Rear Adm. James K. Nunneley, USN, Director, Maintenance and Modernization Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OP-43) was installed as president of the American Society of Naval Engineers at the Society's annual turnover dinner at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.
Capt. William Lowell, USNR, chief operating engineer at Bath Iron Works Corporation (BIW), was the featured speaker at a recent dinner meeting of the Northern New England Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers. The meeting was held at the Commissioned Officers Club,
The USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79), the first of the Arleigh Burke Flight 2A Aegis destroyers and the 17th Bath Iron Works-built, was commissioned in Norfolk Naval Station on Saturday August 19, 2000. Ship sponsor Dianne Reason, wife of retired admiral Paul Reason, brought the ship to life.
Ivan Monk, currently vice chairman of the board of directors of DeLaval Turbine Inc., assumed leadership of the American Society of Naval Engineers on June 30, 1978, as the 85th president of the Society. The presidential term of the Society is one year.
The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers has announced that the 1986 Chesapeake Marine Engineering Symposium is to be held on January 24, 1986, at the Sheraton National Hotel in Arlington, Va. The featured
James H. Webber has been promoted to vice admiral and assigned as chief engineer of the Navy. In making the announcement, chief of naval operations Adm. James D. Watkins said the appointment "sets a new tone for the Engineering Duty Officer Corps,
The Secretary of Defense recently announced the following Presidential flag officer appointments: Rear Adm. James F. Dorsey Jr., USN, for appointment to the grade of vice admiral and assignment as Commander Third Fleet. Rear Adm. Henry H. Mauz Jr.
The October meeting of the Long Beach-Greater Los Angeles Section of The American Society of Naval Engineers was held in the Princess Room of the S/S Princess Louise Restaurant in San Pedro, Calif. The members and guests enjoyed the fellowship
The HMAS Adelaide, the first of three guided missile frigates to be built for the A u s t r a l i a n Government, was recently launched at Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation Seattle (Wash.) Division. Five others of the same design are being built at Todd- Seattle for the United States Navy.
Papers are now being solicited by the Tidewater Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers for the Naval Ship Maintenance & Modernization Symposium subtitled "Affordability." The symposium, to be held October 3— 4, 1984, at the Omni Hotel, Norfolk, Va.