Marinette Delivers First Of Ten Torpedo Weapons Retrievers

The first of 10 Torpedo Weapons Retrievers (TWR) under contract at Marinette Marine Corporation in Marinette, Wise., departed the shipyard recently for delivery to the Naval Sea Systems Command in Charleston, S.C. The TWR Class is an entirely


Admiral Payne To Succeed Admiral Brockett At Webb

John A. Livingston, chairman of the board of trustees of Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, has announced that Rear Adm. Charles N. Payne, USN (ret.), will succeed Rear Adm. William A. Brockett as president of Webb when the latter retires next July.

Speed to Spare

The Australian marine industry is noted for building large, fast, efficient vessels, primarily for commercial fernpurposes. But as coastal patrol needs grow, so too do the military applications for these amazing breeds. Follow ing is a brief review of some of the recent news from Down Under.

W.E. Christiansen Jr. Joins St. Louis Ship

W. Edward Christiansen Jr. has been appointed vice presidentproduction for the Shipbuilding Group of Pott Industries Inc., according to E. Renshaw, Group president. Mr. Christiansen has had extensive experience in all areas of shipbuilding production from program manager,

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.

Marinette Marine Complete Expansion Of Dockwall Along Menominee River

Marinette Marine Corporation of Marinette, Wise., has just added another 1,100 feet to its existing 1,100- foot dockwall along the Menominee River. Planning for the dockwall extension began in 1982 when Marinette applied for grant funding through the Wisconsin Harbor Assistance Program.

Bath Iron Works Sold To New York Investor Group

Bath Iron Works Corporation (BIW) of Bath, Maine, one of the country's leading shipbuilders, has been purchased by private investors led by Gibbons, Green, van Amerongen, Ltd., a diversified investment banking firm based in New York. BIW was formerly owned by Congoleum Corporation,

Combustion Engineering A w a r d ed $ 7 M i l l i o n In N a v y Boiler Contracts

Combustion Engineering, Inc. (C-E), Windsor, Conn., has been awarded three separate contracts for boilers and related equipment to be installed on U.S. Navy ships, the company recently announced. Under the contracts, valued at approximately $7 million,

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

Capt. Cunningham Named Financial Manager At USCG Yard, Curtis Bay

Capt. David Cunningham recently reported to the Coast Guard yard in Curtis Bay, Md. He will serve as the yard's manager of financial operations, a position which oversees the shipyard's fiscal, supply and procurement activities, as well as the ships' inventory control point.

shipbuilding shipbuilding industry shipping shipping company shipping industry shipyard shipyards similar SNAME solutions spill