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IS IT TIME TO TAKE THE PUBLIC SHIPYARDS PRIVATE?

Naval shipyards have been in operation in the U.S. for over 180 years and, with the private sector, share the mission of providing adequate naval and maritime resources to meet national defense requirements in times of peace and conflict. These shipyards

 

Bath Iron Works Appoints Frank Kerr And Fred Kahrl

Two professional appointments to the staff of the vice president, Industrial and Community Relations, were announced by John F. Sullivan, president of Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine: Frank Kerr as manager of public and community relations, and Fred J.

Pan-American Naval Engineers To Hold 1983 Meeting In Washington

The Eighth Congress of the Pan- American Institute of Naval Engineering (IPEN) will be held in Washington, D.C. (Hyatt Regency Hotel, Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia), September 11-17, 1983. In announcing plans for the meeting, Rear Admiral James W.

W O R K I N G TOWARD CLEAN AIR A ND CLEAN WATER

AWO has long been a responsible leader in the environmental effort to achieve clean air and clean water in the United States. One might first be surprised by that statement, but thinking about it for a moment, those who know AWO well will emerge

Fort Schuyler Forum To Be Held March 16

The Society of Marine Port Engineers, New York, N.Y., Inc. will hold its Fort Schuyler Forum on Wednesday, March 16, 1988. This will be the 36th time the forum will be held at the SUNY Maritime College campus, located in the Throgs Neck section of the Bronx, New York City.

Northrop (arumman Unloads Hair-built 1 roiect America ohip to JNLL

The saga of the now-defunct American Classic Voyages' U.S. Lines has seemingly come to a close with Northrop Grumman Corporation reaching an agreement on August 19 to sell all structures and material associated with the cruise vessel program at

U.S. Maritime Operations Cited For Outstanding Safety Records

Some two dozen United States maritime enterprises, including operators of ocean tankers, general cargoliner vessels, stevedoring and marine terminal facilities, towboats and military ships and shipyards were cited for outstanding records in industry safety.

National Maritime Historical Society Elects Admiral Will

Adm. John M. Will, USN (ret.), chairman of Arthur Tickle Engineering Works in Brooklyn, N.Y., has been elected chairman of the National Maritime Historical Society. He succeeds Rear Adm. Walter F. Schlech Jr., USN (ret.), of Annapolis, Md., who

Maritime Services Moves To Expanded Facilities

Maritime Services Corporation (MSC) has moved to expanded facilities according to George Selfridge, CEO. The new facilities will more than triple office, warehouse and manufacturing space. Located on 3.5 acres of light industrial land in Hood River, Ore.

The Midas Touch

Minimizing the risk of a water-borne or delivered terrorist attack is no small responsibility. Maritime Reporter visited recently with U.S. Coast Guard LCDR Stephen M. Midas. Chief, Planning and Risk Management Department, Marine Safety Office Hampton Roads, for some insights.

 
 
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