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  • The Pennsylvania Schoolship Association's 24th Annual Muster (reunion) was held at the Ben Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia on October 14, 1978. The Association represents graduates of the former Pennsylvania Maritime Academy, closed since 1947, but who have actively carried on the lore and traditions of Pennsylvania's former nautical school.

    The Association had as featured speaker Peter Stanford, president of the National Maritime Historical Society. He spoke on the development and establishment of the National Ship Trust, of which he is a co-founder. The Historical Society was originally a volunteer effort to bring together groups interested in preserving the maritime heritage of America. It has since been joined by the leading maritime museums in the country. The National Ship Trust was recently organized to provide the country with a national policy in p r e s e r v i n g its maritime "roots." Mr. Stanford was one of the founders of New York's South Street Seaport Museum, and was its president for 10 years prior to taking the helm of the Historical Society. He is also the managing editor of the Society's outstanding publication, "Sea History." The Pennsylvania Schoolship Association was formed in 1955 to preserve the venerable history of the state's former maritime training program. Five schoolships were utilized in the period from 1890 to 1947, to provide structured training to young men from Pennsylvania, to become deck or engine officers on American merchant marine vessels. The school operated under the aegis of the state, until it was closed down. Six such schools still function on each of the U.S. Seaboards, with a Federal Academy located at Kings Point, N.Y.

    Persons i n t e r e s t e d in subscribing to the publication "Sea History" can write to Peter Stanford, National Maritime Historical Society, 2 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201.

  • International, Inc. of Houston for naval architecture, marine engineering, comto turn your ship around in a hurry. be gone again on schedule. With Pennsylvania Shipbuilding, you'll get no false promises or lame excuses. We have the facilities to handle several ships at once. So you never have to wait

  • oils. Tate Engineering, Inc., with offices in West Conshohocken, Pa., and Baltimore, Md., has been appointed for the area of eastern Pennsylvania, eastern Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and northwestern New Jersey. Telco, Inc., based in Cleveland, Ohio, will service northern Ohio. George

  • when compared to Philadelphia. The Port of Baltimore is physically closer to the key industrial city of Pittsburgh and trucks hauling cargo from Pennsylvania to Baltimore use toll-free interstates, while Philadelphia traffic must use the Pennsylvania Turnpike. To counter this, the Philadelphia Port

  • Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company, Chester, Pa., announced that on Saturday, July 12, 1986, the keel was laid for the first of three new Fleet Oilers (TAO-191, Hull #1) being constructed for the U.S. Navy. In addition, Penn Ship announced that Monday, June 23, 1986, marked the beginning of fabrication

  • Paul P. Swensen has been elected vice president and general manager of the Curtis Bay Towing Company of Pennsylvania, according to an announcement by Malcolm W. MacLeod, president. Mr. Swensen came ashore in 1976 to join Curtis Bay Towing as a dispatcher in the Baltimore office. In 1978, he was

  • The versatility of the Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company was challenged as two vessels required drydocking at one time. The challenge was answered by separating the one drydock into two sections and drydocking both vessels. According to Joseph E. Wise, senior vice president of marketing, "We have

  • James R. Wittmeyer has been appointed vice president-operations at Pennsylvania Shipbuilding, Chester, Pa. He succeeds John A. Serrie, who has retired after more than 40 years in the shipbuilding industry. Mr. Wittmeyer has 30 years of experience in shipbuilding. He started in the engineering

  • representative in 1963 and became sales representative the following year. In 1968, he was promoted to supervisor of Gulf service stations on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. As a loaned executive from Gulf to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1969, Mr. Hawthorne served in Harrisburg, Pa., as a special

  • Grandin S. Vought, an executive at Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company in Chester, Pa., since 1983, has been named vice president for operations with responsibility for all phases of new ship construction, it was recently announced by William T. Gallagher, executive vice president. In his new post

  • ship survivability issues in Naval, Coast Guard, and commercial marine applications. The meeting will be held on December 7 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Some 500 participants are expected to be on hand when Vice Adm. Robert L. Walters, USN, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for

  • gaming is — according to various market indicators — primed to spread to and throughout the Northeast U.S., specifically New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania. To help pave the profitable way for suppliers to the industry, the Maritime Association of the Port of New York/New Jersey will present the

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    – Virginia – David L. Holt, $117.4 Million – New York$87.2 Million – North Carolina Energy & Transportation Industry consultant $110.7 Million – Pennsylvania$71.4 Million – Ohio for Caterpillar Global Aftermarket Solutions is dramatic,” says McAllister, who has installed some of the and locomotive projects

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    adhered to globally come from the Port of NY and NJ through the Lehigh Valley, into 2020 … more and more of the top-10 ocean carriers are an- central Pennsylvania and south into Baltimore Maryland on nouncing plans to build new ships with dual-fuel technology I-83. These areas can be serviced relatively

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    the NCB. Volume 28 Number 12 versity in agricultural economics and an undergraduate degree from Randall Luthi is President of the the University of Pennsylvania. National Ocean Industries Asso- Ewing ciation (NOIA). Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in energy and environ- Chris Mandalakis has

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    Bart Heijermans, who director of submarine engineering. Bolcar earned has decided to step down. a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He will con- Rodriguez Takes Lead Role at PONANT tinue to report to Ken Mahler, Newport News’ Edie Rodriguez will serve as Americas

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    Lehigh upcoming news regarding cooperation This process is not without numerous ? ts son says, “The hinterland connection is Valley, into central Pennsylvania and with Los Angeles, in a container data and starts, as port planners in the States, where a lot of the competition is going south into Baltimore

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    height of up Physical Scientist since 2008. Wilson solutions which integrate the OPT to 8.1 meters, SMD has space for large- received a M.B.A. from Pennsylvania PowerBuoy to support customer subsea scale equipment and bene? ts from a State University, graduating with Beta remote offshore operations from

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    yourself accordingly. By Mark Hebert, Partner at Jones Walker LLP In today’s environment, safety man- States Supreme Court’s 1873 ruling in The Pennsylvania. agement systems for brown water marine • Third, the violation of a regulation which has any causal operators are standard industry practice

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    com- Evans graduated from the University from William & Mary University. munity that carried products to and from market-primarily through the of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in Torqeedo Grows North Port of Baltimore. In 1945, The Bal- 1987 and is a Washington State CPA. timore Sun offered her a reporting

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    of the rine, he entered law school at Widener University School of most important federal agencies on the commercial waterfront Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. All told; he probably has today. The independent federal agency is responsible for regu- one of the broadest backgrounds in terms of maritime