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Today in U.S. Naval history - May 17
1940 - FDR announces plans to recommission 35 more destroyers
1942 - USS Tautog (SS-199) sinks Japanese sub, I-28; while
Omega introduced its new Thermistor Probes with M12 Connections, to be featured at the Sensors Expo and Conference.
The TH-21 Series thermistor probes are constructed
Huntington Ingalls Industries' (HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division authenticated the keel of the company's fifth U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter, James (WMSL 754).
Omega introduced compensated M12 thermocouple connectors, to be featured at Sensors Expo and Conference.
The M12-FM series is a new Omega connector that will ensure accuracy for your applications.
After teaching electrical safety for many years, one tends to understand the regulations, and the standards more than the average safety professional. We live them most every day.
I propose that the Legislative, Executive, Judicial Branches of the federal government should cooperatively work toward the rebuilding of the presumption in favor
Steamship Mutual released interim financial results for the year ending February 20, 2013.
As with all international group clubs, underwriting performance for the year ended February 20,
The U.S. Coast Guard awarded a fixed‐price incentive firm target contract valued at approximately $487.1 million to Huntington Ingalls Industries for the production
Most people who encounter the Coast Guard near shore will get a good look at a Response Boat-Small (RB-S). With more than 400 boats in operation, the RB-S is the
The Australian Department of Defense released a request for tender to CEA Technologies for the development of a High Power Phased Array Radar concept demonstrator.
A new interactive display on Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas (PSSA) has been launched at IMO Headquarters and online at www.pssa.imo.org.
A PSSA is an area
Member states of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) agreed on a Resolution on technology cooperation, which was delaying the implementation of standards
Wireless communications in the subsea environment continue to deliver value to the oil and gas industry. The Subsea Wireless Group (SWiG) is an international industry
All are welcome to visit the Tanker Mary A. Whalen on Pier 11, Atlantic Basin, Red Hook, Brooklyn on Tuesday, May 21.
Our short stay in Atlantic Basin, in Red
”We have responded to increasing demand from our customers for wider availability of our Cyltech 80 AW cylinder oil by expanding the supply network from five to 35 ports in key regions,
American Sensor Technologies, Inc. (AST) released the AST46DS Explosion-Proof Pressure Transducer with Display with pressures from 1 to 20,000 PSI available.
Two key promotions to the management team at Saab Seaeye come as the underwater vehicles company expands its engineering and its customer support capabilities.
The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index continued its downward trend in May as it fell for the second consecutive month.
Compiled by Transport Intelligence, the overall index,
Shipments of coal on the Great Lakes totaled 2.2 million tons in April, a virtual tie with a year ago. The trade was 19 percent below the month’s five-year average, however.
Nearly 250 first responders participated in a National Preparedness Response Exercise Program in Los Angeles including U.S. Coast Guard, Chevron, California Department