示,为应对来自美国海军的需求突增,将对下属三家船厂投资约20亿美元。(全英文新闻见本文中文后)其中计划向位于康涅狄格州的电船公司投资17亿美元改造船厂设施,以满足同时建造“弗吉尼亚”级Block V型改进型潜艇及“哥伦比亚”级战略核潜艇的任务需求。

 

  “弗吉尼亚”级Block V型攻击型潜艇将搭载“弗吉尼亚负载模块”,该模块将使潜艇具备搭载40枚垂直发射“战斧”导弹的能力。

 

  “弗吉尼亚”级Block V型攻击型潜艇从吨位到性能均将有较大提升,因此对制造能力提出了更高需求。

 

  通用动力正在开展“哥伦比亚”级战略核潜艇的详细设计,该潜艇是“俄亥俄”级弹道导弹核潜艇的替代艇,美国海军计划2021年开始该级潜艇首艇的采购,。

 

通用动力公司还将向位于缅因州的巴斯钢铁和位于圣迭戈的国家钢铁造船厂投资2亿美元,前者负责建造驱逐舰,后者建造各类辅船。美国海军正在衡量能力需求,以在开展“哥伦比亚”级潜艇建造的同时,还能保持每年两艘“弗吉尼亚”级潜艇的建造进度——此前的建造计划是“哥伦比亚”级潜艇建造期间每年仅建造一艘“弗吉尼亚”级潜艇。 


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WASHINGTON ― 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.


“In response to the significant increased demand from our Navy customer across all three of our shipyards, we’re investing in each of our yards,” said Phebe Novakovic, GD’s chief executive officer.


The company is planning to spend about $1.7 billion at its Electric Boat yard in Connecticut as it ramps up for the next iteration of the Virginia-class attack submarines, the Block V, as well as the Columbia-class ballistic missile submarine.


 US Navy submarine program loses some of its shine

US Navy submarine program loses some of its shine


The luster is off a bit for the Virginia-class submarine building program, long considered a model US Navy construction effort that routinely brings down the building time and cost for each successive sub. One submarine has just missed its contract delivery date – pushed back even more when sea trials were halted to return to port – and shipbuilders are working harder to keep construction on schedule.


By: Christopher P. Cavas

The Block V includes the Virginia Payload Module, a new section inserted into the ship that gives the Virginia-class sub the capacity for up to 40 vertically launched Tomahawk missiles.


“Block V is a significant upgrade in size and performance requiring additional manufacturing capacity,” she said.


General Dynamics is currently working on the detailed designs for the Columbia-class sub, the first of which the Navy is planning to buy in 2021, with advanced procurement beginning in 2019. Columbia is the replacement for the aging Ohio-class submarines.


The company is also investing $200 million between Bath Iron Works in Maine, which builds destroyers, and NASSCO in San Diego, California, which builds auxiliary ships, Novakovic said.


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“So suffice it to say, we are poised to support our Navy customers as they increase the size of the fleet,” she said.


The Navy is weighing options to keep producing two Virginia-class subs per year, even during years that the Navy purchases a Columbia. The previous shipbuilding plan called for just one during Columbia years.


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