Moore Honored by SNAME

Friday, November 04, 2005
Arnold P. Moore, engineering vice president at Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Ship Systems sector, has received the prestigious 2005 William M. Kennedy Award from the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME). The award honors Moore’s outstanding service and contribution in the development of systems and planning for shipbuilding and ship repair. The award was presented to Moore at SNAME’s World Maritime Technology Exposition in Houston. “Our company is fortunate to have someone with the expertise, ingenuity and impeccable leadership skills of Arnie Moore, planning and developing the shipbuilding platforms that will define the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard’s future capabilities,” said Philip Teel, president of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. “Arnie’s ability to manage extensive engineering resources across several different ship classes is a testament to his extensive knowledge of marine engineering and naval architecture. We join SNAME in congratulating him on his career achievements.”
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