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  • The General Accounting Office (GAO) has criticized the Navy's continued use of tugs operated and manned by the Navy when suitable commercial tugs are available, according to a report published by the Transportation Institute. The GAO report points out that the Navy could conserve manpower, reduce its support fleet size, and save considerable amounts of money if privately owned and manned tugs supplanted Navy tugs.

    Currently, the Navy operates 81 large, 57 medium, and seven small tugs in ports and Naval bases located throughout the U.S.

    Most of these areas are in close proximity to commercial ports and to the services of private tug operators.

    The U.S. private tug industry has for many years attempted to convince the Navy that it would benefit from the use of commercial tugs. The industry's position is supported, according to the GAO, by the Navy's own studies, "all of them concluding commercial operations to be cost effective, displacing at least a portion of the Navy-operated tugboats." The GAO has specifically requested the Navy to answer why it has not sought to fully test the use of commercial tugs.

  • The Navy has clearly become the dominant source of ship repair, as well as new ship construction in the United' States. Ten years ago Navy business accounted for 36 percent of ship repair employment and 58 percent of new ship construction employment in U.S. shipyards. The figures are now 78 percent

  • More than 600 Navy Leaguers from around the world will be in New York City from June 28 to July 2, 2002, attending the organization's national convention and celebrating the Centennial of the Navy League of the United States (NLUS). The Navy League is a civilian organization that supports all of the

  • Bethlehem Steel's Sparrows Point shipbuilding yard, which has received two repair contracts under a limited expansion of the Navy's homeport rule, will be eligible for all Navy contracts. Representative Helen Delich Bentley, who played a pivotal role in getting the Reagan Administration to help the

  • Quarterly Update On U.S. Navy Ship Procurement February 1986 IMA provides continuing coverage of the Navy ship procurement market. Each quarter several hundred subscribers receive indepth, analytical reviews of development affecting Navy business opportunities. This article is an excerpt from

  • ceremonies of the Meritorious Citation by Adm. Thomas B. Hayward, USN, Chief of Naval Operations in behalf of the Secretary of the United States Navy, were held recently at the National Convention of the Navy League in Norfolk, Va. The Citation cites Mr. Williams for outstanding service to the

  • The Navy recently delivered to Congress a long-awaited plan on how the Service intends to conduct its sealift program. The Navy's strategic sealift implementation plan said it "would lead to a shipbuilding or major conversion program" with "its size, scope and mix determined by the MRS (mobility

  • When the Navy announced in November its plans to scrap the DD-21 program and introduce the DD(X), the scramble was on by the two primary teams bidding the project — Blue and Gold — to shift gears on the fly and re-think the entire concept. The team of General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin - Blue — is

  • cooperating on a joint warship program for frigates and mine warfare ships, with the Dutch taking the lead for the new surface combatant and Belgium’s Navy in charge of the mine countermeasures ship effort.  Not only does Belgium have to monitor and protect a busy stretch of Europe’s coast,

  • Technology Development To Be Given Added Emphasis Navy Shipbuilding Program Navy ship construction has been the major business driver for shipbuilders and ship systems manufacturers in this country over the past decade. This article deals specifically with Navy ship construction over the next 10

  • The Federal Republic of Germany has announced selection of the General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbine as the power plant for its new F-122 class of frigate ships. The LM2500 is produced by GE's Marine and Industrial Projects Department in Evendale, Ohio. The initial order is for 12 marine gas

  • The Sperry Division of Sperry Corporation has received a $51.1- million contract to implement the first phase of the combat system development and integration for three Spanish Navy guided-missile frigates and one aircraft carrier. The contract was awarded to Sperry by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Comm

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    V VESSELS and the 18th built as part of the teaming USS Delaware (BB 28), which was de- 2013. The submarine was christened by VLCC with New SOx agreement with General Dynamics Elec- livered by Newport News in 1910. Jill Biden, the former Second Lady of Scrubber Delivered tric Boat. More than 10

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    SHIPBUILDING USCG POLAR SECURITY CUTTER vessel to reach the North Pole unaccom- transits to get on station and conduct Mardiros. The number one mission for panied—but it is designed primarily for operations with limited or no logistics the new PSC will be to carry out the an- Meet The “Fleet” scienti?

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    VESSELS Metal Shark Expands Into Peru state-operated Peruvian shipyard Servicios Industriales de la Marina (SIMA-PERU SA). The ? rst round of Peruvian Navy maritime interdiction vessels are now being built by Metal Shark in the United States. Under a co-production agreement with SIMA, Metal Shark plans

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  • MT Oct-19#41 By Edward Lundquist
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    By Edward Lundquist NATO’s 3,100-ton, 305-foot research vessel NRV Alliance has been a lead- ing platform for underwater acoustics research to the bene? t of NATO navies. The ship operated with a civilian crew under the German ? ag for many years for the NATO SACLANT Center, later re- named the NATO

  • MT Oct-19#6 Authors & Contributors
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    Authors & Contributors Bianchi Ewing Lundquist Maslin Manley Mulligan Technology Reporter. He travelled to La Bianchi Mulligan Alessandra Bianchi is Communications Spezia, Italy to report this story. Tom Mulligan graducated from Trinity Director of SeaTrac Systems Inc. College Dublin in 1979, with a BA

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    research vessel, designed as a plat- form to support many different facets of ocean- based scienti? c research. The vessel is owned by the US Navy and operated by the Scripps Institute Ashtead of Oceanography under a charter agreement with the Of? ce of Naval Research. Portable Analyzer

  • MR Oct-19#57 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Today there are 23 employees under the employ of BHG focuses on concept preliminary and regulatory degree it is still a chicken and egg scenario regarding BHG and Houston-based sister company The Shearer packages, with detailed production support handled by where they are going

  • MR Oct-19#52 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Roland (Rollie) H. Webb is Senior Vice President, Robert Allan Ltd. He has more than 40 years of experience in marine engineer- ing and shipyard experience, starting out in ship operations as a Marine Engineer at sea, followed by 32 years of shipyard experience in Canada and the US

  • MR Oct-19#49 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION second suggesting that sailing bulkers will go as fast as today’s fastest sailboats, For each column I write, Mari- it should never be forgotten that the fast- time Reporter & Engineering News has agreed to make a small est waterborne circumnavigations have donation to an

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION The Arleigh Burke design has been the workhorse of the US Navy for over 20 years, and will be for another 40-50 years. or for NOAA, Coast Guard, or for Taiwan or Australia.” Outside of the government focus, our DLBA business has been a tremendous addition to the company. The

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  • MR Oct-19#41  Board of Di- ing teams in the US Navy, Missile Defense Agency)
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    leader in the naval architecture augment government program of? ce and engineer- and marine engineering industry. Our Board of Di- ing teams in the US Navy, Missile Defense Agency rectors challenged us with growth in a ? at market, and USCG. Our role as a shipyard Design Agent and we have exceeded

  • MR Oct-19#27 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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  • MN Sep-19#57  Mooring Costs  
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    completion of the ? rst round Trelleborg’s DynaMoor Improves of in-? eld outboard validation tests Safety, Reduces Mooring Costs by the US Navy. Following the trial Trelleborg’s marine and infrastruc- of two CXO300s aboard a 9m RIB, ture operation has launched Dy- when the engines achieved

  • MN Sep-19#17 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS Also in keeping with the Detyens corporate philosophy of caring for ‘the employee before owner,’ you also share the business rewards with employees, families and the local community. That all sounds good. How does it work in real practice? Give us some real life examples of that policy in play.

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    emergency dockings, etc., or are their clients that also saw your work mix move more to the commer- plan months in advance for work? cial side of the equation. But, you still do a lot of government work, don’t you? What’s the key differ- Give us a sense of how that work evolves. Typically, the ence