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At General Dynamics, our employees are the heart of our company. We rely on their dedication to excellence and their intimate knowledge of customer requirements to meet the needs of customers around the globe, day in and day out. Our employees’ unique blend of skill, innovation and agility drives our continued success, and we take our responsibility to them seriously.

Why Electric Boat?

General Dynamics Electric Boat has been designing and building submarines since 1899, beginning with USS Holland, the U.S. Navy’s first commissioned undersea warship.

Electric Boat consistently develops and integrates complex systems to deliver a long line of first-of-a-kind ships to the U.S. Navy. While Electric Boat’s primary focus is on submarine production, the company actively participates in markets adjacent to its core business, leveraging expertise and technical innovation to naval surface ship and commercial nuclear programs. 

Primary operations are the shipyard in Groton, CT, the automated hull-fabrication and outfitting facility in Quonset Point, RI, and an engineering building in New London, CT.

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Electric Boat (EB) recently held our third annual High School Signing Days in Connecticut and Rhode Island, celebrating 389-and-counting high school students who have chosen to pursue a career in shipbuilding at EB following graduation.
A long-standing EB tradition, turkey distribution serves as a way for the workforce to kick off the holiday season together, and for management to personally thank employees for another year of hard work and contributions to our mission. EB ordered nearly 23,000 turkeys this year to hand out to employees, many of whom continued their own tradition of giving back by donating their turkey to those in need.
Electric Boat is proud to announce the delivery of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 795) to the U.S. Navy. Hyman G. Rickover is the 22nd submarine of the Virginia class, which provides the U.S. Navy with the capabilities required to retain undersea dominance well into the 21st century.
Electric Boat is proud to support the American Heart Association and continue the tremendous momentum we've created to bring education and wellness to our communities.
Groton, Conn., is the Submarine Capital of the World, and for those visiting, living or working in the area, you can understand why—especially if you’ve caught a glimpse of an Electric Boat submarine cruising down the Thames River. Most recently, this was SSN 795 Hyman G. Rickover, heading out for the first time to embark on sea trials.
PCU Iowa (SSN 797), the 24th submarine of the Virginia class, recently rolled out of General Dynamics Electric Boat’s assembly building in Groton, CT. Following the roll-out, PCU Iowa made her way to the graving dock, which was filled with water to result in the milestone of float-off.

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