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$2.8-Million Contract

For Frigate Repairs Begun

By Colonna's Shipyard

Colonna's Shipyard, Norfolk, Va., has begun work on a $2.8-million contract for repairs to the frigate

USS Thomas C. Hart (FF-1092).

The contract calls for hull repairs, sandblasting and coating, boiler re- pairs, electronics and weapons re- pair and installation, CHT modifi- cations, installation of a Halon fire- fighting system, modifications to the fin stabilizers and miscellaneous deck machinery repairs.

Colonna's Shipyard, located on the Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth

River in Norfolk, is a family-owned full-service shipyard which provides ship repairs for commercial and gov- ernment vessels up to 800 feet.

For free literature giving com- plete information on the facilities and capabilities of Colonna's Ship- yard,

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MMA Seminar Held

In Pascagoula, Miss.

The Marine Machinery Associa- tion (MMA) recently held a seminar in Pascagoula, Miss., on machinery purchasing. The seminar brought together the major shipbuilding yards, some of the principal sup- pliers of marine equipment, and the

Navy for an in-depth look at current issues arising under the new con- struction programs.

A highlight of the program was a panel discussion led by MMA's president Jim Fromfield of Leslie

Controls. Panel members Patrick

Thomas of Bath Iron Works, Jim

Riordan of General Dynamics'

Electric Boat Division, E.F. La- gonegro, Mort Johnson, Tom

Sims, and Don Snetsinger of In- galls Shipbuilding engaged in dis- cussions with the audience covering issues such as how to deal wiht the current shortage of electric motors and the effects of competition on standardization of equipment with- in a class of ships.

For further details on the MMA,

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Navy Awards $5.7-Million Contract

To Norfolk Shipbuilding

Norfolk Shipbuilding and Dry- dock Corporation, Norfolk, Va., has been awarded a $5,722,062 firm- fixed-price contract for the regular overhaul of USS Yellowstone (AD- 41). The work is expected to be com- pleted by October 1989. The con- tract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and

Repair, Portsmouth, Va. (N00024- 85-H-8195).

June, 1989 11

Great Lakes Energy

Named Supplier Of

DDC 6-110 Engine Parts

Great Lakes Energy Systems, Co- lumbus, Ohio, is now the exclusive international supplier for Detroit

Diesel 6-110 engine parts and com- ponents. Great Lakes has purchased all of the 6-110 parts, and the rights to manufacture new parts, from the


Detroit Diesel Corporation, accord- ing to Bruce McLeish, vice presi- dent and general manager. "Although Great Lakes is now the exclusive supplier, nothing has changed for the customer. Custom- ers will continue to purchase parts through the existing Detroit Diesel distribution network," Mr.

McLeish explained.

Great Lakes Energy Systems, a subsidiary of the Columbus, Ohio- based W.W. Williams Company, sells and services diesel engines, au- tomatic transmissions and genera- tor sets through its branches in

Akron, Cleveland, Columbus, Tole- do and Youngstown, Ohio. The new 6-110 parts division is headquar- tered in Cleveland, Ohio.

For more information and free lit- erature from Great Lakes Energy


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This is a development which is assured by the engineering excellence of

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