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Repair to be performed at New London,
Conn., vessel's homeport. The vessel will be available on or about September 18. 1989.
This is open to small and large businesses under, the Small Business Competitiveness
Demonstration Program. Contact: Joyce M.
Sheppard, contract specialist (212) 668- 6475, office of Commander, USCG Mainte- nance & Logistics Command Atlantic (vpl)
Bldge 400, Section M, Room 207, Gover- nors Island. NY 10004-5085. Contracting officer: Vanessa A. Nemara, (212) 668- 3455, same location.
PROPOSALS DUE AUGUST 2 for dry- dock and repair of USCGC Vise (WMLIC- 75305). Sol. DTCG80-89-B-00156. Provide all labor and material for routine drydocking and repairs. Work will include inspection of propeller, shafting and barge crane, renewal of sewage piping, overhead insulation and spud wells, welding repairs, painting, repair of reduction gears, etc. The vessel's home- port is St. Petersburg, Fla. This solicitation is being issued pursuant to the Small Busi- ness Competitiveness Demonstration Pro- gram. Contact: Sandra A. Santana, contract specialist (212) 668-3378, office of Com- mander. USCG Maintenance & Logistics
Command Atlantic (vpl), Bldg 400, Section
M, Room 207, Governors Island, NY 10004- 5085.
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NASSCO Awarded $34.4-Million Contract
For Cruiser Overhaul
National Steel & Shipbuilding
Co. (NASSCO) of San Diego, Calif., was recently awarded a $34.4-mil- lion U.S. Navy contract for the New
Threat Upgrade Regular Overhaul of the cruiser USS Fox (CG-33).
The Naval Sea Systems Command,
Washington, D.C., was the contract- ing activity (N00024-85-H-8192).
Namco Controls Introduces
Line Of Limit Switches
For Navy And Marine Use
Namco Controls recently an- nounced that it has a line of limit switches suited for Navy and Ma- rine use.
According to the firm, Namco
Snap-Lock® limit switches are par- ticularly well-suited for use in harsh marine environments. The switches meet MIL-C-2212, have an operat- ing range of -40 degrees C-150 de- grees C, and are nuclear qualified, including radiation.
Additionally, the switches are noncorroding and use rust resistant materials throughout, are submersi- ble and watertight and require no special protection for RFI/EMI en- vironments.
A free Navy/Marine Switch Se- lector catalog is available. For your copy,
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Long Beach Naval Yard
Receives $25.3 Million
For Destroyer Overhaul
Long Beach Naval Shipyard,
Long Beach, Calif., recently re- ceived a $25.3-million contract for the regular overhaul of the de- stroyer USS Callaghan (DDG-994).
Wyle Contract Marks 25 Years Of Support
To Naval Weapons Center
The Scientific Services & Systems
Group of Wyle Laboratories, El Seg- undo, Calif., has been awarded a three-year environmental testing contract by the Naval Weapons
Center at China Lake, Calif. This contract, valued at approximately $1 million, marks the latest award during the 25 years that Wyle has supported the Naval Weapons Cen- ter.
Wyle Laboratories is one of the nation's leading marketers of high- technology electronic components and computer systems. The compa- ny is also a major supplier of re- search, engineering and testing ser- vices to the aerospace, defense and energy industries.
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