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Today on Up To Speed: 5G coming to Newport News and giving back to our military.

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Newport News becomes first 5G shipyard with Verizon Ultra Wideband.

Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia’s largest industrial employer, is getting equipped for the future with Verizon 5G. Newport News Shipbuilding makes aircraft carriers and submarines for the U.S. Navy. Enabled with Verizon 5G, the shipyard will be able to improve their manufacturing efficiency with real-time analytics.

V Teamers send care packages to troops overseas.

V Teamers and their families across the East Coast came together this weekend to build care packages for military service members stationed overseas this holiday season. Employees in call centers, garages and central offices from Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania participated in the American Red Cross Armed Forces Adopt-A-Unit Campaign.

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