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Fleet Oiler Construction At Penn Ship Adds To Beginning Of A New Era

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,

 

Bigger, Bigger . . . Bigger

The world today is filled with contradictions. In the context of this timely Super Ocean Carrier Conference, many of those paradoxes have a particular relevance. Instead of peace and tranquility, there is turmoil and confusion. Instead of confidence in traditional procedures, there is doubt.

CANADIAN MARITIME INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION'S 43RD ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

FEBRUARY 12-13, 1991, OTTAWA, CANADA Arrangements are being finalized for the Canadian Maritime Industries Association's 43rd Annual Technical Conference, which will be held at the Ottawa Congress Center and the Westin Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario,

OUTLOOK FOR THE $35-BILLION ANNUAL NAVY SHIPBUILDING MARKET

Technology Development To Be Given Added Emphasis Navy Shipbuilding Program Navy ship construction has been the major business driver for shipbuilders and ship systems manufacturers in this country over the past decade. This article deals specifically with

STATUS REPORT ON U.S. NAVY SHIP AND EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT

DOD Requests $100.3 Billion To Fund Navy Programs In FY91 The Department of Defense (DOD) has requested slightly more than $100 billion to fund Navy programs in FY 1991. The funding level is virtually the same as the amount approved for this year.

OFFSHORE DRILLING RIGS, SUPPORT VESSELS, NAVY SHIPS, INLAND BARGES, AND REPAIR WORK BRIGHTEN THE U.S. PICTURE

For the U.S. shipbuilding industry, the psychology of hope went full circle in 1980. Starting with the optimism of Congressional enactment of c o m p r e h e n s i ve "omnibus" maritime legislation in conjunction with an accelerated naval shipbuilding

 
 
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