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Reagan Cuts an Imposing Path

From the USS Monitor to Theodore Roosevelt's "Great White" fleet to today's development of the Littoral Combat Ship, the U.S. Navy, its mission and its physical assets have undergone many complete metamorphoses over the country's 227-year history.

 

Team UMC Helps Navy Ship With Innovative VSP Switch

UMC International Pic recently supported the British Ministry of Defense (MoD) to successfully complete the afloat replacement of a 7.5-ton Voith Schneider Propulsor (VSP) unit, while the Royal Navy ship was operating over 3,000 miles from its UK base port.

Newport News Shipbuilding Delivers U.S. Navy Nuclear-Powered Cruiser

Newport News Shipbuilding has delivered the nuclear-powered, guided-missile cruiser Arkansas to the United States Navy. The Arkansas is the fourth Virginia Class cruiser built by the Virginia yard. Her keel was laid on January 17, 1977 and she was launched on October 21, 1978.

Drilling Rig Dry Transport Cuts 11,000-Mile Sailing Time In Half

The self-propelled, $82-million, drilling rig High Seas Driller, built by Daewoo Shipbuilding's Okpo facility, was transported to the North Sea by the Ferncarrier. The heavy transport ship was developed by JL Heavyweight Transport of Denmark and

Joseph Cangelosi Forms New Consulting Firm

Joseph Cangelosi, formerly chief estimator and general superintendent of Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Hoboken shipyard and most recently manger of Elliott S. Braswell's Hoboken and Bayonne shipyards, announced the formation of his own firm, Seacon.

Propeller Polishing Guide Offered By Lips Propellers

Lips Propellers, a leading manufacturer and repairer of ships propellers, has published a guide on the polishing and 'super' polishing of drydocked or submerged marine propellers. The guidelines insure the desired finish achieved and also defines what is meant by the term "super polish.

Polymer Alloy Extends Icebreaker's Propeller Shaft Bearing Life

Under severe Arctic operating conditions, a relatively new bearing material has outlasted traditional laminated-phenolic propeller shaft bearings by a ratio of about nine to one. The longer-lasting bearing was made from Thordon XL, an alloy of polymer and synthetic rubber,

N e w Book Accounts Histories of 500 Ships Built By Newport News

A new hardcover book, "Always Good Ships," takes a retrospective look at Newport News Shipbuilding, listing and describing the colorful histories of more than 500 ships built by the famous Virginia shipyard during its first century of operation.

MMS Receives Five Ship Contract From Oglebay Norton

Marine Management Systems (MMS), Inc., Stamford, Conn., recently received a contract to implement additional MMS ship management systems on-board five vessels operated by Oglebay Norton Company. The new shipboard condition monitoring and planned

Ingalls Begins Construction Of First SA'AR 5 Corvette

Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton In Pascagoula, Miss., has begun construction of its first SA'AR 5 corvette for the Government of Israel. Ingalls president Jerry St. Pe, as well as Adm. Micha Ram, Chief of Naval Operations, Israeli Navy,

 
 
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