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  • Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, has received a multi-year contract from the Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Va., for engineering, analytical, and technical support as required by the NAVSEA Combat System Engineering Station in Norfolk for the AN/SQQ-89 (V) Underwater Sensor System, the Anti-Submarine Warfare Control System, and associated subsystems.

    The one-year contract includes two one-year options and has a total potential value of $7,696,150.

    Dr. William C. Moyer, group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said the new work represents a continuing involvement of the company in the installation and integration of independent sonar systems requiring multiple variations created by a diversity of ship classes.

    Dr. Moyer said the work will be performed by Tracor's Systems Technology Division from its operations in Groton, Conn. The Division is under the general management of William M. Pugh, division vice president.

    Mr. Pugh announced that Marshall P. Hall of the Groton Directorate has assigned Victor S. Asciolla, Surface Engineering Department director, to manage the new program. The majority of the engineering and analytical efforts will be accomplished in the Groton facilities, complemented by off-site support at Norfolk and other locations throughout the country.

  • and logistics support to the Naval Sea Systems Command, Surface Ships Directorate. Dr. William C. Moyer, group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said this contract reflects continued successful involvement in the Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity (SIMA) upgrade program. The work

  • and fire-control systems for the Navy's nuclear submarines and surface ships. William C. Mover, Ph.D., group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said that approximately 85 Tracor sonar scientists, engineers, and managers located in Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, California, and Texas

  • . Objections by trading partners surfaced and were confirmed by the Government Accounting Office (GAO). In her testimony before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said in part, “DHS has learned a great deal from these pilots, but it has also encountered

  • Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. 19013, has made four appointments to its Corporate Science and Technology Division. The company named Gerald Swensson, manager-Machinery Sciences, Thomas Krehnbrink, manager-Hull Sciences, Richard Bicicchi, manager-Material Sciences, and Larry F.

  • Oceanology International North America: OI 2017 set to cover the full extent of marine science and ocean technology    The first edition of Oceanology International North America (OINA), established from the well-known OI event in London, will make an impact within the ocean science and technology industrie

  • of abstracts of the papers is Feb. 11, 1983. The theme of Oceans '83, "Effective Use of the Sea — An Update," underscores the objectives of marine science and technology to explore, conquer, develop, and utilize ocean resources for the benefit of mankind. The goal of the conference will be to identify cu

  • to the fleet quickly. This was done in conjunction with Borders and Maritime Security (BMD), a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, and has placed a renewed emphasis on partnership engagement.   The joint effort with DHS, S&T and BMD is officially

  • Nor-Fishing '86, the 11th International Fishery Fair to be held in Trondheim, Norway, August 11-16, has been fully booked, with the Nidaro Exhibition Hall filled to its maximum capacity, despite a space increase of 30 percent over 1984. Thus, this year's Nor-Fishing exhibition will be the biggest

  • . Joaquin Hernandez-Brito Number of Employees:35 The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands -PLOCAN- is a public consortium facility engaged to promote science and technology developments in the marine and maritime sectors through a cost-effective and sustainable multipurpose services combination as ocean

  • The American Society of Naval Engineers' (ASNE) Northern New England Section elected a new slate of officers for 1976 at a recent dinner meeting held at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Officer's Club. Gary Adams was elected chairman, Harold Neville, vice chairman, Wadsworth Hardy, secretary, and Lt.

  • Imperial, leading manufacturer of survival suits and equipment, has moved its manufacturing and administrative offices from Bremerton, Wash., to the South Amboy, N.J., headquarters of its parent company, Parkway Fabricators, Inc. Parkway, a Great American Industries Company, purchased Imperial 16

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