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MM A Meeting Draws Immediate Return Engagement By DLA's General Morgan

At the conclusion of his morning presentation that outlined the Defense Logistic Agency's (DLA) organization and operation, Maj. Gen. Joseph Morgan, USAF, DLA executive director for quality, received a barrage of questions, complaints, and comments

 

The USCG, MTSA '02 and IMO - The New Faces of Security

The U.S. maritime world is rapidly changing direction as security becomes an ever larger and more important issue to the federal government. We have seen the Department of Homeland Security created, the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 become law,

Maritime Industry Gets A New Act

After two years of machinations within Congress, involving various federal agencies and with some input from the private sector, the United States finally has a Maritime Transportation Security Act. This measure, when fully implemented, will impose

Cradle Tweendecks Patent for Langh Ship

In the invention devised by Langh Ship, steel coils are transported on tweendecks that are equipped with integrated cradles. The method was granted a Finnish patent in 2001 and it has now passed the European Patent Office's inspection, which ascertained that the innovation's novelty,

Welcome "Lo Jack" For Ships

Epic proportions of automobile theft in the U.S. led to the creation a few years ago of an innovative product dubbed Lo-Jack, which is essentially a hidden transmitter placed in the vehicle which, when activated by a call of a stolen vehicle to the police,

Dr. Daniel True Appointed Senior Research Civil Engineer At NCEL

Dr. Daniel G. True, senior research civil engineer at the Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (NCEL), Port Hueneme, Calif., has been promoted to director of the Seafloor Engineering Division. He succeeds Norman D. Albertsen who has been appointed manager

Seminar Series Aims to Ensure Compliance

A new series of seminars, starting in July and ending in September, aims to educate the maritime community on fast developing new rules and regulations, and more importantly, on how these changes will affect individual companies. Starting in July and ending in September,

Bailey Supplies Control System For World's Largest Submersible Derrick Barge

The world's largest submersible derrick barge, built by Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. for McDermott International, Inc., has been equipped with an advanced ballast control system supplied by Bailey Controls. The Bailey Network

$19.9-Million Contract Awarded Tracor By Navy

Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, has received a multiyear contract from the U.S. Navy Electronic Systems Engineering Activity, St. Inigoes, Md., to provide engineering support services for test and evaluation programs. William C. Moyer, Ph.D., group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences,

D A M P A Inc. Relocates H e a d Office In U.S. To Baltimore, Md.

DAMPA Inc. recently announced the relocation and opening of its head office in the United States. The address is: DAMPA Inc., Suite 106-108, The Gatehouse at North Park, Hunt Valley, Md. 21030. DAMPA also announced that its staff has been expanded

 
 
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