Monday, June 11, 2007 Maritime News

Ship Loading Indiana Steel For Export to Spain

Jun 11, 2007

About 11,000 tons of Indiana-made steel will set sail for Spain. The Julietta arrived at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor and was being loaded with hot-rolled

U.S., Norway and Spain to Train Warships Together

Jun 11, 2007

According to the Ventura County Star, Naval Base Ventura County threw a party Saturday for visiting warships from Norway, Spain and a newly built U.S. destroyer.

ASA Forms Partnership with Coast Guard

Jun 11, 2007

The American Salvage Association (ASA) and the United States Coast Guard have executed the Marine Salvage and Firefighting Quality Partnership with a Memorandum

Moyer to Assist Severn Trent Management Services

Jun 11, 2007

Severn Trent Services has announced that Gary Moyer will work with Severn Trent Management Services in a full-time consulting capacity. In this role, Moyer will

ACP Releases Second Quarter Metrics

Jun 11, 2007

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) released second quarter (Q2) operational metrics today for fiscal year 2007. In Q2, there was an increase in net tonnage, total

Lockheed Martin MS2 Division Awarded Contracts

Jun 11, 2007

Lockheed Martin's MS2 Division of Syracuse, N.Y., is being awarded a $10.5m cost plus fixed fee (CPIF) contract for engineering support to the Navy's SQQ-89A(V)15 Undersea Warfare System.

INEC Call for Papers

Jun 11, 2007

The Call for Papers for the 9th International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition (INEC 2008 – April 1-3, 2008, Hamburg, Germany) has been published

Iridium Rolls out Satellite Fax Service

Jun 11, 2007

Iridium Satellite announced the commercial rollout of its new satellite fax solution, which will permit users to send and receive documents over the Iridium network

Cabrillo Port: Record of Decision Issued

Jun 11, 2007

On June 5, 2007, Maritime Administrator Sean T. Connaughton issued a Record of Decision (ROD) denying BHP Billiton’s application for a Deepwater Port license

Four U.S. Ships Participate in 2007 Portland Rose Festival

Jun 11, 2007

A Portland fireboat greets the guided-missile frigate USS Vandegrift (FFG 48) with red white and blue water streams as she passes under the Willamette River's Steel Bridge.

Carter Hall Conducts Coalition Operations in the Gulf of Aden

Jun 11, 2007

USS Carter Hall (LSD 50), Royal Fleet Auxiliary Fort Austin (A 386) and its embarked helicopter detachment 857th Royal Naval Air Squadron, and Federal German

Fowler Assumes Command of U.S. Naval Academy

Jun 11, 2007

Vice Adm. Jeffrey L. Fowler relieved Vice Adm. Rodney P. Rempt as Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy during a change of command ceremony held in Alumni Hall on June 8.

Mahan Participates in MIO Drill

Jun 11, 2007

USS Mahan (DDG72) participated in combined Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO) with the Russian frigate, RFS Neustrashimy (RFS 712), June 6 as part of the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2007.

Gates Recommends Mullen to Replace Pace as Chairman

Jun 11, 2007

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced June 8 that he will recommend that President Bush nominate Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen to replace Marine Gen.

Carnival Corp. Exercises Option for HAL Ship

Jun 11, 2007

Carnival Corporation & plc has exercised its option for a new 86,000-ton vessel for its Holland America Line brand. The new 2,100-passenger ship will be built

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