The Guided Missile Frigate Gary (FFG 51) was delivered recently by the Los Angeles Division of Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation.
The Gary, completed 27 weeks ahead of contract schedule and well below cost, was originally presented to the Navy for delivery on October 26 but rejected due to installed equipment possibly containing incompletely tested microchips. As the results of comprehensive inspection, verification and analysis of installed equipment, closely coordinated between the Navy, related equipment suppliers, and Todd, coupled with an extended warranty on the part of the shipbuilder, resolution of the potential problem was achieved to the Navy's satisfaction.
The Gary is the 14th in the series of 17 frigates currently under contract at Todd Los Angeles, the only private shipyard on the West Coast qualified to design and construct major surface combatants. The 14 ships have been completed a total of 83 weeks ahead of schedule.
Todd Shipyards Corporation, one of the nation's largest independent shipbuilding companies, operates other yards in or near Seattle, San Francisco, Galveston and New Orleans.
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Phillips 66 Company has reassigned three employees in its supply and transportation division, a subsidiary of Phillips Petroleum Company. Gary J. Heinz becomes northern region manager of Phillips Pipe Line Company. He directs the operations and maintenance of the northern region crude oil and
Midland-Ross Corporation, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, has announced that Dr. Gary Carlson has joined the company as executive vice president, with responsibility for directing the overall efforts of the electronics and electrical businesses. Reporting to him will be the three electronics
Reco Crane Company of New Orleans, La., announced the promotion of Gary Hardin to general sales manager. Mr. Hardin, a veteran sales manager of the Xerox Corporation, joined Reco three years ago as assistant offshore operations manager. Reco, with branches in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles
engineering graduate of Texas Technological College, and worked for a major oil company on the U.S. Gulf Coast for 13 years before joining Santa Fe. Gary L. Matlock succeeded Mr. Ennis as area manager in the North Sea. Santa Fe Engineering & Construction Co. is a subsidiary of Santa Fe International Corp
Carl M. Albero, president and chief executive officer of American Systems Engineering Corporation (AmSEC), has announced the appointment of Gary L. Weerts to the position of senior program manager, in recognition of his contributions to the firm as a senior manager. Mr. Weerts has been a program mana
Gary E. Hoglund has been appointed senior vice president-finance and administration for Dillingham Maritime. He previously served as vice president-finance for the Seattle-based Foss Launch & Tug Company, a Dillingham company. He has been with Foss since 1970. In his new position, Mr. Hoglund will
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Gerald A. Gutman, president of Nav-Com Incorporated has announced the appointment of Gary J. Franza to the position of director of marketing. This announcement follows the recent acquisition of Nav-Com by Magnavox Government & Industrial Electronics Company which is designed to broaden the company's
members returned to the Engineering Department where a tour was conducted of the CAD/CAM Unigraphics equipment being operated by several students. Gary Gray of the Macauto Company, whose CAD /CAM service was being demonstrated, explained some of the techniques of computer-aided design, computer- aided
Gary C. Wendt has been named vice president and general manager for General Electric Credit Corporation's (GECC) commercial and industrial financing division. Mr. Wendt will be headquartered at Stamford, Conn. Mr. Wendt's new responsibilities include management of GECC's commercial and industrial po
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