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  • The Navy will be constructing two general purpose ocean science research ships, the AGOR 24 and AGOR 25.

    The eligible offeror must be a member of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) or meet the requirements and agree to apply for full membership if selected.

    Offerors must be able to provide technical assistance during the period covering builder selection through delivery; enter into a renewable charter party agreement with the Navy; maintain and operate such ships under sound maritime practices; complete final fitting of the vessels and be willing to undertake a cooperative role in scheduling and operating the ship in the support of the Navy research programs and the larger U.S. ocean science research community.

    Offerors may propose to operate either ship or both ships. Written requests for an RFP should be sent to the Office of Naval Research, 800 North Quincy Street, Arlington, Va.

    22217-5000.

    For more information contact B.

    Hetfield at (703) 696-4513.

  • Supplemental Funding Package Likely The projected cost for U.S. naval operations related to Operation Desert Shield through September 30 has more than doubled—from $230-million to $490-million —according to figures released by the Pentagon recently. Pentagon officials attributed the increase to

  • Davenport/Mammoet, Rosharon, Texas, recently utilized an interlocking, load-dispersing mat system from Uni-Mat International, Inc., Houston, Texas, for transport of a heavy pressure vessel. For the transport operation, a section of the deck of a 182- by 54- foot barge was decked using Uni- Mats.

  • The 29-foot, 12-passenger Ootsa Ranger, powered by twin Cummins engines and Hamilton waterjets, was recently delivered by British Columbia, Canada, builder Argo Marine Ltd. to Alcan Smelters & Chemicals Ltd., Kitimat, B.C. The vessel will be used to ferry loggers to timber harvesting sites. The

  • NuFlex, Inc., Linden, N.J., manufacturers of composite transfer hoses for petroleum and chemicals, recently announced the availability of large bore composite vapor hoses. NuFlex manufactures 4-, 6-, 8- and 10-inch ID vapor hoses designed to meet recently announced Marine Vapor Control Regulations

  • The 180- by 54-foot crane vessel Big Easy is now available for salvage, wreck removal and general lift work in the Northeastern U.S., after undergoing routine hull painting at Hudson Drydock Corp. Owned by John J. Gladsky Jr. of Gladsky Marine of Glen Cove, Long Island, N.Y., the Big Easy features a

  • Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc., Avenel, N.J., has appointed Oscar F. Poppe Jr. as its Miami branch manager. Mr. Poppe comes to Bailey from Bermuda Star Line where he was vice president of operations. A marine engineer from Miami, Mr. Poppe has considerable experience in the marine industry and

  • Stanley L. Clark, president of Raytheon Marine Company, headquartered in Hudson, N.H., recently announced that Carsten Peters, formerly marketing manager in the U.S., has been appointed managing director of Raytheon Marine Sales & Service Company, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Mr. Peters will be

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  • The new JAX 9 Weather Facsimile Receiver from Raytheon produces high-resolution satellite photos and other recordings in 16 gradation levels on 10-inch thermosensitive paper. Because of its built-in timer feature, the JAX 9 can be preset to start and stop during selected broadcasts, allowing fully

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