Northern N e w England A S N E Appoints Councilman, Sets M e e t i n g Schedule

The Northern New England Section of ASNE announced the appointment recently of Capt.

Gerald Sedor, officer in charge of PERA(SS), to a three-year term as councilman, replacing Capt.

Phil O'Connell, who was transferred to SUPSHIPS, Groton, Conn.

ASNE section chairman Phil Johnson reported that a program has been initiated to accommodate the Northern New England section members living in the greater Bath and greater Boston areas. As a result, three dinner meetings will be scheduled in Bath, and three in Boston during the course of the year. The remaining program for the first half of the 1981-82 year is: October 15, "Marine Terminals — Newington, N.H. & Searsport, ME," speaker from Sprague Energy Corporation—Commissioned Officers Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, N.H.; October, "Wind Ships," speaker from Wind Ship Development Corporation — tentatively scheduled for the Museum of Science, Boston, Mass; November, "Alternate Marine Fuels," speaker from General Electric Company and a ship tour at Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine—Commissioned Officers Club, Naval Air Station, B r u n s w i c k , Maine; December, "Foreign Submarine Designs," by Capt. Harry Jackson, USN (ret.) — this will be a joint meeting with The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers — C o m m i s s i o n e d Officers Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

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