Department Of Defense

  • Deputy Secretary of Defense William H. Taft IV announced recently that the Department of Defense would use its current review of the FY 1988 defense program and budget to assess the requirements for both FY 1988 and FY 1989. The product of this review will be a twoyear budget. Because this year's review will cover both FY 88 and FY 89, no program or budget review will be needed next year. The Deputy Secretary has directed that preparations for those reviews be stopped.

    This action carries out the requirements of the FY 1986 Authorization Act, which directs the President President to submit a two-year budget for the Department of Defense next year, and it carries forward the Packard Commission endorsement of the two-year budget concept.

    Two-year budgeting is a key recommendation of the Packard Commission, and should bring muchneeded stability to Defense spending.

    The DoD intends to work closely with the Congress to insure a smooth transition to a two-year budget.

  • The Canadian Department of Defense recently installed an SPD computerized, all-cell battery monitoring system aboard one of the Canadian Navy's diesel-powered submarines. 36 The system, which was placed onboard the HMCS Onandaga, recently completed final testing after being retrofitted at the HMCS

  • for the U.S. Coast Guard, a five percent increase over the FY 1992 level. Included in the total are $203 million to be transferred from the Department of Defense and $70 million from the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund. The budget assumes the collection of $117 million in user fees for selected Coast

  • A free 50-page pamphlet entitled "How To Buy Surplus Personal Property from the United States Department of Defense" is being offered free by the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service. The pamphlet assists individuals, or businesses desiring to buy surplus personal property of the Department of

  • of intermodal transportation systems, including ships, ships' space, intermodal equipment and related management services, and to maximize the Department of Defense's use of commercial transportation resources to support the emergency deployment and sustainment of U.S. military forces through cooperation am

  • discussed, Shipbuilders Council of America president John Stocker sent Mr. Atwood a letter suggesting the following actions on the part of the Department of Defense to help slow the decline in U.S. shipyard employment and ease the pressures on escalating unit costs for naval vessels. • Accelerate the

  • of MIL-I-45208, MIL-STD-105 and MIL-STD- 45662, along with other government and commercial standards. Having been audited and approved by the Department of Defense and other major defense contractors, Okabe is shipping broken package up to bulk quantities with complete chemical and physical test reports

  • costs and reduced design, construction, and repair time for marine vessels. At a recent meeting of F-25 and the SNAME Panel, the objectives of the Department of Defense Value Engineering Committee were discussed. The DoD is investigating ways to reduce costs and improve quality by adopting ASTM industry

  • provide standby logistic support for the rapid deployment of U.S. Marines around the world. (It is designated by MarAd as the C8-M-MA-134j and by the Department of Defense as the TAKX). Bids are now scheduled to be publicly opened at the Commerce Department at 2:15 p.m. on January 19

  • has issued a request for proposals (November 8) to operate five command-controlled tankers that deliver petroleum products worldwide for the Department of Defense. The T-5 type tankers now are operated by Hudson Waterways Corp. of New York City under a contract initially awarded in October 1972

  • The Department of Defense has announced that the Navy's Military Sealift Command, Atlantic, Bayonne, N.J., has awarded a $4,776,000 fixed-price contract to Savannah Machine and Shipyard Company, Savannah, Ga. The contract is for drydocking, a special survey by the American Bureau of Shipping

  • new contract will also be performed by the Melpar Division, a leading supplier of electronic warfare and reconnaisance systems to the U.S. Department of Defense. BGPHES-ST will support combat information needs of at-sea commanders in tactical operations. The Melpar Division is the prime contractor

  • MN Jul-19#60  environments. in the Supply Department require-
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    anywhere in the world, in contested (HAZMAT) as directed. Also assists Civil Service Mariner (CIVMAR) or uncontested environments. in the Supply Department require- eligible to apply under the Veter- The Assistant Storekeeper is responsi- ment of monthly Financial Improve- ans Employment Opportunities

  • MN Jul-19#52  by the Washington State Department of Natu-
ral Resources)
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    . Armstrong Delivers Dive Compliance Vessel for WA DNR The monohull dive compliance vessel Sentry was recent- ly accepted by the Washington State Department of Natu- ral Resources (DNR) after successful launch and sea trials. DNR has selected Armstrong Marine’s proposal to design and build multiple

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    the majority (80%) of fault scenarios that may A step change from RCD’s subsequently initiate ? re ignition. Until now, there had A report by DTI (Department of Trade & Industry) in not been a practical or straightforward way of detecting the UK estimates that only 20% of all electrical ? res can overheatin

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  • MN Jun-19#14 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS investor and Chairman Charles Good. After a few years of development, interest was sparked from the US Government and UK Ministry of Defence (MoD). The MoD’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) was so im- pressed by the concept, it agreed to provide Cox Powertrain with “invaluable

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  • MR Jun-19#52  hydrogen will likely 
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    gas. According to is still undecided on its hydrogen suppli- engine with hundreds of moving parts as a marine fuel, hydrogen will likely the US Department of Energy (DOE), er and associated hydrogen production to the solid-state system of a fuel cell. achieve similar widespread adoption. steam-methane

  • MR Jun-19#44  Maersk’s  the U.S. Department of Homeland Security)
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    ners, subject to a divestment agreement with Top Global Tanker Owners by Number of Vessels route system that complemented Maersk’s the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Company # Vessels DWT (m) East/West line-haul routes. Most recently, Cosco has been circling around Ocean Tankers Pte

  • MR Jun-19#29  of three new articu-
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    VANE electric-powered passenger/car In 2018, Vane Brothers took deliv- ferry in the U.S. Owned by the Ala- ery of the ? rst of three new articu- bama Department of Transportation lated tug/barge (ATB) units ordered (ALDOT) and operated by HMS Fer- through Conrad Shipyard: the ries, Seattle-based Glosten

  • MR Jun-19#26 2019
THE U.S. WORK
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    2019 THE U.S. WORK A ‘work in progress,’ the North American brown water, shallow draft sectors have experienced a tumultuous year of evolution, changing market conditions, a rapidly shifting regulatory environment and new opportunities. Anything but boring; and within the pages of Maritime Reporter’ &

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    play leading roles in the maritime logis- potential of 160 gigawatts. Dagher said New Jersey, Massachusetts and Virginia. nership project with the Department of tics required to build out an entirely new the entire state uses about 2.4 GW. Just Globally, (2017 data) 3,387 MW of off- the Interior. The

  • MR Jun-19#18  and produced but in  US Department of Energy. On the land-)
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    – think coal and hydro. ? rst offshore wind farm, constructed in plentiful quantities of oil and gas – re- sponsibly recovered and produced but in US Department of Energy. On the land- Intermittent wind was ? ne for remote, water between two and ? ve meters deep. the future sipped, not guzzled, in highly

  • MR Jun-19#17  has  some state support. The Department of 
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    projects—albeit with ia have developed extensive directories fer and supply vessels. At the same time, the United States has some state support. The Department of of businesses who can meet the needs of Just recently, Ørsted, in conjunc- not committed to building a heavy-lift Energy loan guarantee program

  • MR Jun-19#16  the development 
rior Department, has awarded 16 leases)
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    (BOEM), part of the Inte- and offshore wind in particular. For ex- of the 100-turbine Vineyard Wind proj- and $1.5M will support the development rior Department, has awarded 16 leases ample, the governor of New York’s goal ect off the coast of Massachusetts. A of Rhode Island’s offshore wind sup- to a

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INSIGHTS: CYBER SECURITY
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    I INSIGHTS: CYBER SECURITY Naval Dome CEO “A Maritime Disaster Waiting to Happen” ince the founding in 2016, Na- val Dome and its Endpoint cy- ber defense system has helped “The maritime industry is Sto protect merchant ships and just not prepared for yachts from cyber-attack. In 2019, it op- timized

  • MR Jun-19#14  need  are at risk.  The Department on Home- ing cyber risks)
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    controlled as you are connected to the internet, you covered. Group-wide, Allianz is review- or supported by computer systems need are at risk. The Department on Home- ing cyber risks in property and casualty 4. Access control systems to be identi? ed, and there are likely more land Security has numerous

  • MR Jun-19#12 .S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce
Export Licensing)
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    has per- is evidence that the ship or something on to be infected with or exposed to a quar- Curt Cultice Curt Cultice, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce Export Licensing Tips Some Items U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook; Export Control Lists Include Key Marine Tech Categories ach year

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    simple isn't always easy... But furuno radars are a simple choice Your objective is simple…Deliver your vessel and its contents safely and on time. While it might sound simple, we know it’s not easy! Whether you’re navigating the open ocean, busy harbors, or through congested inland waterways, being aware

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    been a regular contributor to Marine- William Stoichevski is MR’s correspondent in Norway. Web: www.marinelink.com t: (212) 477-6700 f: (212) 254-6271 Departments The 2019 Yearbook 6 EDITORIAL 26 THE U.S. WORKBOAT MARKET 8 TRAINING TIPS FOR SHIPS 30 THE TANKER MARKET 10 INSIGHTS Government Update 32

  • MT Jun-19#61 2019  
Media Kit
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    2019 Media Kit EDITORIAL CALENDAR 2019 Market Feature ProfileTechnical FeatureProduct Feature Ad Close: Dec 21Ad Close: Jan 22 Ad Close: Feb 21 JAN/FEBFEBRUARYMARCH Underwater Vehicle Annual Oceanographic Instrumentation: Measurement, Process & Analysis Subsea Defense Ocean Business 2019 Technology

  • MT Jun-19#51  are key components of  Department of Marine Geosciences)
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    and mangrove forests along Purkis, a Professor and Chair of the UM Rosenstiel School the coast. All of these coastal habitats are key components of Department of Marine Geosciences. “Developing such an www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 51 MTR #5 (50-63).indd 51 5/28/2019 9:47:42 A

  • MT Jun-19#31 LeeWay Odyssey transits to Bedford, Nova Scotia to test)
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    LeeWay Odyssey transits to Bedford, Nova Scotia to test the Kraken Kat? sh. survey market. management. Strap a LARS on the port The actual problem, based on the anal- and starboard decks, launch a few USVs UNDERWATER UNDERWATER ysis we’ve done, is that robotics alone and increase your ef? ciency by

  • MT Jun-19#29 T  e game has changed 
Of  shore Survey Vessels are Ready)
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    T e game has changed Of shore Survey Vessels are Ready for Faster Sensors By Jamie Sangster, CEO, LeeWay Marine n 2009 I wrote a thesis on the use of unmanned sys- are increasingly con? dent in the data harvested by these ma- tems for defense applications. At that time, the three chines. I watched

  • MT Jun-19#18 Tech Notes Canada
GeoSpectrum  
Specialist Acoustic)
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    Tech Notes Canada GeoSpectrum Specialist Acoustic Components By Tom Mulligan artmouth, Nova Scotia based acoustics spe- Components designed and manufactured by the company cialist company GeoSpectrum Technologies are tested with a range of on-site equipment to ensure these Inc, a producer of underwater