Harold E Maxfield

  • Moss Point Marine, Inc., has delivered the CW3 Harold C. Clinger (LSV-2), the second of four 273-foot logistic support vessels being built by the Escatawpa, Miss., shipyard for the U.S. Army in a $40.7-million contract.

    The ship is the second of a new class landing craft with roll-on/rolloff (RO/RO) capabilities which permit their use where there are no ports. The RO/RO capability is made possible by bow and stern ramps which enable off-loading of cargo to undeveloped beaches and unloading from other vessels or wharfs.

    The CW3 Harold C. Clinger is equipped with an on-board computer linking it with logistic data files at U.S. Army and Navy stock points.

    The all-steel landing ship is 273 feet in length with a 60-foot beam and 16 foot-five inch depth. Propulsion is provided by two General Motors EMD 16-1645-E2 diesel engines.

    She can transport between 900 and 2,000 short tons of cargo depending on the type of operation.

    The LSV is capable of approximately 12 knots sustained speed and has a range of over 5,500 nautical miles at loaded displacement. It has a crew of six officers and 24 enlisted personnel.

    All living quarters are above the main deck, away from the noise and intensity of work areas. Crew quarters are two and four-person staterooms, and officer quarters are near the bridge and damage control areas.

    The ship is named in honor of Army Chief Warrant Officer Harold C. Clinger, who was killed on active duty in Korea in February 1986.

    The Clinger has been assigned to the U.S. Army WESTCOM, 605th Transportation Detachment, Ford Island, Hawaii.

    The Army contract was awarded by the Navy's Military Sealift Command and is being administered by the Navy's Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion, and Repair (SUPSHIPS) in Pascagoula, Miss.

    John Dane I I I , president of the Trinity Marine Group which includes Moss Point Marine, Inc., said the two remaining sister ships will be delivered at approximate 60-day intervals.

    The Trinity Marine Group is owned by Trinity Industries, Inc., Dallas, Texas. Other shipyards in the group are Halter Marine Inc.'s facilities in Moss Point, Miss., and Lockport, La., Equitable Shipyards, Inc.'s plants in New Orleans and Madisonville, La., and Gretna Machine and Iron Works Inc., in Harvey, La.

    For free literature on the shipbuilding facilities and services of the Trinity Marine Group, Circle 14 on Reader Service Card

  • Mrs. June Geneen recently christened a new 4,000-ton floating drydock, H.S. Geneen (shown above), named in honor of her husband Harold S. Geneen, Delta Services board chairman. The dock was designed and built by Delta Shipyard, a division of Delta Services Industries, Houma, La. Ralph Arceneaux

  • At the annual meeting; of the American Waterways Operators, Inc., Harold A. Reinauer (Reinauer Transportation Companies, Inc.) was elected to replace James P. Mc- Allister as regional vice president for 1974. Two new directors were elected. Robert M. Loftus, assistant vice president of Moran Towing

  • , with some minor modifications to the owner's particular requirements. The house arrangement has been redesigned to accommodate 17 men in six cabins. Harold Eckmann Named Member Of Board For Todd Shipyards Corp. Harold A. Eckmann was elected to the board of directors of Todd Shipyards Corporation at

  • Charles Swanson has been named vice president and general manager of Dillingham Shipyard operations. The promotion was announced by Harold Malterre, president, Dillingham Maritime-Pacific Division. Mr. Swanson, f o r m e r l y f i r st deputy director for the State of Hawaii's Department of Transport

  • The Propeller Club of the United States has announced its 43rd Harold Harding Annual Maritime Essay Contest for High School Students, and its Second National Maritime Essay Contest for College Students. Capt. Robert E. Hart, president of The Propeller Club Port of New York, stated that the Honorable

  • . William L. Thomas, assistant to Mr. Benson, has been named to succeed him as manager of the company's Houston office. Both announcements were made by Harold J. Pecunia, president of Peterson Maritime Services, Inc., in New Orleans. Before joining Peterson, Mr. Benson served with the United States Coast

  • positions were Edward F. Mclntyre, manager, safety and loss prevention, at Farrell Lines Incorporated, New York, as deputy general chairman ; Capt. Harold R. Rosengren, senior deputy chief surveyor at the National Cargo Bureau, Inc., New York, as vice general chairman; and Capt. Hugh M. Stephens

  • , presented to an individual who has made a most significant contribution to naval engineering through personal research during the past three years; Harold E. Saunders Award, presented to an individual whose reputation in naval engineering spans a long career of notable achievement and influence; and

  • , South Amboy, N.J., after the vessel underwent conversion at the Slidell, La., yard. The 290-foot Sandy Hook was converted from the hopper barge Harold Smith, which formerly transported petroleum coke between Norfolk, Va., and Philadelphia, Pa. The extensive conversion of the 60-foot-wide, 21-foot-deep

  • shiphandling services, petroleum transportation, as well as general and coastwise towing throughout the Northeast. Commenting on the transaction, Harold A. Reinauer, chairman, said that the addition of Boston Towboat's two 2,000-horsepower and two 3,000-horsepower tugs significantly enhances Boston

  • and enhances our competitive position in global markets," said Thomas E. Bennett, president of Torrington. In addition, Mr. Bennett announced that Harold M. Brodsky would remain to direct Fafnir's operations as a division of Torrington. With the addition of Fafnir, Torrington becomes one of the largest b

  • MT Mar-18#8  
he was an apprentice under Harold Doc Edgerton (the inventor)
    March 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    for missing Ma- the semiconductor age. As a talented engineer he moved onto EG&G where laysian Airlines ? ight MH370, said he was an apprentice under Harold Doc Edgerton (the inventor of the strobe it has grown its ? eet of 6,000 meter light and innovator of modern sonar technology). It was during this

  • MN Dec-17#33  appearance, the 
Foster said Harold Halter, the founder of)
    December 2017 - Marine News page: 33

    port and starboard 24V battery banks and its 12V generator start bank. To pro- tect the boat’s 1943 design and outward appearance, the Foster said Harold Halter, the founder of Halter Ma- chargers and related modern systems were mounted out of rine, and Higgins Industry were united through the his-

  • MT Sep-17#17  the crude sonar and turn it 
Harold Edgerton, the famous professor)
    September 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 17

    things, but I seemed with making that happen. destined to work on some very theoretical project. I knew of How did you take the crude sonar and turn it Harold Edgerton, the famous professor, and I went into his lab into something more useful? and asked if he had anything interesting that I might work on

  • MR Mar-17#88  80-year-old father. The top  Harold Moensi has joined the)
    March 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 88

    board of directors, opting to stand CGM, taking over the role previously down when his election period expires held by his 80-year-old father. The top Harold Moensi has joined the Maritime Glosten Promotes FitzGerald Propeller Repairs BV (MPR BV) team at March 28, 2017, the date of group’s an- spot at

  • MN Mar-17#53  1st Vice President Capt. Harold 
Dusseau, Grand 2nd Vice)
    March 2017 - Marine News page: 53

    named. Elected as Grand President was Capt. Lee Barnhill of Alpena, tug captain for Durocher Marine. Also elected were Grand 1st Vice President Capt. Harold Dusseau, Grand 2nd Vice President Capt. Mark Mather, and Secretary- Treasurer Capt. Brian Eickel. ISMA of- fers annual scholarships to persons pre- paring

  • MT Nov-16#23  of those 
cal site,” explained Harold Orlinsky, HYPACK, “However)
    November 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    , and the “The Normandy seabed is effectively a massive archaeologi- Normandy seabed offers an insight into the ingenuity of those cal site,” explained Harold Orlinsky, HYPACK, “However, the involved. sunken items left behind by this momentous event are starting to The invasion ? eet of almost 7,000 vessels

  • MP Q4-16#18 INTERVIEW
rective actions, and keeping procedures up to)
    Q4 2016 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    INTERVIEW rective actions, and keeping procedures up to date. Outside of her daily duties at Matson, Swanson is a member of the BSR Clean Cargo Working Group, something that bills itself as a “leading global carrier-shipper initiative dedicated to environ- mental performance improvement in marine container

  • MN Sep-16#42  program is the research vessel Harold 
September 2016
  
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    September 2016 - Marine News page: 42

    is included, to speed up the process.” Another boat recently repowered with Volvo Penta un- der the Carl Moyer program is the research vessel Harold September 2016 42 MN MN Sept16 Layout 32-49.indd 42 8/22/2016 10:14:11 A

  • MT Oct-15#52 ROV & AUV Report: Norway
Fishing for V
With more than 50)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    ROV & AUV Report: Norway Fishing for V With more than 50 offshore service vessels (OSVs) laid-up in the North Sea due to less drilling, ? eet owners with ? sheries roots are showing signs of “going back” to the past for “new” ideas on how to adapt in lean times. Fitting and testing novel equipment and

  • MR Jun-15#72  and COO. Most re- Dr. Harold Robinson, a physicist)
    June 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 72

    of Scott J. Theriot as Exec- Dr. Robinson Named Top Scientist Northern, Central and Southern China. 1,100 hp. utive Vice President and COO. Most re- Dr. Harold Robinson, a physicist at Laborde also repowered the Lil Susan S, cently Theriot was Executive Vice Presi- the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Schottel

  • MR May-77#18  financial secretary; Capt. Harold E. van der Linde, head)
    May 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    lease agreement for the Little Cayman oil transfer operations, were, left to right: (seated) Vassel Johnson, Cayman Islands financial secretary; Capt. Harold E. van der Linde, head of Cayman Energy, Ltd.; Gerald Waddington, attorney general for Cayman Islands, and John Abberly, attorney for Captain van

  • MR Jul-15-77#15  is the wife of Governor 
Harold R. Parfitt of the Panama)
    July 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    Panama Canal from October 1928 to October 1932. Mrs. Patricia Rose Parfitt was sponsor for the M.L. Walker. Mrs. Parfitt is the wife of Governor Harold R. Parfitt of the Panama Canal Zone. Mrs. Ruth Mary Jane Presley Huldtquist was sponsor for the H. Burgess. Mrs. Huldtquist is the wife of

  • MR Nov-77#34  conference in 
New Orleans by Harold P. Halter, 
president)
    November 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    , La., at Halter Marine Services. The announcement of this new concept in marine propulsion was made at a press conference in New Orleans by Harold P. Halter, president, Halter Marine Services, and Prieur Leary, president, Aca- dian Marine Service. Acadian Marine is an owner/ operator

  • MR Nov-15-77#4th Cover , 
and ASNE chairman Harold Neville. 
Guest speaker)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    right: ASNE Program chairman Comdr. Peter T. Tarpgaard; guest speaker Comdr. T. Martin, Com- manding Officer of USS Constitution, and ASNE chairman Harold Neville. Guest speaker for the meeting was Comdr. T. Martin, USN, 57th Commanding Officer of the USS Constitution. Commander Martin spoke

  • MR Nov-15-77#17  that Secretary of Defense 
Harold Brown had released $272)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    test and evaluation of this compact weapons system over the last two years. The Pentagon announced in August that Secretary of Defense Harold Brown had released $272.7 million in previously appropriated funds for the procurement of five more of these high-speed patrol craft. The production

  • MR Nov-15-77#10  to 
Congressman Murphy, as Harold A. Rei-
nauer, center)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    Merchant Marine & Fisheries Committee of the House of Representatives, at a recent luncheon tendered by the Association to Congressman Murphy, as Harold A. Rei- nauer, center, chairman of the Luncheon Committee, looks on. New England Section Hears Paper On Propeller Design After a social hour

  • MR Nov-15-77#6  Anchor 
Handling Division; Harold Trahan 
holds the position)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    has been appointed as sales manager of their Lafayette, La., office; Ivan Jones has been ap- pointed manager of the Anchor Handling Division; Harold Trahan holds the position of assistant manager of Anchor Handling, and Don Holland has been promoted to assistant manager of the Con- struction

  • MR Dec-77#31  / Baltimore, Maryland 21202 
Harold B. Chait, Executive Vice)
    December 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    1RY 1,1978 METALS CO. !NT & WAREHOUSE DEW LOCATION ET AT McHENRY RYLAND 21230 IUMBER WILL BE M077 > WILL REMAIN AT 00 / Baltimore, Maryland 21202 Harold B. Chait, Executive Vice President THE BOSTON METALS CO.

  • MR Jan-78#10  has announced its 
43rd Harold Harding Annual Mar-
itime)
    January 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    boats and 190-foot gunboats. Propeller Club Announces Students Essay Contest The Propeller Club of the United States has announced its 43rd Harold Harding Annual Mar- itime Essay Contest for High School Students, and its Second National Maritime Essay Con- test for College Students. Capt

  • MR Sep-78#40  a year from now. 
Harold McCarthy, vice presi-
dent)
    September 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    Connolly Jr., president of Eastern Seaboard Petroleum Co., Inc., is the new 1st vice pres- ident—in line for the club presi- dency a year from now. Harold McCarthy, vice presi- dent and local manager of South- eastern Maritime Corporation, is 2nd vice president of the club for 1978-79. George

  • MR Sep-78#28 ., effective 
July 3, 1978. 
Harold P. Halter, chairman, 
said)
    September 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    Change Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has announced the changing of its name to Halter Marine, Inc., effective July 3, 1978. Harold P. Halter, chairman, said the change was dictated by Halter's expansion from its tra- ditional offshore oil related mar- kets into new areas

  • MR Oct-15-78#3 Our LTG reheat boiler. 
For increased reliability in)
    October 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    Our LTG reheat boiler. For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace

  • MR Nov-78#45 Our LTG reheat boiler 
For increased reliability in)
    November 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    Our LTG reheat boiler For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace

  • MR Dec-78#19 Our LTG reheat boiler. 
For increased reliability in)
    December 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    Our LTG reheat boiler. For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace