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Containership S/S Argonaut Launched For Farreil Lines By Bath Iron Works

The highly automated containership S / S Argonaut was launched at Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine, on schedule October 14, for Farreil Lines Incorporated, New York City. Mrs. Marcia Farreil Murray Cavanagh, Southampton, Long Island, N.

 

Texaco VLCC Officers First In U.S. To Use Shiphandling Simulator

A computerized shiphandling simulator to train deck officers of supertankers and other ships began operations in February at LaGuardia Airport's Marine Air Terminal, New York City, with a group of marine officers of Texaco Inc. and subsidiary companies.

Captain Grabb Appointed ASNE Technical Director

Capt. James E. Grabb, USCG (ret.) has assumed the position of technical director on the staff of the American Society of Naval Engineers, in Alexandria, Va. This new position was created to provide the leadership necessary to implement the technical

Promet Launches Its Biggest Jackup For Offshore Company

The recent christening of Offshore Jupiter (shown above) was of great significance to Promet, as this is the largest rig christened to date at its yard in Jurong, Singapore. The ceremony was performed by Mrs. Audrey Richardson, wife of George T.

Tom Bunyan, Inventor Of 'Pilgrim' Products Marketed By Mapeco, Honored By Queen Elizabeth

In recognition of his contribution to engineering, Tom Bunyan was recently presented with the civil honor, "Officer of the Order of the British Empire," by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Mr. Bunyan is the inventor of commercially available products,

L a r i m e r N a m e d Chief E n g i n e e r i n g P l a n n i n g/ C o n t r o l M a r i n e t t e M a r i ne

Ralph Larimer has been named chief, engineering planning and control of all MMC engineering operations and supervision of project engineering functions. Mr. Larimer joined MMC in 1975 after completing active duty as a nuclear power qualified officer aboard the USS Grayling (SSN646).

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.

SNAME Announces 1983 Committee Chairmen

C.L. French, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, recently announced the society's committee chairmen for 1983. STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES Advisory Public Service Committee — Donald P. Courtsal, treasurer, Dravo Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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.

 
 
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