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Adm. Kollmorgen Named
Chief Of Naval Research
Rear Adm. Leland S. Kollmorgen, USN, was confirmed by Congress, and has as- sumed the duties as Chief of Naval Re- search, Office of Naval Research, Fairfax,
Va. He will also serve as Deputy Chief of
Naval Material (Technology) and Chief of
In these capacities, he directs the plan- ning and execution of the Department of the Navy Technology Base programs for basic research and exploratory development.
In addition, he is responsible for the admin- istration and supervision of all Department of the Navy activities relating to patents, inventions, trademarks, and copyrights. Ad- miral Kollmorgen was previously the direc- tor of the Systems Analysis Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
Name Two Engineering
Officials At Marinette
Two appointments were announced recent- ly in the engineering department of Marinet- te Marine Corporation, Marinette, Wis. Ben
Bogdan Tyzner has joined the firm as chief marine engineer, and James Byrnes ac- cepted the position of chief, outfitting design.
Ben Bogdan Tyzner James Byrnes
Mr. Tyzner's responsibilities include the management of mechanical, piping, and heat- ing, ventilation, and air-conditioning design groups. He has held positions with Sun
Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, the J.J.
Henry Co., and most recently was director of engineering for AMTEC Development
Mr. Byrnes is responsible for all outfitting design development and preparation. He comes to Marinette Marine with over 29 years' experience with R.A. Steam, Inc. of
Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where he was most recently vice president of operations.
Nuclear-Powered Sub 'Dallas' Joins The Fleet
The nuclear-powered attack submarine
Dallas (SSN-700) was commissioned recent- ly during ceremonies held at General Dy- namics, Electric Boat Division, Groton,
William P. Clements Jr., Governor of
Texas, was principal speaker during the cer- emonies. Mrs. Clements was the ship's sponsor.
The Dallas is the first U.S. Navy ship named in honor of the city in Texas, county seat of Dallas County and the second larg- est city in the state. Dallas also commem- orates the name of Vice President George
Used primarily for antisubmarine war- fare, the Dallas is a Los Angeles-class sub- marine and has an overall length of 360 feet (109.7 m), a beam of 33 feet (10.1 m), and a submerged displacement of 6,900 tons.
The submarine's complement will be 12 of- ficers and 115 enlisted men. Armament in- cludes four 21-inch torpedo tubes for MK 48 torpedoes and SUBROC missiles. The tubes are also designed to launch Harpoon missiles.
Appledore Gets $2-Million Order
To Design Shipyard For Dome
To Build Arctic Vessels
A & P Appledore, Canada Ltd., a member of the A & P Appledore Group, has been awarded a $2-million (Canadian) contract by
Dome Petroleum Limited of Calgary, to de- sign a shipyard capable of building large arctic vessels, including Arctic VLCCs up to 200,000 dwt.
A & P Appledore's involvement in Dome's new shipbuilding facilities include: site in- vestigation, project scheduling, shipyard lay- out design, shipyard equipment engineering, manpower and management planning, con- ceptual ship design, and design for produc- tion.
The proposed shipyard will possess the highest steelwork manufacturing technology to meet the specific needs of Arctic-class vessels. The envisaged steel throughput will be approaching 100,000 tons yearly.
The shipyard design will possess the flex- ibility to construct a mix of vessel types ranging from conventional ships to the fab- rication of offshore modules. It is estimated that this shipyard will be completed and in production by the middle of 1984. The yard will have over double the capacity of any existing yard in Canada, and could well be the largest in North America in terms of yearly steel throughput.
A & P Appledore is also actively involved in plans for modernization and possible ex- pansion of Davie Shipyard in Lauzon, near
Quebec City. repair at the crossroads
Ideally located for speed, economy and convenience a complete
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PUERTO RICO DRYDOCK REORGANIZES
New Experienced Management. Providing direct/individual Ship Supervision.
Expanding all facets of the Repair Facility. New Mobile Crane, 45 Tons.
New Machine Shop adjacent to Graving Dock, Increased stock of steel (ABS/LR). formerly outside premises. Direct access to U.S. Suppliers.
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