J.M. Ringelberg Joins Seaward International

Seaward I n t e r n a t i o n a l , Inc., 6269 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Va. 22044, has announced that J.

Michael Ringelberg has joined the company as director of marketing.

Mr. Ringelberg will be responsible for marketing Seaward International's SEA CUSHION fenders, SEA FLOAT buoys and floats, oil p o l l u t i o n control equipment and related engineering services.

Prior to joining Seaward International, Mr. Ringelberg spent 16 years in the United States Navy as an engineering duty officer specializing in diving and salvage.

His most recent assignment was commanding officer of the U.S.

Navy Experimental Diving Unit, an organization whose mission is r e s e a r c h , development, testing and evaluation of diving equipment and systems. Prior to this, he was Fleet Salvage Officer for the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, where his responsibilities included direction and execution of diving, salvage, and oil-pollution abatement operations in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Other assignments involved seagoing tours as an engineering and deck officer. Previous shore assignments were in the areas of ship construction, overhaul, repair, docking and trials, in both the Atlantic and Pacific, including the Republic of Vietnam.

Mr. Ringelberg is a graduate of the New York State Maritime College. He completed postgraduate work at Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, and Stevens Institute of Technology. He holds the degrees of Bachelor of Marine Engineering, Bachelor of Science (Marine Engineering), and Master of Science in Naval Architecture.

He is a licensed merchant marine engineering officer and a registered professional engineer.

He is a member of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, the American Society of Naval Engineers, the Marine Technology Society, the Undersea Medical Society, the American Society of Military Engineers, and the Society of Sigma Xi.

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