1996 Electric Boat News

Below are links to recent issues of EB News, the company newspaper. The files are in PDF, which requires Acrobat Reader, a free plug-in available for download from www.adobe.com. To view an issue, simply click on its cover. To return to this list afterward, click on your browser's Back button.

EB News December 1996

December 1996

Top stories:
  • Employees, Company Donate $1M to United Way
  • MTC Employees Contribute to SNN-21 Repairs
  • Employee Task Group Defines “Culture Change”
EB News November 1996

November 1996

Top stories:
  • Community Services Goal: 80% Employee Participation
  • State Environmental Group Learns About New Attack Sub
  • Welch outlines EB’s Future for Management Group
EB News October 1996

October 1996

Top stories:

  • Welch to EB: Get Ready for NSSN Competition
  • Graphic Services Introduces High Tech Equipment
  • General Dynamics Reports 3Q Results
EB News September 1996

September 1996

Top stories:

  • A Q&A With Operations’ John Casey
  • New process Evaluates EB’s Design/Build Approach
  • EB Will Lead Shipbuilding Improvement Project
EB News August 1996

August 1996

Top stories:
  • EB Christens 18th and Final Trident
  • EB Gets Refreshing Breath of New Technology
  • Improve the Workplace Through Communication
EB News July 1996

July 1996

Top stories:
  • Seawolf Returns From Sea Trials: Navy Praises Ship’s Performance
  • Q&A With Bob Nardone
  • Welch Reaffirms EB’s Commitment to Apprentice Program
EB News March/April 1996

March/April 1996

Top stories:
  • Seawolf Team hangs Tough
  • Power and Performance From the Sea
  • Holly Pierce: Still a Believer in Culture Change
EB News February 1996

February 1996

Top stories:
  • $1.5B Design Job is Key to EB’s Future
  • Aircraft Maker Flies High With Worker Involvement: Douglas Employees Share Success Story With EB
  • General Dynamics Reports 1995 Results
EB News January 1996

January 1996

Top stories:
  • 1995 Report to Employees
  • Innovation Focuses on SSN-23, NSSN
  • Delivery Prepares for Low-Rate Production