Friday, August 24, 2001 Maritime News

Conrad Appoints New CEO, Announces 2Q Results

Aug 24, 2001

Conrad Industries, Inc. announced the appointment of Kenneth G. "Jerry" Myers, Jr. as president and CEO, effective Aug. 27, 2001. Myers has spent the past 21 years

Tugz Given Green Light To Enter FL Market

Aug 24, 2001

Tugz International L.L.C., an affiliate of the 101-year old The Great Lakes Towing Company, and a member of The Great Lakes Group, announced Tuesday that the Broward

NAVSEA Technicians Locate Lost Fishing Vessel

Aug 24, 2001

Technical specialists with NAVSEA's Naval Underwater Warfare Division, Keyport recently helped the U.S. Coast Guard to locate the sunken fishing vessel Arctic Rose

Nigerian Navy Destroys Pirate Boats

Aug 24, 2001

The Nigerian navy has taken a unique tactic to remove piracy from its wates, as it has reportedly began blowing up 11 boats worth $3.6 million as public punishment

Shipyard's Apprenticeship Program Offers First Grads Since 1993

Aug 24, 2001

On Friday, August 17, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard graduated its first Cooperative Apprenticeship Program (CAP) class since 1993, when the program was halted by the

Carderock Tests Novel Ship Wastewater Treatment System

Aug 24, 2001

Engineers in the Wastewater Management Branch at the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Carderock Division (NSWCCD) in Bethesda, Maryland assess, test and evaluate

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