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Builder Type Navy Nos. No. Value, $Mil. 3 —MAJOR U.S. NAVAL VESSELS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
OR ON ORDER AT U.S. YARDS — SEPTEMBER 1, 1981 (Con.)
Halter Signs Contracts To Build Six
Additional Vessels For Petromar Fleet
Ingalls Shipbuilding . . . Missile Destroyer
Aegis Missile Cruiser
Lockheed Shipbuilding Sub. Tender
Dock Landing Ship
Marinette Marine Fleet Ocean Tug
National Steel & SB Destroyer Tender .
Cable Repair Ship
Newport News SB Attack Carrier .
Peterson Builders Patrol Gunboats **
Tacoma Boatbuilding . Missile Patrol Chaser **
Med. End. Cutter* . .
Todd-San Pedro Guided Missile Frigate
Todd-Seattle Guided-Missile Frigate *For U.S. Coast Guard. **For Saudi Arabia. . DDG-994-6 3 1,050.0 . DD-997 1 231.
CG-47 287.8 . CG-48 1 298.0 . CG 49, 50 2 667.1 . AS-41 1 209.5 . LSD-41 338.6
T-ARC-7 1 520.0 107.0
CVN-70-71 2 1,718.6
SSN-712-15 4 388.0
SSN-716-18 3 380.8
SSN-721-3 3 675.0
ARS-50 . 70.1 54.5 . F-PCG-1-4 4 52.5 . WMEC-902-4 3 97.
FFG-19, 23, 25 . FFG-27, 30, 33 . FFG-38, 41, 43 . FFG-46 . FFG-51, 54
FFG-20, 22 . FFG-28, 31, 35 . FFG-37, 40
FFG-44, 48 . FFG-52 3 151.0 3 147. 3 214.8 1 67.7 2 2 100.7 3 147.0 2 143.2 2 135.3 1
Halter Marine, Inc., New Or- leans, La., and the Petromar Cor- poration celebrated the christen- ing of the 192-foot tug/supply boat Petromar Bravo with the signing of contracts for six ad- ditional tug/supply vessels. Each will be 185 feet long and powered by remanufactured EMD12645C diesel engines developing 3,000 hp.
From left to right are: Charles
LeBlanc, Petromar president;
James McDowell, Petromar vice president, marketing; Jim Banks,
Petromar vice president; Bob
Mark, Halter sales executive; and
Jim Cobb, Halter vice president, sales.
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