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  • The MacArtney Group announced the supply of an ice core drilling winch solution to British Antarctic Survey (BAS). The winch will be used to deploy the new BAS Rapid Access Isotope Drill (RAID) which is able to complete a complete 600 m drilling cycle in one week, before being redeployed at the next drilling location. The drill will collect ice chippings, which can be used for isotope analysis and climate profiling, and leave an access hole to allow deployment of a temperature sensing cable. Both types of investigation and analysis will be used to identify good sites to find old ice. So far, shallow BAS drills have reached ice aging between 150,000 and 350,000 years of age, while the oldest ice that has currently been investigated is 800,000 years old. BAS hopes that with the new drill, the organization will find sites with ice as old as 1.5 million years. Operation of the drill system will take place in difficult and demanding East Antarctica sites that are likely to be both cold (-25˚C to -35˚C) and high (>3000 m above sea level). First, due to the remote location of the drill sites, the MacArtney BAS ice core drilling winch needs to be transportable by a standard Twin Otter turboprop aircraft which also needs to carry the RAID drill system, a generator, fuel, tents, supplies and the four person scientist crew. With this in mind, the entire winch system, including a demountable cable sheave pole and the integrated sledge, is made from aluminum and designed to be light and compact.

    www.macartney.com
     

  • by the Navy's SEAL (sea, air, land) teams, the naval equivalent of the Army's Green Berets. SEAL teams are experts in underwater demolition, coastal raids, landing and evacuation of commandos, and similar warfare operations. Constructed of fiberglass, these vessels are powered by a pair of Detroit

  • Zodiac unveiled Armorflate (patent pending), a system it is touted as the world's first bullet-resistant system for Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC). The innovative product, undoubtedly created to fulfill the burgeoning need for combat and security craft in the wake of previous terrorist attacks

  • of Yemen into civil war has seen the closure of seaports around the country. A coalition of Muslim nations led by Saudi Arabia commenced daily bombing raids against Yemen’s Houthi rebels and warships from Saudi and Egypt commenced blockades of ports. Some national naval assets involved in the anti-piracy

  • five month period thereafter. However, on 14 August pirates boarded a support vessel south of Brass and two crewmembers were abducted for ransom. A similar raid followed on 18 September when pirates kidnapped five seafarers from another vessel. As is nearly always the case, both incidents occurred after midnight

  • mother subs less than 10 miles outside of Pearl Harbor. They were the Advance Force planned to enter the harbor and attack in concert with the air raid, to sink capital ships and to block the narrow harbor entrance (figure. 1). The narrow entrance channel of Pearl Harbor was blasted out of coral

  • up to the large electric boats — type XXI. which were leaving the shipyard on a daily basis in greater numbers. Considering the increase of bombing raids from mid 1943, which then became almost daily: Blohm+Voss built 171 units of the Type VII C alone. And even after hundreds of fire and explosive bomb

  • imposed a hidden tax on world trade, costing the global economy around $18 billion annually – not to mention some 3,741 crewmembers captured during pirate raids. 50% of the world’s oil travels through seven major sea chokepoints and fear of a closure alone could trigger a significant oil price spike. In addition

  • , water jet propulsion, for the US Marine Corps and the SEAL teams. These units needed multi-fuel engines to power their fleets of Zodiac F470 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft, operating from ships and aircraft in harsh environments. The Evinrude MFE engines can be submerged and are designed to run on kerosene, aviation

  • attacks prior to the horrific events of September 11, 2001. Once it became apparent that there were fringe groups willing and able to launch raids on previously immune targets, the goal became one of reducing the risk to which various important elements of the national and international economic

  • currently regard as historic fact. The fate of the fifth midget remains a mystery. She could have escaped during the confusion in the heat of the air raid or "crabbed" under the torpedo nets at nightfall and made it to open sea. In the evening hours of December 8, the mother sub 1-16 received a message

  • and maneuverability •    Inventing a cold-rolling process to save on steel. “Kaiser Coffins” One thing they couldn’t improve much on was the ship’s raid roll motion, which crew discomfort aside, created instability and stress on the hull. “They were terrible to sail in; it wallowed in heavy seas,” says

  • MN Dec-15#35  bow-mount-
In?  atable Combat Raiding Craft), and over six-hundred)
    December 2015 - Marine News page: 35

    architect Bill Pres- contract is for over eight–hundred Wing P4.7 (7-Person ton. The design utilizes the weight of a single bow-mount- In? atable Combat Raiding Craft), and over six-hundred ed diesel engine and an extremely sharp forward entry to Wing P5.8 (15-Person In? atable Combat Assault Craft), slice

  • MP Q4-14#20  abducted for ransom. A similar raid  followed on 18 September)
    Q4 2014 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 20

    month period thereafter. However, on 14 August pirates boarded a sup- port vessel south of Brass and two crewmem- bers were abducted for ransom. A similar raid followed on 18 September when pirates kid- napped Þ ve seafarers from another vessel. As is nearly always the case, both incidents occurred after

  • MN Jul-14#42  of Zodiac F470 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft,  operating from)
    July 2014 - Marine News page: 42

    jet propulsion, for the US Marine Corps and the SEAL teams. These units needed multi-fuel engines to power their ß eets of Zodiac F470 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft, operating from ships and aircraft in harsh environments. The Evinrude MFE engines can be submerged and are designed to run on kerosene

  • MT Jun-14#24  2, 2014.
Divers Guilty 
of Raiding Historic Shipwrecks
24)
    June 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    Huzzey used explosives and sophisticated cutting equipment to free wreck material. Sentencing has been scheduled for July 2, 2014. Divers Guilty of Raiding Historic Shipwrecks 24 MTR June 2014 MTR #5 (18-33).indd 24 6/9/2014 10:19:07 AM

  • MT May-14#51  BAS Rapid Access Isotope Drill (RAID) which is able to complete)
    May 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    supply of an ice core drilling winch so- lution to British Antarctic Survey (BAS). The winch will be used to deploy the new BAS Rapid Access Isotope Drill (RAID) which is able to complete a complete 600 m drilling cycle in one week, before being redeployed at the next drilling location. The drill will collect

  • MR May-14#37  
helped to fend off German air raids on 
London and Paris)
    May 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    unheard of brilliance equal to that of a billion candles. It was used as a search- light by both the Army and Navy, and helped to fend off German air raids on London and Paris. In the midst of all that activity Naval Secretary Josephus Daniels launched the Naval Consulting Board in 1915 with the

  • MR Dec-81#37  demolition, coastal 
raids, landing and evacuation)
    December 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    the Navy's SEAL (sea, air, land) teams, the naval equivalent of the Army's Green Berets. SEAL teams are experts in underwater demolition, coastal raids, landing and evacuation of commandos, and similar warfare operations. Constructed of fiberglass, these vessels are powered by a pair of Detroit

  • MR Apr-00#20  in concert with the 
air raid, to sink capital ships)
    April 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    mother subs less than 10 miles outside of Pearl Harbor. They were the Advance Force planned to enter the harbor and attack in concert with the air raid, to sink capital ships and to block the narrow harbor entrance (fig- ure. 1). The narrow entrance channel of Pearl Harbor was blasted out of coral

  • MR Jul-02#5  system for 
Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC). 
The)
    July 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    System For CRRC Zodiac unveiled Armorflate (patent pending), a system it is touted as the world's first bullet-resistant system for Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC). The innovative product, undoubtedly created to fulfill the burgeoning need for combat and security craft in the wake of previous

  • MR Jan-03#22  willing 
and able to launch raids on previously immune targets)
    January 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    attacks prior to the horrific events of September 11, 2001. Once it became apparent that there were fringe groups willing and able to launch raids on previously immune targets, the goal became one of reducing the risk to which var- ious important elements of the national and interna- tional

  • MR Mar-03#42  a long-range 
combat rubber raiding craft (LR-
CRRC). The)
    March 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    www.zodiac.com Zodiac's new Ribster 530 Light Strike Craft (LSC) amplifies the advantages of past designs to become a long-range combat rubber raiding craft (LR- CRRC). The Ribster, a military folding rigid-inflatable boat (RIB), iis also suit- able for local law enforcement agencies seeking

  • MR Feb-04#6  took part in the 
Doolittle raid on Tokyo. He took command)
    February 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    1892 in Elizabeth, N.J. He earned a Navy Cross for his service in WW I. Early in WW II, Halsey's carrier task force took part in the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. He took command in the South Pacific in October 1942 at a critical stage of the Guadalcanal Campaign. Halsey took command of the Third

  • MR Jan-14#35  much 
on was the ship’s raid roll motion, which 
crew)
    January 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    and maneuverability • Inventing a cold-rolling process to save on steel. “Kaiser Coffi ns” One thing they couldn’t improve much on was the ship’s raid roll motion, which crew discomfort aside, created instabil- ity and stress on the hull. “They were terrible to sail in; it wallowed in heavy seas

  • MT Sep-13#87  with the reliability of a RAID array and solid state storage)
    September 2013 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 87

    for subsea marine applications. Ac- cording to the manufacturer, the unit combines the ease of use of Network Attached Storage with the reliability of a RAID array and solid state storage all in one compact unit. AUVs today are intelligence, surveillance and reconnais- sance platforms that gather enormous

  • MR Aug-13#24  captured during pi-rate raids. 50% of the world?s oil)
    August 2013 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    imposed a hidden tax on world trade, costing the global economy around $18 billion annually ? not to mention some 3,741 crewmembers captured during pi-rate raids. 50% of the world?s oil travels through seven major sea chokepoints and fear of a closure alone could trigger a signiÞ cant oil price spike. In addition

  • MR May-13#53  of polyurethane Combat Rigid Raiding Craft (CRRC) to include)
    May 2013 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    anticipate an increase of commercial and government boats for the 2014 model year.? Wing In ß atables is expanding its series of polyurethane Combat Rigid Raiding Craft (CRRC) to include a 5.8m model. This newest addition to the series also features Wing?s patent pending hull design that creates hydrodynamic

  • MR Feb-2-10#41  supplies, data
switches and (RAID) data storage and is
completed)
    February 2, 2010 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    as newly build vessels. The system consists of an autonomous ‘single-cabinet’ server with integrated interruptible power supplies, data switches and (RAID) data storage and is completed with low-cost thin-clients re- placing PC’s throughout the vessel. A standardized modular approach serves to unify

  • MN Jun-12#35  and port projects and are not raided for other uses.? The)
    June 2012 - Marine News page: 35

    bill are being encouraged to include RAMP Act provisions and to require that funds in the HMTF be used fordredging and port projects and are not raided for other uses.? The RAMP Act was introduced by U.S. Congressman Charles Boustany of Louisiana in January 2011. RAMP is short for Realizing America's

  • MR Apr-12#81  design is based on the Offshore Raiding Craft from Holyhead)
    April 2012 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 81

    Ltd., UK for effective operation in port and coastal waters, including shallow areas throughout the world. The parent design is based on the Offshore Raiding Craft from Holyhead Marine, UK for the UK Royal Marines. Missions for the Patrol 28 include search and rescue, border patrol and mar- itime security

  • MR Oct-11#18  Seas in favour of daring raids near major shipping hubs)
    October 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    have been attacked in the Southern Red Sea. Further east, pirates were also changingtheir MO, choosing to avoid the rough Arabian Seas in favour of daring raids near major shipping hubs. The successful hijacking of the chemi-cal tanker, Fairchem Bogey 7, on August 20, illustrates how pirates have altered tactics

  • MR Aug-11#47 , utilize a number of merchantraiders ? Q ships.  One such)
    August 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    the battleship Kronprinz Wilhelm. After the Battle of Jutland, Germany de- ployed very few surface warships. It did, though, utilize a number of merchantraiders ? Q ships. One such ship was the converted three-masted sailing ship Pass of Balmaha. Two 105 mm guns were hid- den behind hinged gunwales. The

  • MT Nov-10#55 . The
unit offers solid state RAID storage and fully programmable)
    November 2010 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    demand for information on aquatic animal’s temporal behavior and distribution over time drove development of the DT-X SUB. The unit offers solid state RAID storage and fully programmable duty cycle and echosounder configuration. Email: emunday@ biosonicsinc.com Concept drawing of DT-X SUB shown deployed

  • MT Mar-07#49  Systems.
Hyper-Blade Servers, RAID Systems, High-per-
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    March 2007 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 49

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