Thursday, April 05, 2007 Maritime News

New York to Conduct Explosives Detection Test

Apr 05, 2007

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), in partnership with the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT), will begin testing advanced explosives

MOL Announces Shipbuilding Program

Apr 05, 2007

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced a major expansion of the company's iron ore carrier fleet, with a proposal to launch 44 new vessels. The move is part of MOL's

Panama Canal Authority Board Publishes Toll Proposal

Apr 05, 2007

Panama Canal Authority The Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has published its proposal to restructure the Panama Canal's pricing system and certain regulations.

Ribcraft Provides Boat Operator Training

Apr 05, 2007

Ribcraft will provide complimentary small boat operator training to professional customers who order a Ribcraft rescue RIB during the month of April. Rescue boat operations in rough seas,

Adm. Mullen Speaks with Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy Commander-in-Chief

Apr 05, 2007

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen speaks with Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy Commander-in-Chief Adm. Wu Shengli, after a Full Honors Ceremony at the Naval Museum in Washington,

USCG to Require Drydocking of Single Hull Tank Ships

Apr 05, 2007

The Coast Guard has decided (somewhat belatedly) to implement IMO Resolution MSC.105(73) by not allowing any US flag non-double hull tank ship 15 years and older

SAROPS Software Supports Coast Guard Rescue

Apr 05, 2007

Within months after beginning fielding with the U.S. Coast Guard, Search and Rescue Optimal Planning System (SAROPS) software developed by a Northrop Grumman

Shipyard Eyes Tighter Security

Apr 05, 2007

The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard plans to beef up security and wants more authority in dealing with suspicious activities in the waters surrounding the yard, but

Navy Official Warns on Cost Overruns

Apr 05, 2007

A senior Navy official is warning that rising costs in key programs such as Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics' next-generation surface combat ships could derail

This Day in Naval History - April 05

Apr 05, 2007

By the Navy News Service 1946 - USS Missouri (BB 63) arrives in Turkey to return the body of Turkish ambassador to the U.S. and to show U.S. support and willingness to defend Turkey.

CapRock Launches New Broadband Maritime Service

Apr 05, 2007

CapRock Communications on announced the launch of SeaAccess Communications, its new broadband maritime service providing always-on corporate networking and crew morale solutions to ships at sea.

MAN Diesel SE has Celebrates Delivery Milestone

Apr 05, 2007

Among total orders for over 140 of its type 58/64 heavy fuel engine sold to China in the past 6 years, the Augsburg works of MAN Diesel recently delivered the 100th example of its seven cylinder,

MCPON Web site Revamped and Ready

Apr 05, 2007

DirectLine, the Web site owned and operated by Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (SW/FMF) Joe R. Campa Jr., has undergone a six-month renovation project and is now open for viewing.

Military Sealift Command Ships Load Equipment Bound for Iraq

Apr 05, 2007

The first of three Military Sealift Command (MSC) ships set to carry Army cargo to Iraq this month began loading here April 3. The cargo belongs to the Third

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