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  • Vice President George Bush (shown above) and his wife Barbara were the featured guests at the recent launching of the nuclear- powered submarine Houston (SSN-713) at Newport News Shipbuilding. Vice President Bush was the principal speaker, and Mrs. Bush christened the Houston by breaking the traditional bottle of champagne against the ship's bow. The Bushes are Houstonians.

    Secretary of the Navy John F.

    Lehman Jr. also spoke. Mrs. Mary Ann Bertles Stewart, wife of Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, was the matron of honor.

    The keel for the Houston was laid on January 29, 1979, and the submarine is scheduled for delivery in mid-1982. The ship is the 82nd nuclear-powered submarine launched by Newport News.

    The Houston is the eighth Los Angeles class submarine built by Newport News. She has an overall length of 360 feet, a beam of 33 feet, a submerged displacement of 6,900 tons, and accommodations for 12 officers and 115 enlisted men. A total of 37 Los Angeles class ships are currently authorized by Congress; 33 contracts have been awarded, and 11 ships have been delivered.

  • against countries that do not abide by the United Nations deadline calling for an end to deepsea drift-net fishing by July 1 of next year. President Bush, under existing law, has the option of imposing narrower sanctions on that country's exports of fish and other sea products. According to Mr. Macnow

  • Two international maritime treaties that address oil pollution preparation and response and ship salvage operations are being pushed by the Bush Administration. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Richard J. Smith, and Adm.

  • On August 13, President Bush hosted the President's Economic Forum at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, bringing together a variety of individuals to discuss the fundamentals of the economy and the President's agenda to increase economic growth for the future. From the President's Statement at

  • Philips itself in just 2 to 4 months. Ar paying off for you. director of marine development; Raymond J. Dionne, fleet superintendent; Capt. Robert T. Bush, senior marine advisor, and Robert E. McDermott, marine engineer coordinator. Mr. Dabbar is responsible for the operation of the company fleet

  • The Deputy Secretary of Transportation, James R. Busey, told the Connecticut Maritime Association's annual conference that a Bush Administration policy designed to protect the nation's merchant marine is forthcoming. Mr. Busey said that one major reform being considered is the elimination of the

  • Corporation, a consulting and research firm specializing in public opinion analysis and public affairs. Mr. Teeter served as senior adviser to the Bush For President campaign, where he developed and coordinated research, policy development, speech writing and advertising. Following the campaign

  • Gerald W. Bush, Boston's commerce and manpower director, has announced that a newly formed corporation headed by a former General Dynamics executive is seeking to acquire the facilities of the Boston Naval Shipyard and the South Boston Naval Annex for conversion into a commercial shipbuilding operati

  • U.S. yacht builders were heartened by President Bush's recent budget proposals, which included a request to Congress to repeal the luxury tax on yachts priced at over $100,000. The repeal, which is likely to be approved, would be retroactive to February 1. Since the tax took effect in January 1990

  • director of the Whitehall Brokerage, Inc., 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 10004. The Whitehall Brokerage is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ter Bush & Powell, Inc., Schenectady, N.Y., and serves primarily as a marine insurance facility. After attending Pace College in New York, Mr. Myers joined

  • their opinions on topical subjects," said Arthur G. Meyer, executive vice-president of Inland Waterways Educational Services. Vice-President George Bush and many other key figures of national and international prominence will be present to express their views on the future growth of inland waterways

  • interested rivermen to broaden their knowledge and see the newest available products at this intensive, three-day meeting. Vice President George Bush and many other key figures of national and international prominence will be present to express their views on the future growth of inland waterways

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    , and at column in this same venue, said, “When it was passed and the very same time, there are many U.S. fag operators – signed into law during the Bush Administration, the En- specifcally those in the passenger vessel game – at an enor- ergy Independence and Security Act of 2007 was hailed as mous

  • MR Jun-19#19  Ex- wind.
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    energy from offshore menting an overall electrical system. competitively solicited R&D projects, Habib Dagher, PhD, PE is the Ex- wind. • 1992 – President Bush signed the and NYSERDA matched that amount. ecutive Director at the University of • 2016 – Block Island Wind Farm in Energy Policy Act, authorizing

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    pumps, and turn them into pumps speci? cally designed to seawater pumps. The standard product was devel- handle seawater applications oped for ? ghting bush? res in Australia’s sweltering (ideal for tugs, barges, trawlers summer seasons. and even patrol boats). First, the company started working with

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    than ever before – and the volumes will boards and committees under both the Obama and George continue to increase moving forward. With that, more liq- W. Bush Administrations. Before that, he served as an of- uids and natural gas products are being exported from the fcer in the U.S. Merchant Marine as a U

  • MP Q3-18#13  both the Obama and 
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    the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Doyle has also served on cabinet and executive level boards and committees under both the Obama and George W. Bush Administrations. A U.S. Coast Guard licensed marine engineer, he is a graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy with a BS in Marine Engineering

  • MP Q3-18#4  Obama and George W. Bush Administrations. A  ness)
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    Production ecutive level boards and committees under both The Ohio State University and a Master’s in Busi- Nicole Ventimiglia the Obama and George W. Bush Administrations. A ness Administration from the Weatherhead School nicole@marinelink.com U.S. Coast Guard licensed marine engineer, he is a of Management

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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Morganti Weldon Bush Glas Thelen Montgomery bility group in ABS’ offshore engineer- from 2010 to 2014, and currently HII Names VP of Supply ing department. He graduated from serves as a senior advisor and operating Chain Management at the U.S. Naval Academy with a BS in

  • MN May-18#28  River Basin has created  Greg Bush, President of The Federal)
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    Basin. By William P. Doyle Major ? ooding this winter in the enlisted the cutter suction dredge the GD Morgan. Mississippi River Basin has created Greg Bush, President of The Federal Pilots of Louisiana signi? cant increased shoaling in the said, “The Mississippi River level started rising early this

  • MN May-18#8  W.  & towing, and passenger 
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    and executive level boards auditing experience rang- and committees under both ing from deep sea, tugs the Obama and George W. & towing, and passenger Bush Administrations. Before vessels. He is an alumnus that, he served as an of? cer in of SUNY Maritime College the U.S. Merchant Marine as in both

  • MP Q1-18#4  Relations
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    level boards and committees under both the Naval Reserve, sailing in all licensed ranks, including Mark O’Malley, Public Relations Obama and George W. Bush Administrations. Before Master. After coming ashore in 2006, Andrew worked Esther Rothenberger, Accounting that, he served as an of? cer in the

  • MN Mar-18#8 . Nominated 
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    Opera- Washington Representative tion with ABS and an elected for Ashland Inc. from 1998 member of the NCB. through 2007. Nominated by President George Bush Sveinung Odegard is the and con? rmed by the U.S. North American Represen- Senate, he was Assistant tative for Ulmatec Pyro. He Secretary of the

  • MR Nov-17#20  to  lubricant to the pin and bushing of the 
improve safety)
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    the costs, extend the life of the equipment, to handle today’s more demanding con- type and quality of the gear oil used to lubricant to the pin and bushing of the improve safety and more. ditions. lubricate the moving parts will determine chain link while also preventing the lu- The key is to identify

  • MR Mar-17#22  a part of the USS George H.W. Bush 
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    requested in the Navy’s 355-ship plan The Danish navy frigate HDMS Peter Willemoes (F362), seen here operating as a part of the USS George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group, is an example of a capable and ? exible frigate design that could be built in the U.S. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication

  • MN Mar-17#19 . In 2008, President 
George W. Bush used a simple presi-
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    permanent, and regarding ex- ecutive actions, history has shown that one president can undo another president’s actions. In 2008, President George W. Bush used a simple presi- dential memorandum to remove pre- vious Section 12(a) withdrawals. In addition, Congress has the authority to pass legislation

  • MN Feb-17#38  16” dredge with a hull-mounted  bush, MI, facility. Wetta adds)
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    Lakes, commissioned from DSC in April 2015, DSC has always produced ‘spec’ units out of its Green- a custom-built, 16” x 16” dredge with a hull-mounted bush, MI, facility. Wetta adds, “We have also recently pump. It features a PLC operating system with color touch- added some ‘spec’ builds in our business

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    in 2010. Today, DSC Dredge, LLC operates from three major manufacturing facilities located in Reserve, Louisiana; Poplarville, Mississippi; and Green- bush, Michigan. The DSC Way Since DSC’s inception, the company has delivered more than 500 dredges. Bob Wetta explains further, “Up until about 2005, the

  • MN Nov-16#94 . Look at steering linkage bushings. 
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    DECK MACHINERY “We are targeting applications like lifeboat davits and rolling fairleads. Look at steering linkage bushings. Particularly in the inland River system, you’ll have grease bronze jockey bars for tiller arm steering and the alignment isn’t always good. You’ll get abrasives in the area. It is

  • MN Nov-16#85 Process of machining a marine bushing 
carries loads of up)
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    Process of machining a marine bushing carries loads of up to 30MPa. Vesconite has obtained ap- and New Zealand, with stocking distributors in Australia, provals from ABS, Biro Klasi? kasi Indonesia, Bureau Veri- Singapore and Argentina. Vesconite rudder bearings are in tas, China Classi? cation Society

  • MN Oct-16#45 . A simple example is a bronze bushing being 
in the automation)
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    . If the CTE is not considered in the design, fail- Richard Halstead has nearly four decades of experience ures can result. A simple example is a bronze bushing being in the automation industry. He is the President and used as a bearing around a steel shaft. As the temperature Chairman of Empire Magnetics

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  • MP Q3-16#35 , he was appointed under the Bush Administration  alliances)
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    Commissioner Photo: FMC regulations when he joined FMC. er activity involves companies that are members of separate In 2008, he was appointed under the Bush Administration alliances. For instance, CMA CGM is a member of the O3 as Director of Permits, Scheduling, and Compliance with alliance, while NOL-APL

  • MP Q3-16#34  graduate of the Mas- both the Bush and Obama Administrations)
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    , arrived there via this end, I was selected to serve in a few advisory roles under an interesting career path. He is a 1992 graduate of the Mas- both the Bush and Obama Administrations. That eventually sachusetts Maritime Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of led to a call from the White House in 2011,

  • MR Jun-16#27  technology 
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    port: Yokosuka, Japan Higher PERFORMANCE: Increase ship speed with lower fuel cost and emissions ISOVER’s unique patented technology USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) Greater CARGO CAPACITY: delivers a lighter weight insulation undergoing scheduled maintenance Availability Less deadload equals

  • MT Jun-16#29  a great surveying challenge,” 
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    ef? ciently and accurately. “The construction sequence was not a traditional land-to-jetty-end build, so it provided a great surveying challenge,” Bush said. “To maintain the highest ac- curacy, we really had to use the latest surveying technology available.” www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology