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Diaz Elected President Of
Greater New Orleans
Barge Fleeting Association
Captain Ralph Diaz was re- cently elected president of the
Greater New Orleans Barge Fleet- ing Association at the associa- tion's recent meeting. The asso- ciation represents 46 barge and fleet operations in the New Or- leans area.
Captain Diaz is operations manager for towing and fleeting with T. Smith & Son, Inc., New
Orlean's largest and oldest steve- doring firm.
Before joining T. Smith & Son, he was a captain in the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, and at present holds the rank of lieu- tenant colonel, Corps of Engi- neer Army Reserve. A graduate of the U.S. Army Command and
General Staff College at Ft.
Leavenworth, and a mechanical engineer, Captain Diaz holds an uninspected towing vessel license, unlimited tonnage, for Inland Wa- ters and Western Rivers of the
Other officers of the associa- tion elected include: Ed Haskel, vice president (Jefferson Parish
Fleet) ; Richard Paquette, secre- tary (Riverways Harbor Serv- ices, Inc.) ; Scott Noble, treasurer (Capital Marine, Inc.) ; directors:
Richard Cottingham (Federal-
Triangle, Inc.) ; Steve Canone (T.
Smith & Son, Inc.), and Bruce
Hancock (SCNO Terminal Corp.).
The Marine Society Of The
City Of New York To Hold 213th Annual Dinner
The 213th annual dinner of The
Marine Society of the City of
New York will be held on Mon- day, April 11, 1983, at the Plaza
Hotel, New York City. John J.
Farrell, president of the Interna- tional Terminal Operating Com- pany, Inc., will be the honored guest and speaker. Reservations for the dinner, which will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the
Plaza following a reception from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., may be made by calling the secretary at
The Marine Society office—(212) 425-0448. Capt. Conrad P. Nilsen is chairman of the dinner com- mittee.
Navy Awards Tracor $4.6-Million Contract
For Submarine Program
Tracor, Inc., of Austin, Texas, announced recently that its Ap- plied Sciences Group has received an initial $4.6-million contract with a potential value in excess of $9.9-million over the next two years from the Naval Sea Sys- tems Command. The contract is for continued engineering and technical support for the Navy's strategic and attack submarine fleet.
William C. Moyer, group vice president for Tracor Applied Sci- ences, said Tracor's effort is di- rected at providing the engineer- ing disciplines and technology necessary for the development and implementation of dedicated maintenance and modernization programs to support the sub- marine Extended Operating Cycle (EOC) concept. The submarine
EOC program extends the inter- val between submarine overhauls to achieve a higher, stabilized level of deployed submarines and maintains a high state of readi- ness.
According to Mr. Moyer, Tracor has been providing engineering and technical support to the sub- marine EOC program since its inception in 1974.
William M. Pugh, division vice president of the Systems Tech- nology Division of Tracor Ap- plied Sciences, announced that
D.L. Campbell will continue as program manager for the con- tract. The work will be performed in Rockville, Md., under the di- rection of L.B. Cable Jr., and in
Groton, Conn., under the direc- tion of M.P. Hall.
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