The frigates USS Curts and USS Vandegrift sit in dry dock at General Dynamics Nassco in 2011, left. The Nassco shipyard accommodates new ship construction as well as U.S. Navy ship repair. The view at right is at sunrise. Nassco recently announced that 290 subcontractors and 375 workers who had been facing possible layoffs will continue to work.

The frigates USS Curts and USS Vandegrift sit in dry dock at General Dynamics Nassco in 2011, left. The Nassco shipyard accommodates new ship construction as well as U.S. Navy ship repair. The view at right is at sunrise. Nassco recently announced that 290 subcontractors and 375 workers who had been facing possible layoffs will continue to work.

A changed federal budget picture means that the General Dynamics Nassco shipyard will not have to go through with 665 layoffs announced earlier this year...

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