Northup Grunman Amphibious Command Ships

Newport News Asbestos Exposure

The Newport News Shipyard constructed 1 Amphibious Command Ship and repaired or overhauled many more. If you live in or around Newport News and were involved in the construction, repair or overhaul of this Amphibious Command Ship, you may have been exposed to asbestos. If you served in the United States Navy and were stationed aboard one of these Amphibious Command Ship, you are also at risk for asbestos exposure. The family members of persons exposed to asbestos are also at risk for contracting mesothelioma cancer. If you were exposed to asbestos aboard a Amphibious Command Ship at Newport News, contact our mesothelioma attorneys for a free case evaluation.

The following list is just of newly constructed Amphibious Command Ships and does not include repairs or overhauls.

Ship Name Launch Date Commision Date Length BeamDisplacement Owner

Mount Whitney (LCC20) Jan 8, 1970 Jan 16, 1971 620'0" 82'0" 18,831 U.S. Navy

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