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CURRENT NAVY & COAST GUARD VESSELS
UNDER CONTRACT AT U.S. YARDS
Navy Designation NAME
LCAC 10-12 (3)
MSH-1 unnamed unnamed unnamed unnamed
Cardinal 51,000,000 187,000,000 38,625,343 186,936,237 28,300,000
NA 11/88 89-6/91 88
Todd Pacific-San Pedro
FFG-61 Ingraham 96,100,000 11/88
Recently Awarded Small Military Craft Contracts
Type of Craft
Fiberglass Fabricators 56-Foot Target Boats (9)
CONTRACT $ 3,674,957
YP (Yard Patrol Craft) (20) .... 59,700,000 —
YTT (Torpedo Test Craft) (2) . . . 21,669,165 7/90
Newport News Shipbuilding
SEAL Delivery Vehicle
Dry-Deck Shelters 3,506,066 5/88
Nichols Bros. Boatbuilders
Troop Transport Catamaran (Army) — —
Oregon Iron Works 50-Foot Workboats (19) 4,369,226 3/89
Harbor Security Boats (50) . . . 2,650,000 12/88
MK-6 Lifeboat Assemblies (1,662) 9,960,366 8/88
Towed Array Barge — —
Missile Retrievers (3) 8,105,775' 6/88
Fast Coastal Interceptor (USCG) . — — 1 Modification
New U.S. Navy Catalog
Available From Marine
Marine Instrument Company of
Tucson, Arizona, recently an- nounced the availability of their new U.S. Navy catalog.
The publication contains a full listing of all types of compasses, bin- nacles and nautical instruments manufactured by Marine Instru- ment Company, identified by no- menclature and National Stock
Manufacturing under contract to the Navy and Defense General Sup- ply Center, Marine Instrument
Company is producing Aneroid Ba- rometers Type I and Type II, Mag- netic Compass 7 V2-inch Reflector,
Ships Clinometers, three-arm pro- tractors, and other support items.
The company was started in 1939 in New York City as a naval defense contractor. Today, it is a modern manufacturing facility working un- der MIL-I-45208, a Quality Assur- ance/Product Reliability U.S. Gov- ernment specification.
The catalog is available from Ma- rine Instrument Company, 5425
North Linda Place, Tucson, Arizona 85704, phone (602) 887-9629.
Tampa Shipyards Awarded $43.2-Million Contract To
Convert Obsolete Vessels
Tampa Shipyards, Inc., Tampa,
Fla., has been awarded a $43.2-mil- lion Navy contract to convert two commercial obsolete vessels into
TACS (crane ships). Both ships are 20,000 dwt, 25-year-old C6-S-IXC container vessels. One was owned by
United States Lines, Inc., Cranford,
N.J., and the other by American
President Lines, Ltd., Oakland,
Major Navy Contracts (continued)
American Automar Incorporated, Wash- ington, D.C., is being awarded a $37,335,060 firm-fixed-price contract for the time charter of M/V American Cormo- rant, a U.S. flag, semi-submersible heavy equipment lift vessel. The contract period is for 17 months with two 17 month options.
Delivery will be between November 25, 1987 and January 25, 1988. The Military
Sealift Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00033-87-C-0115).
Southwest Marine, Terminal Island, Calif., is being awarded a $7,156,797 firm-fixed- price contract for Selected Restricted Avail- ability (SRA) of USS Prairie (AD-15). Work will be performed in Terminal Island and is expected to be completed January 1, 1988.
The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Long Beach, Calif., is the con- tracting activity (N65870-87-R-0067).
SMA Incorporated, Landover, Md., is be- ing awarded a $5,564,145 cost-plus-fixed- fee contract for engineering, technical and management support services for the Royal
Australian Navy (RAN) DDG program. Work will be performed in Landover and is ex- pected to be completed July 31, 1990. This contract is in support of a Foreign Military
Sale to Australia. The Naval Sea Systems
Command, Washington, D.C., is the con- tracting activity (N00024-87-C-6092).
Gee Marine Diesel Corporation, Brooklyn,
N.Y., is being awarded a $3,577,588 firm- fixed-price contract for Drydocking Select- ed Restricted Availability (DSRA) for USS
Nitro (AE-23). Work will be performed at
New York Shipyard, Brooklyn and is ex- pected to be completed November 6, 1987.
The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Brooklyn, N.Y., is the contract- ing activity (N00024-85-H-8150).
General Electric Company, Drive Sys- tems Operations, Salem, Va., is being awarded a $4,500,000 fixed-price-incentive contract for the design of rectified genera- tors for USS Lipscomb (SSN-685). Work will be performed in Salem, Va. (55 percent) and Schenectady, N.Y. (45 percent) and is expected to be completed in January 1989.
The Naval Sea Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C-4015).
Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston,
S.C., is the successful offeror in a competi- tive program between public and private sector shipyards for the overhaul, altera- tion, repair, refueling and testing of USS
Andrew Jackson (SSBN-619). Charleston
Naval Shipyard is being assigned the over- haul on a fixed-price-incentive basis. The target price of this effort is $112,058,684.
Work will be performed in Charleston and is expected to be completed March 1, 1990.
The Naval Sea Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C., is the contracting activity.
Southwest Marine Incorporated, San
Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $16,114,285 firm-fixed-price contract for the Regular Overhaul (ROH) of USS Okina- wa (LPH-3). Work will be performed in San
Diego and is expected to be completed July 15, 1988. The Supervisor of Shipbuilding,
Conversion and Repair, San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H- 8221).
General Electric Company, Drives, Motor and Generator Department, Erie, Pa., is being awarded a $3,618,000 firm-fixed- price contract for ship service motor gener- ators in support of the SSN-688 class Ex- tended Submarine Engineered Operating
Cycle (ESEOC) program. Work will be per- formed in Erie and is expected to be com- pleted in December 1989. The Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C- 4402).
Raytheon Company, Goleta, Calif., is be- ing awarded a $7,462,600 cost-plus-incen- tive-fee contract for materials for AN/SLQ- 32 electronic warfare systems. Work will be performed in Goleta and is expected to be completed December 31, 1988. The Naval
Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C- 5039).
Sea-Barge Group Inc., Miami, Fla., is be- ing awarded a $4,757,832 firm-fixed-rate indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity con- tract for the carriage of U.S. military spon- sored cargo between the United States and
Bermuda. Breakbulk and container service will be provided on a U.S.-flag ship. The con- tract performance period is 24 months, effective October 1, 1987. The Military Seal- ift Command, Washington, D.C., is the con- tracting activity (N00033-88-C-8505).
Litton Systems Inc., Ingalls Shipbuilding
Division, Pascagoula, Miss., is being awarded a $12,336,102 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the planning phase for the restoration of USS Stark (FFG-31). Work will be performed in Pascagoula. The Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C- 8522).
FMC Corporation, Northern Ordnance
Division, Minneapolis, Minn., is being awarded a $10,083,299 firm-fixed-price contract for MK 41 vertical launching sys- tems for CG-47, DD-963 and DDG-51 class ships. Work will be performed in Aberdeen,
S.D. and is expected to be completed in
March 1989. The Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C-5930).
Martin Marietta Baltimore Aerospace,
Baltimore, Md., is being awarded a $5,695,801 firm-fixed-price contract for MK 41 vertical launching systems for CG-47,
DD-963 and DDG-51 class ships. Work will be performed in Baltimore and is expected to be completed in December 1988. The (continued)
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