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  • The Long Beach-Greater Los Angeles Section of The American Society of Naval Engineers held its first meeting of the 1980-81 year at the Officers Club of the Los Alamitos Armed Forces Reserve Center.

    Chairman J.R. (Bob) Malone announced the program for the year, pointing out the excellent job that Carl E. Erickson, program chairman, has done in getting an outstanding group of presenters with timely and interesting topics. He encouraged all present to invite friends and business associates to become members, stressing the attendance at the monthly meetings with a slogan "Bring a Friend." The chairman next introduced the Section officers and then asked program chairman Erickson to take over with the evening's activity. The announced topic for the meeting was "Update on Diego Garcia Facilities," by Lt. Michael F. Casey, CEC, USN, Assistant Officer in Charge of Construction for the Long Beach area. Lieutenant Casey has had two tours of duty on Diego Garcia, the last of which was as Officer in Charge of the 30th Naval Construction Regiment Detachment.

    Lieutenant Casey opened by saying that his remarks would be accompanied by a number of slide pictures of the island and its facilities and that it would be rather informal, consequently he would welcome questions from the audience on the subject of the pictures as they were presented instead of having a formal question-and-answer pe- riod at the end of his presentation. This "audience participation" type of presentation made for a most interesting meeting that was extremely informative about a Naval base on an atoll in the Indian Ocean located about 1,000 miles south and slightly west of the tip of India. We occupy the western half of the island by virtue of a 50-year lease from Great Britain, negotiated in 1966, and share it with two British officers and 24 men who are totally integrated into our organization.

    Work goes on 24 hours a day, thus the cooks are busy serving 10,000 meals a day on a around-the-clock basis. The Seabees have done all of the construction work on Diego Garcia right down to the Olympic size swimming pool, gymnasium, bowling alley, tennis courts, offices, warehouses, barracks, shops, piers, houses and even the streets, sewers, electrical generation and distribution facilities, as well as the 12,000-foot-long air strip.

    To the complete entertainment as well as the enlightenment of all, Lieutenant Casey presented a lucid description in pictures and words of our most important military base to support our Naval operations in the Indian Ocean. He was given a resounding round of applause for his excellent program, and was presented with a framed Certificate of Appreciation by chairman Malone as an expression of gratitude on behalf of the Section.

  • Italian specialist shipyard Rodriquez Cantieri Navali launched the Federico Garcia Lorca on April 28 — its largest vessel ever built. Subsequent to its inaugural festivities, the ship was towed to Savona, Italy for final outfitting, commissioning and then sea trials. The vessel will then be delivered

  • Four barge-carrying ships that will be used as supply depots in the Navy's afloat prepositioning force have been chartered by the Military Sealift Command. The new contracts for the lighteraboard- ship, or "lash," vessels essentially renew charters with two companies that have been furnishing lash

  • General Ship Corporation of Boston, Mass., has been awarded a U.S. Navy contract in the amount of $11.8 million for the regular overhaul of USS Vulcan (AR-5). Under the new contract, Vulcan will arrive in the yard in January 1982 for an ll-1 / - month over- haul. General Ship is now completing the

  • Andrew A. Sallean has joined Bretagne ACB Corporation, New Orleans, La., as vice president of the newly formed department of naval architecture. ACB is a marine equipment design and manufacturing company specializing in articulated and integrated tug/barge hydraulic connection systems. The department

  • , and most recently as a marine surveyor under the tutelage of the late Alfred M. Nelson. Assuming the duties of secretary and office manager will be Sarah Rushing, who also boasts of a varied marine training in both shipyard administration and surveying office work. Within the month, several other

  • carrying supplies from a Darwin base to the drilling rig Margie in the Timor Sea. The previously built five A.O.S. ships, Lady Lorna, Lady Laurie, Lady Sarah, Lady Vilma, and Lady Rachel are operating on the North West Shelf. Lady Cynthia will be powered by four Daihatsu Main Engines, delivering 4,400

  • the Pacific Coast states and British Columbia. The benefit of the Task Force is to share resources so not to duplicate or reinvent efforts,” said Sarah Brace, Executive Coordinator of the Task Force. Through a memorandum signed by the governors of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California, and the

  • DredgeMasters International, Inc. (DMI), the Hendersonville, Tenn., subsidiary of Valley Industries, recently christened the newest and largest dredge in its line of heavy duty dredges. The model HPC-27DR DuraMaster dredge was christened in a ceremony at La Place, La., staged by DredgeMasters

  • The Society of American Milit a r y Engineers (SAME), a professional e n g i n e e r i n g s o c i e ty which was founded in 1920 and is comprised of active duty military and civilian engineers who are dedicated to the defense of our c o u n t r y , has officially installed its new local officers

  • The Upper Peninsula Shipbuilding Co. (UPSCO) in Ontonagon, Mich., recently launched its first vessel to be built under contract. Hull No. 001—a 1,053-ton tug for an integrated tug-barge (ITB) system—is being built, along with four barges, for the State of Michigan. It was the first commercial launchi

  • Federico Garcia Lorca, a 377-ft. (115- m) TMV 115 monohull fast ferry, was delivered to its new owners, Balearia Eurolineas Maritimes on June 25 - one week ahead of the contractual date. The vessel will immediately make the short trip to Spain to commence operations between Valencia and the Balearic I

  • MP Q3-19#48 Advertiser Index
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    Advertiser Index Page Company Website Phone# 9 AP Companies Global Solutions LTD www.ap-companies.com +34 931 702 286 C2 Arconas www.arconas.com Please visit us online 17 Connecticut Port Authority www.CTPortAuthority.com (860) 577-5174 37 CPE Certi? ed Port Executive www.certi? edportexe

  • MP Q3-19#36 PORT EXPANSION
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    PORT EXPANSION “We’re able to look at the structure beforehand and then take that imagery, evaluate and con? rm elevations, quantities and conditions. We were able to deal with any items that might create issues in advance of performing any actual work on the structure.” – Blake Yaffee, area manager

  • MP Q3-19#34 PORT EXPANSION
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    PORT EXPANSION New ‘Eyes’ on the Prize Tappan Zee Constructors ‘See’ Below Hudson River with Trimble Marine Construction Systems and Teledyne Marine Imaging. By Kevin Garcia ince 1955, the Tappan Zee Bridge has been a critical thoroughfare for New Yorkers commuting between Rockland and Westchester

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    22 Credit: Jeff Sauers 22 Big Baltimore The Port of Baltimore is poised to muscle its way into the nation’s elite top 10 ports. How that happened really isn’t hard to understand. That’s because what comes next will be the dividend of many years of focused planning. By Joseph Keefe 28 Breakbulk

  • MP Q3-19#4 CONTRIBUTORS
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    CONTRIBUTORS ISSN - 24739308 USPS # 005-893 1 HQ Tel 118 E. 25th St., 2nd Floor +1 212 477 6700 2 New York, NY 10010 USA +1 212 254 6271Fax URL www.MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com 3 Email trauthwein@marinelink.com Editor Joseph Keefe keefe@marinelink.com +1 704 661 8475 4 Contributing Writers 5

  • MP Q2-19#26 US Navy Port Logistics
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    US Navy Port Logistics Our LSRs work with the ships, the schedulers, base operations, base supply offcers, and coordinate “ the movement of material to the ships. Our feet freight router will determine where a ship can pull in to get resupplied, or where they can be staged for replenishment at sea

  • MP Q2-19#24 US Navy Port Logistics
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    US Navy Port Logistics Delivering parts, fuel, Delivering parts, fuel, mail over 52 million mail over 52 million square milessquare miles In Port and at Sea: NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Yokosuka Supports Navy Ships and Crews. Understanding how that happens can beneft commercial stakeholders, as well.

  • MN Nov-18#98  Ketchikan, Alaska of?  ce. Sarah  tail sales manager at)
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    for the mari- has added another professional to Joe Ruddell has been promoted to re- time industry. Since 1984, Crowley their Ketchikan, Alaska of? ce. Sarah tail sales manager at Dawes Rigging & has provided more than $3 million Nichols joins the team as a Marine Crane Rental. Ruddell is celebrating

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    the individual designs, inside the cost • Italy and France have built their of ships were adapted from previous parameters that we’re looking for to FREMM frigates with a common hull, classes and carried something new make that small surface combatant a but with general purpose and ASW vari- forward.

  • MT Sep-18#59 Harp  Heijermans  Garcia & Burke
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    Harp Heijermans Garcia & Burke Photo: WHOI Photo: Boskalis ASA structuring project for the three Stand- Group (GMG), appointed Ian Bryan, Rebecca Garcia-Malone, ASA Educa- alone Companies created in the context Managing Director of Group Opera- tion Committee Chair, presents Dr. of the #BOURBONINMOTION

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    grillages on the barge This process, according to TCarta CEO David Critch- deck. ley, saves time and money. “Our processing team delivered Once on the SARAH S barge, ALE’s latest marine invest- the satellite derived bathymetry just a few weeks after Total ment, the TPs will be transported on the River

  • MR Dec-17#54  for a safer world.”
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    program with York is so important towards our purpose versity of York. Professor John McDermid will lead the of working together for a safer world.” © Sarah Holmlund / Adobe Stock 54 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • DECEMBER 2017 MR #12 (50-57).indd 54 MR #12 (50-57).indd 54 12/6/2017 4:17:30

  • MR Oct-17#10 ,” White House 
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    @ricardorossello request, @POTUS has authorized the Jones Act be waived for Puerto Rico. It will go into effect immediately,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted this morning.. www.marinelink.com/news/waives-puerto-relief429819 (See “On Point with Joe Keefe,” page 12, this edition) Photo by Jose

  • MR Jul-17#56   he will be succeeded by Sarah Kenny,  responsible for)
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    retires in September, pany as President and Regional Director Newport News Shipbuilding Caryn Nightengale, former Director he will be succeeded by Sarah Kenny, responsible for the Americas. Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) an- of Corporate Development for Boeing who joins BMT on August 1. nounced

  • MR Apr-17#60 DEME’s Orion Subsea 7 Invests
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    DEME’s Orion Subsea 7 Invests C-Job Naval Architects will provide Subsea 7 took delivery two new builds: a Orion Cosco Offshore Co. (Qidong) with heavy construction ? ex-lay vessel Seven the Basic Design package for DEME Arctic and dive support vessel Seven Group’s offshore installation vessel Ori-

  • MR Jan-17#31  more than one shipyard,” said Sarah 
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    . Getting passengers from ‘point frame, so we decided to break it up to be A to point B’ safely and on time is the in more than one shipyard,” said Sarah base expectation; performing safe and McDonald, Special Projects Coordina- reliable transportation with clean boats tor- Citywide Ferry Service

  • MP Q3-16#25 MaritimeJobs.com is the 
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    MaritimeJobs.com is the Tell us about your at sea training or internships – who did you work for world’s #1 or sail with? ranked recruiting site for My junior year Commercial Ship- the maritime industry. ping Internship was with Military Sea- lift Command. I sailed on the USNS Watkins from Charleston

  • MT Apr-16#53  Fiord Cammell Laird
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    Dr. Bill Koski (LGL Limited) AZFP for Zooplankton Rendering of the new polar research vessel to be built by research in Pangnirtung Fiord Cammell Laird Sarah Fortune, PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia and guest student at Woods Hole Oceano- graphic Institution in collaboration RRS Boaty

  • MN Apr-16#52 . Current Executive Vice 
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    Director, Chairman has joined the ? rm’s Energy, Environ- Maritime Academy mental and Commodities Practice and President. Current Executive Vice Sarah Scherer has taken the helm Group as counsel in the New York President Tetsushi Agata has been ap- of? ce. Prior to joining Sutherland, pointed

  • MR Mar-16#88 PEOPLE & COMPANIES
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    PEOPLE & COMPANIES Edison Chouest Offshore T&T Salvage Crowley PMSA PVA Seattle Maritime Academy Chouest Lawrence Marks Kemp Garcia Scherer Two Win Crowley Scholarships Norsafe Safety Packages for Seafarers life saving equipment maintenance and ? eet with an average age of less than Crowley Maritime

  • MR Mar-16#86 . With its business expansion,  Sarah Scherer has joined Seattle)
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    aviation sup- Seattle Maritime Academy and Mates Great Lakes/Inland Water President at DNV GL, has decided to ply chain. With its business expansion, Sarah Scherer has joined Seattle Mari- license of any gross tons and a 100 ton retire effective from August 1, 2016. Evergreen Group has established over-

  • MT Mar-16#29 of the sea? oor uncovering several new  manuel Garcia of)
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    of the sea? oor uncovering several new manuel Garcia of NOAA and Richard Navy satellite launched in 1985. A tectonic features. It is an exciting time Francis from ESA. The data they col- breakthrough in altimeter coverage be- for ocean exploration as each new year lected regarding gravity measurements

  • MN Jan-16#32  tackles each one in turn.
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    and management changes have the nation’s largest ferry system on a course to better times. Challenges remain, but WSF tackles each one in turn. By Sarah McCoy nlike the citizens of British Columbia, which pays So, while the shipbuilding end of the ferry system has a German shipyard to build its ferries

  • MN Jan-16#6  ? nd it here.
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    . From training to regulatory issues, public and private concerns, all the way to commercial ? nancial strategies, you’ll ? nd it here. West Coast-based Sarah McCoy’s take on the Washington State Ferries, for example, digs deep into the issues and challenges associated with running the nation’s largest ferry