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Major Navy Contracts (continued)
Class frigates. The work is expected to be completed November 1991. The contract was awarded by the Naval Air Systems
Command, Washington, D.C. (N00019-86-
General Dynamics, Electric Boat Division,
Groton, Conn., was recently awarded a $726-million contract for the construction of the lead ship of the SSN-21 Seawolf Class attack submarine. The work is expected to be completed May 1995. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C. (N00024-89-C- 2000).
Hughes Aircraft Company, Fullerton, Calif., was recently awarded a $13.8-million modi- fication to a contract for standard informa- tion display consoles for Ohio Class subma- rines. The work is expected to be completed
January 1991. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C. (N00024-85-C-6259).
Samson Tug & Barge Company, Sitka, Alas- ka, was recently awarded an $8.6-million contract to transport containerized and breakbulk cargo between Seattle, Washing- ton, and the Naval Air Station, Adak, Alaska.
The work is expected to be completed Janu- ary 1992. The contract was awarded by the
Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C. (N00033-88-C-8503).
AT&T Technologies, Inc., Greensboro, N.C., was recently awarded a $23.9-million con- tract for oceanographic services. The work is expected to be completed September 30, 1989. The contract was awarded by the
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C. (N00039-89-C- 0067).
Electric Boat Commissions
U.S. Navy Attack Sub
The Electric Boat Division of
General Dynamics, Groton, Conn., recently commissioned the nuclear- powered attack submarine USS
Pasadena (SSN-752) at ceremonies at the Naval Submarine Base, New
The submarine is 360 feet long, has a beam of 33 feet, submerged displacement of 6,900 tons, and a speed of more than 20 knots.
On USNS Mohawk
Bender Shipbuilding & Repair
Co., Inc., Mobile, Ala., was recently awarded a $732,451 contract for the
USCG recertification and EMP har- dening of the USNS Mohawk (T-
AFT 190), a 205-foot by 38.5-foot fleet tug based in Norfolk, Va. The
Mohawk is operated by the Military
ASNE-Mechanicsburg Section To Host
Annual Naval Logistics
In Carlisle, Pa., On March 7-9
The Mechanicsburg Section of the American Society of Naval En- gineers (ASNE) will host its third annual Naval Logistics Symposium, "Meeting the Challenges for Im- proved Quality and Reduced Cost," on March 7-9, 1989 at the Embers
Convention Center, Carlisle, Pa.
Featuring exhibits from both gov- ernment and the industry, the sym- posium, which is sponsored jointly by the Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Naval Supply Systems Com- mand and Space and Naval Warfare
Systems Command, will hear 18 technical paper presentations on topics from current government- industry shared quality upgrades for logistics to specific problems geared to enhance Navy fleet readi- ness.
Guest speakers for the Logistics
Symposium will include: Vice Adm.
Peter M. Hekman Jr., USN,
Commander, Naval Sea Systems
Command; Vice Adm. S.R. Ar- thur, USN, Deputy Chief of Naval
Operations (Logistics); Rear Adm.
Robert A. Abele (SC), USN, Vice
Commander, Naval Supply Systems
Command; Rear Adm. J.C. Weav- er, USN, Commander, Space and
Naval Warfare Systems Command; and Rear Adm. Malcolm MacK- innon III, USN, Vice Commander,
Naval Sea Systems Command.
For further information on the symposium, contact: ASNE, 1452
Duke Street, Alexandria, Va. 22314; telephone: (703) 836-6727; and fax: (703) 836-7491.
Tuesday, March 7
Noon—Exhibit Hall open. Advance registra- tion desk open. 5 p.m.—Social hour—Exhibit Hall.
Wednesday, March 8 7:30 a.m.—Registration desk open. 8:15 a.m.—Welcome address by Captain J.
Ellis, USN, Commanding Officer—NAVSEA-
LOGCEN, and Dr. Alfred Skolnick, presi- dent, ASNE.
Cable With KAPT0N9 And Mica.
Under Water. Or Under Fire.