Ship Sponsor Jazania O’Neal writes her initials on a steel plate that will be welded inside Midgett (WMSL 757), the National Security Cutter named in honor of her grandfather, John Allen Midgett. Pictured with O’Neal are Capt. Christopher Webb, left, commanding officer, U.S. Coast Guard Project Resident Office Gulf Coast; Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, and Jack Beard, a structural welder at Ingalls.
Ship Sponsor Jazania O’Neal writes her initials on a steel plate that will be welded inside Midgett (WMSL 757), the National Security Cutter named in honor of her grandfather, John Allen Midgett. Pictured with O’Neal are Capt. Christopher Webb, left, commanding officer, U.S. Coast Guard Project Resident Office Gulf Coast; Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, and Jack Beard, a structural welder at Ingalls. Courtesy Huntington Ingalls Industries
Ship Sponsor Jazania O’Neal writes her initials on a steel plate that will be welded inside Midgett (WMSL 757), the National Security Cutter named in honor of her grandfather, John Allen Midgett. Pictured with O’Neal are Capt. Christopher Webb, left, commanding officer, U.S. Coast Guard Project Resident Office Gulf Coast; Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, and Jack Beard, a structural welder at Ingalls. Courtesy Huntington Ingalls Industries