PHOTOS: 2017 NASSCO Service Awards

At the 2017 NASSCO Service Awards on September 30, we recognized employees who have reached significant milestones in their careers: those with 25, 30, 35, and 40+ years of service with our company. Among the honorees, several were recognized for achieving the coveted rank of Master Shipbuilder—employees with 40 or more years of service to Read More >

Department Spotlight: Test and Trials

As part of the Test and Trials department spotlight, the NASSCO Communications Department joined members of their team aboard the Palmetto State – the last of the ECO Class tankers – to capture sea trials in action.

Remembering Our Roots in Barrio Logan

On Saturday, July 8, NASSCO officially named and christened its newest tug boat, the “Blue Fin.” Earning its namesake through a contest extended to schools in the Greater Logan Heights community, the name “Blue Fin” is reminiscent of NASSCO’s early beginnings as a major manufacturer of tuna boats beginning in the 1940s. At the center Read More >

Announcing the 2017 NASSCO Dependent Scholarship Program Recipients

We are pleased to announce the 2017 NASSCO Dependent Scholarship Program recipients. Ellyn Brouillette is a 2017 honors graduate from Helix Charter High School. As part of her extracurricular activities and as an active member of her community, she participated in beach clean-ups and worked with the Hubbs Sea World White Sea Bass Rehabilitation Program. Read More >

2017 ShipShape for Life Challenge

Eat better. Increase your physical activity. Lose weight and improve your health. The 2017 ShipShape for Life Challenge begins June 22! Form a team of 5-10 people, preferably co-workers or friends that you see on a regular basis at work. Teams must be formed and registered no later than June 21. This 16-week wellness program Read More >

From the Helm: Earth Day Message

One of NASSCO’s four goals is ‘Secure Our Future.’ While securing our future can often be thought of as winning the new construction and repair contracts that sustain us, it must also be thought of more broadly. Securing our future also means being good stewards of the natural resources we are blessed with – the Read More >

NASSCO Firefighters Raise $1,500 for Burn Institute

SAN DIEGO – With the assistance of their colleagues, the NASSCO Fire Department raised more than $1,500 during their annual boot drive benefitting the Burn Institute. The funds raised will support burn survivor services, including “Camp Beyond the Scars” for burn-injured children ages 8 to 17. Thanks to all who donated!   2017 Collection Photos