MarineSafety International (MSI) is proud to be part of the U.S. Navy ROTC midshipmen summer training program, Coordinated Midshipmen Training (CORTRAMID). These young "Middies", coming from colleges and universities throughout the nation, usually participate in their first "hands on" shiphandling experience in the MSI ship handling simulators while attending their summer training. During these sessions with the MSI professional staff, the midshipmen get their first look at the exciting challenges and responsibilities awaiting them as watch officers in the U.S. Navy's modern warships.
ZF Marine announced a new partnership with Marine Systems Inc. (MSI) will be responsible for sales and service support of ZF Marine commercial craft products to the inland waterway region. David Santos, commercial craft product line manager for ZF Marine Propulsion Systems Miramar, LLC., said, “MSI’s central location in Paducah, KY puts it right in the heart of the Inland Waterways, making it a convenient product support point for our commercial craft customers in the region
Newport News Shipbuilding was notified by the Department of Defense (DOD) of its decision to recommend to the Department of Justice (DOJ) approval of the Northrop Grumman offer to acquire Newport News Shipbuilding and its decision to recommend not approving the merger agreement between Newport News Shipbuilding and General Dynamics. Newport News Shipbuilding was also notified that the DOJ has commenced legal proceedings to prevent the proposed merger between NNS and GD.
Northrop Grumman Newport News, Newport News, Va., is being awarded a $6m cost-plus-fixed-fee modification under previously awarded contract to exercise an option for FY 08 advance Extended Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (EDSRA) planning for USS Enterprise (CVN 65). Work will be performed in Newport News, Va., and is expected to be completed by February 2008. Contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year
Following is the full text of the letter submitted to William P. Fricks, Chairman and CEO of Newport News Shipbuilding, from Kent Kresa Chairman, President and CEO, Northrop Grumman Corporation, regarding the proposed takeover of Newport News Shipbuilding. Mr. William P. Fricks Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Newport News Shipbuilding Inc. 4101 Washington Avenue Newport News, VA23607-2770 Dear Bill,
Northrop Grumman Corporation announced that it received a contract award for dry docking work on the nuclear-powered submarine USS Minneapolis-St. Paul (SSN 708). The work will be performed at the Newport News sector in Newport News, Va. The contract, valued at approximately $23 million, will include replacement of the tail shaft, removal and overhaul of the main and auxiliary sea valves, inspection and repair of all external and
U.S. defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. on Thursday said it has extended its tender offer for the outstanding shares of Newport News Shipbuilding, after the Justice Department requested additional information about the takeover. Los Angeles-based Northrop said it extended its tender offer for Newport News, to July 5 at midnight EDT from the previous June 20 deadline. About 861,000 shares of Newport News common stock had been tendered as of midnight June 20, Northrop said.
Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Newport News sector has appointed David Reith to the position of controller. In this role, Reith has responsibility for internal systems and process controls for Newport News' accounting and operations finance functions. Reith will report to Linda Leukhardt, vice president of Business Management and chief financial officer for the Newport News sector. "Dave's considerable business and financial management experience will be a significant asset to the Newport
The Director of MarineSafety International's San Diego learning and research center, David Ramsey, recently conducted Bridge Resource Management and Train the Trainer courses for the instructors of Evergreen Marine's Seafarer Training Center. The training took place at the Training Center in Taoyuan, Taipei. Evergreen Marine, part of the Evergreen Group, operates 120 container ships, which call at ports worldwide. Approximately 2,000 mariners are employed on their ships
Northrop Grumman Newport News Corporation, Newport News, Va., is being awarded a $34,734,341 fixed-price incentive delivery order under previously awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N00024-04-D-4409) for the Depot Maintenance Period of USS Toledo (SSN 769). Northrop Grumman Newport News will perform advanced planning, design, documentation, engineering, procurement, fabrication and preliminary shipyard
Today in U.S. Naval History - March 5 1942 - Name "Seabees" and insignia officially authorized 1943 - USS Bogue begins first anti-submarine operations by escort carrier. 1960 - USS Newport News (CA-148) and personnel from Port Lyautey complete emergency relief operatons at Agadir
Huntington Ingalls Industries informs that its Newport News Shipbuilding division has received a US$1.295 billion extension to a previously awarded construction preparation contract for the aircraft carrier 'John F. Kennedy' (CVN 79). The contract extension enables Newport News to complete an
Huntington Ingalls Industries hosted commencement exercises for the company's Apprentice School at Newport News Shipbuilding. The graduation, held at the Liberty Baptist Church Worship Center in Hampton, celebrated 137 apprentices representing 18 trades and four advanced programs.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) has appointed Christopher Land to be its General Counsel and Vice President for Legal Affairs. Land assumes his post on March 3. As general counsel, Land will provide advice, opinions and representation on all areas of law affecting the
The Executive Control Board of the National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP) has selected four major research and development projects for award, as part of the program's continuing mission to reduce costs associated with U. S. shipbuilding and ship repair
Huntington Ingalls Industries informs it will host commencement exercises for The Apprentice School's graduating class of 2013. Danny Hunley, Newport News Shipbuilding's vice president of operations and Apprentice School graduate, will provide the keynote address on Saturday, 29, February 2014.
Fifty days on, the maximum bending moment for the chemical carrier Maritime Maisie exceeds estimated damage strength limits. The ship will be in danger of breaking up if subjected either to worsening weather or a long ocean tow Lloyd’s Register’s Ship Emergency Response Service
A fire-damaged tankship, 'Maritime Maisie' loaded with hazardous chemicals has become a maritime football in the north Pacific, with Japan and South Korea unwilling to give it refuge even though they risk a wider environmental disaster if it sinks, reports Reuters.
Today in U.S. Naval History: February 4 1779 - John Paul Jones takes command of Bonhomme Richard 1959 - Keel laying of USS Enterprise, first nuclear powered aircraft carrier, Newport News, Va. For more information about naval history
During the PVA Annual Convention at MariTrends 2014, held January 18-21 in Houston, members of the Passenger Vessel Association (PVA) elected Terri Bernstein, BB Riverboats Newport, Ky., as PVA President for 2014. Also elected to terms as PVA Officers for 2014 were: PVA Vice President:
Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) announce that its Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) division has opened a field office in Aiken, S.C., as part of its continuing efforts to expand the company's business in the Department of Energy and commercial energy markets.
U.S. Coast Guard air and boatcrews assisted three men after a 55-foot commercial fishing vessel allided with a jetty near Newport, Ore., Monday evening. The crew of the fishing vessel Eclipse contacted the Coast Guard via VHF-FM radio at 8:15 p.m
In 1912, following several financially difficult years for the New York Nautical School, America’s first Maritime Academy, founded 1874, the New York City Board of Education, the school's steward since its inception, had had enough and decided to throw in the towel
The 55,000 gt car carrier 'Gravity Highway', which was under construction in Hyundai Mipo Shipyard, collided with chemical tanker 'Maritime Maisie' while on sea trials some 9 nautical miles off Busan, reports Yonhap News Agency. The impact caused a fire on the tanker
Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) announced that its Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) division lent support to the community by participating in three area charitable events. Shipbuilders donated nearly 20,000 school supplies to benefit an estimated 1,000 area students