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SNAME Los Angeles Holds First Meeting, Discusses Low Power Marine Steam Cycle

The first meeting of the 1981- 1982 season of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held recently aboard the Princess Louise in the Port of Los Angeles. George Stiehl, incoming chairman of the Section,

 

The Littoral Combat Ship: Force Multiplier for the 21st Century

The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) is a new ship design concept being considered to combat emerging threats in the littoral. It will be a relatively small, focused-mission combat ship that will revolutionize the way the U.S. Navy builds and fights ships.

Shipping Research Services Announces New Appointments

Shipping Research Services Inc., 205 South Whiting Street, Alexandria, Va. 22304, has announced the appointment of Antonio Manchinu as general manager and treasurer of its U.S.-based office in Alexandria, Va. Mr. Manchinu was recently transferred from Shipping Research Services A/S in Oslo,

Construction Of Two RAN Minehunters Progressing At Carrington Slipways

Earlier this year, after intensive design investigation and development, the Commonwealth of Australia Department of Defense placed a contract with Carrington Slipways Pty Ltd. for the construction of two prototype catamaran minehunters for the Royal Australian Navy.

Improving Shipbuilding Productivity

The National Shipbuilding Research Program Was Developed By The Maritime Administration And The Society Of Naval Architects And Marine Engineers To Serve All U.S. Shipbuilders. The singular characteristic of the National Shipbuilding Research Program

First Phase Of New Keppel Subsidiary, Tuas Shipyard, To Cost $70 Million —A Number Of Key Appointments Made

Over the last three years, the volume of ship repair work handled 'by Keppel Shipyard (Private) Ltd., Singapore, has more than doubled, and the point has now been reached when investment in new facilities is essential if the company is to continue to grow.

Japanese Shipbuilders Association Elects Dr. Shinto President

The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan recently elected new managing directors. Dr. Hisashi Shinto, president of IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), became president of the Association, while Gakuji Moriya, president of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Retired Radm. Foley to Lead Gulfport Facility

Retired Rear Adm. John B. "Jay" Foley III, USN, one of the U.S. Navy's outstanding leaders during a 33-year career, has been named vice president of Northrop Grumman's shipbuilding operations in Gulfport, Miss. Foley, who recently retired from the Navy as commander, Naval Surface Force, U.

New England's Fall Foliage Is Setting For SNAME 2002

This year's SNAME Annual Meeting and International Maritime Exposition blends the big city atmosphere of Boston's diverse culture and history with New England maritime history. The event will he held at the West in Copley Place in Boston from Tuesday.

Omnithruster Waterjets Offer Maneuverability In Polar Regions

—Literature Available Omnithruster bow and stern thrusters installed aboard one of the Soviet Union's newest research vessels are providing excellent are ice management and maneuverability, according to the Santa Fe, California- based company.

 
 
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