Friday, August 15, 2008 Maritime News

Coast Guard Responds to Freighter Aground

Aug 15, 2008

Coast Guard Sector personnel are responding to a St. Vincent and Grenadines flagged cargo freighter aground at the entrance of Government Cut in Wednesday. The 279 ft.

New Humanitarian Use for Government Ships

Aug 15, 2008

The Maritime Administration has signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense’s United States Transportation Command to use National Defense Reserve Fleet ships,

ONR Science and Technology Partnership Conference Draws 1,300

Aug 15, 2008

By Peter Vietti, Office of Naval Research Public Affairs The Office of Naval Research (ONR) announced Aug. 12 that more than 1,300 science and technology (S&T)

This Day in Naval History - Aug. 15

Aug 15, 2008

From the Navy News Service 1845 - The U.S. Naval Academy is established at , , on former site of . 1895 - Commissioning of USS Texas, the first American steel-hulled battleship.

Horizon Lines Completes Firefighting Exercise in Guam

Aug 15, 2008

Horizon Lines has completed a containership fire-fighting exercise in Guam in cooperation with the Guam Fire Department, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Port Authority

Kongsberg and Zhenjiang Form New JV

Aug 15, 2008

  Kongsberg Maritime has formed a new joint venture with the Chinese company Zhenjiang Marine Electrical Appliances. The new company, Kongsberg Maritime China Zhenjiang Ltd.

Sperry Marine Gets Contract

Aug 15, 2008

The U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a contract to Northrop Grumman Corporation  to supply integrated bridge systems (IBS) for three U.S. Navy cruisers.

Levine Joins Globe Wireless

Aug 15, 2008

Globe Wireless announced that Steve Levine has joined as Director of Sales, . As his first task, Steve will assist Globe Wireless with the opening of its 15th international

Houston Gets Second TWIC Enrollment Site

Aug 15, 2008

Port and longshore workers, truckers and others who require unescorted access to the are now able to enroll for the Department of Homeland Security's Transportation

KMBT Sentenced for Pollution

Aug 15, 2008

Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals Incorporated (KMBT) was sentenced for a felony violation of federal ocean protection laws. The court sentenced KMBT to pay a total penalty of $240,000.

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