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ABB gives shipowners a boost in digitization

Written by Logbook staff Image: ABB To meet growing market demand for direct entry into digitization, ABB has launched a new solution for collecting and recording vessel performance data on board. The new ABB Ability OneBox marine signal monitoring solution transfers signals from onboard sensors to a cloud infrastructure for shipowner access and analysis. Better […]

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RIX focuses on on-demand hydrogen on board ships – Marine Log

Written by Nick blenkey Combined with PEM fuel cells, M2H2 systems are designed to produce energy without NOx, SOx or particles. Benicia. RIX Industries, headquartered in California, sees on-demand hydrogen on board ships key to creating decarbonization momentum for the marine industry – and it’s taking that message to next month’s international WorkBoat Show . […]

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“Inter-agency collaboration is the key to sustainable resolution of maritime accidents”

Eromosele Abiodun The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Bashir Jamoh, said interagency collaboration is essential to the lasting resolution of the problem of accidents in Nigerian waterways, which has resulted in loss of life and property. Jamoh made this claim during an awareness forum in Lagos organized by […]

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Inter-agency collaboration is the key to the solution – NIMASA DG –

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Bashir Jamoh, said interagency collaboration was essential to the lasting resolution of the problem of accidents in Nigerian waterways, which has resulted in preventable loss of life and property. Jamoh made this claim during an awareness forum in Lagos organized by NIMASA […]

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Marine Engineering Training Course at Cochin Shipyard: Apply by November 30 | Cochin Shipyard | Marine Engineering Training Course | Cochin Shipyard Course

Cochin Shipyard Limited, an Indian government company, has issued a call for applications for admission to the 12-month Maritime Engineering Graduate Training (GME) course starting January 1, 2022. The course is approved by the Director General of Navigation, Ministry of Ports, Navigation and Waterways, Government of India. After successfully completing this course and 6 months […]

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Marine Corps relies on CMOSS and SOSA open systems standards for infantry, vehicles and command posts

QUANTICO, Virginia – US Marine Corps electronic systems integrators study the industry to find companies capable of designing and building circuit boards, chassis and enclosures, as well as electronic subsystems that align with standards. open CMOSS and SOSA systems for a wide variety of future combat applications. Officials from Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico […]

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Shell Marine transforms LubeMonitor for the digital age

Press release – Shell Marine has rolled out a suite of exciting enhancements to its LubeMonitor service, to go beyond all other traditional ‘cylinder condition monitoring’ programs and position itself as the go-to place for everyone your motor monitoring needs. By displaying a wider range of technical and operational information, Shell LubeMonitor enables users to […]

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Production of Blue Diesel from marine plastics with hydrothermal liquefaction

Plastic waste in the oceans is a significant problem that will require innovative solutions to tackle. A research article published by PNAS demonstrated the feasibility of creating fuel from the collected waste, which will significantly improve the entire process of plastic waste disposal. To study: Thermodynamic feasibility of the on-board conversion of marine plastics to […]

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ITF: Midshipman X case highlights need for industry-wide action

Written by Nick blenkey “It is all too common an experience that too many female seafarers suffer from harassment and intimidation,” says Lena Dyring, female transport workers representative in the ITF Seafarers Section. [Photo: Leo Erdfelt, WMU] The rape and sexual assault revelations made by the US Merchant Marine Academy cadet, now known as “Midshipman […]

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US Marine Corps rebuffs report Royal Marines ‘dominated’ in training exercise

During a Marine Corps exercise at Twentynine Palms, the Daily Telegraph reported that the United States Marine Corps requested a ‘reset’ after the British defeated them halfway through a mock battle five-day trip to Twentynine Palms. The publication wrote that the Royal Marines 40 Commando “towered over” the US troops and forced them into a […]

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ITF says Merchant Navy Academy sexual assault case shows urgent need to make shipping safe for women

International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) says recent report of sexual assault by US Merchant Marine Academy cadet while at sea training shames shipping industry and underscores urgent need take action to eliminate violence in the workplace. The case, known as Midshipman X in some circles, has garnered a lot of attention and scrutiny in the […]

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Container Ship MV ZIM Kingston Misadventures Highlight Risks of Shipping Traffic Off Ecologically Sensitive Coast of British Columbia

Ships work to bring down a fire aboard the MV Zim Kingston about five miles from shore in Victoria, British Columbia on October 24, 2021.CHAD HIPOLITO / Document The MV Zim Kingston, bound for the Port of Vancouver, arrived just outside the Strait of Juan de Fuca last Thursday after crossing the Pacific laden with […]

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A maritime ambulance system based on “108” ambulances must be implemented, according to the Minister of Fisheries

Government of Kerala to assume 100% of cost of insurance coverage for traditional fishing vessels THIRUVANANTHAPURAM The state government plans to launch a high-speed maritime ambulance system modeled on the “108” ambulances to ensure rapid response in the event of an accident involving fishing vessels, the fisheries minister said on Friday. Saji Cherian at the […]

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Tug vessel steering failure triggers safety alert

Written by Logbook staff The Coast Guard’s Bureau of Investigation and Analysis issued Marine Safety Alert 06-21 to notify mariners of a potentially hazardous situation involving poorly machined threads that could result in steering cylinder failure. According to the safety alert, an inspected towing vessel recently suffered a reduction in steering when the port hydraulic […]

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Thieves strike Royal Canadian Navy search and rescue station in Nanaimo

Thieves have targeted another volunteer-run nonprofit in Nanaimo. The victim this time is Royal Canadian Navy Search and Rescue Station 27 and they turn to the community to help them find the culprits and recover what was stolen. “I was absolutely devastated,” said Debby Thomson, director of boating safety for RCM SAR Station 27. The […]

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New Eastern Shipbuilding C5ISR production facility supports OPC construction

Written by Nick blenkey Joey D’Isernia, President of Eastern Shipbuilding Group cuts the ribbon to inaugurate the new C5ISR production plant, Eastern Shipbuilding Group commissioned a new C5ISR (Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) production facility this week at its Allanton, Florida shipyard. The new dedicated shore-based facility is specifically tailored to […]

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A small Australian boat with an American communication module in tests for an urgent need for the Marine Corps

WASHINGTON – The mashup of a small, security-designed Australian boat and an American suite of sensors and communications that helped Marines secure Kabul airport during the August evacuation could help fill a gap capability gap as the US Marine Corps plans to divide operations into the Pacific. Australian company Whiskey Project is showcasing its Multi-Mission […]

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Senator Cantwell requests information from MARAD regarding Merchant Marine Academy sexual assault and harassment

US Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), in her capacity as chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, sent a letter to Acting Maritime Administrator Lucinda Lesley requesting information on the investigations into allegations of sexual assault, rape and sexual harassment by wannabes at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New […]

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United States Marine Corps Archives – Page 229 of 233

Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) (Research, Development, and Acquisition (RDA), currently leads the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs under the Department of the Department’s most fiscally austere budget. Defense of recent memory. He has led the GDR since 2008 and has overseen some of the Navy’s most complex shipbuilding programs. […]

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ARC Develops AI/ML Maintenance Platform for US Marine Corps Under SBIR Phase III Contract

Arms Research Society (ARC) will develop a predictive maintenance platform for crew-served weapons for the United States Marine Corps under the company’s recently awarded five-year contract, $60 million SBIR Phase III contract. The SBIR Phase III contract with the Department of Defense and General Services Administration enables the ARC to develop systems in support of […]

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Planning a life at sea

Some of us hear the call of the sea from an early age. It’s a romantic idea, to go out to sea for a life of adventure, to visit exotic ports of call. Who is attracted to the life of a sailor? A few stereotypes come to mind: a tough, independent lone wolf with a […]

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Merchant sea cadet says on website she was sexually assaulted on board ship during maritime year

A US Merchant Marine Academy cadet claimed on a maritime whistleblower website that she was sexually assaulted during her Sea Year training by an engineering supervisor 40 years her senior while on board. ‘a commercial vessel in the Middle East. The allegation was shared last week on the website of Maritime Legal Aid & Advocacy, […]

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Merchant Navy cadet says on her website that she was sexually assaulted on a ship during the Year of the Sea

A US Merchant Marine Academy cadet has alleged on a maritime whistleblower website that she was sexually assaulted during her Sea Year training by an engineering supervisor 40 years her senior while she was at aboard a commercial vessel in the Middle East. The allegation was share last week on the website of Maritime Legal […]

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United States Merchant Marine Academy faces serious allegations of sexual assault in Cadet Maritime Year

The US Department of Transportation and Maritime Administration is seriously examining an anonymous online report from a US Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) cadet who claims he was sexually assaulted during his Sea Year training, while offering “unwavering support” to the victim. and others who have been sexually assaulted and harassed at the Federal Service Academy […]

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United States Marine Corps Archives – Page 228 of 232

Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) (Research, Development and Acquisition (RDA), currently leads the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs under the Department of the Department’s most fiscally austere budget. Defense of recent memory. He has led the GDR since 2008 and has overseen some of the Navy’s most complex shipbuilding programs. […]

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GE Charters Acta Marine’s SOV for French offshore wind power

Offshore wind turbine maker GE Renewable Energy has chartered Acta Marine’s service vessel Acta Auriga for commissioning activities for 80 Haliade 150-6MW turbines at the Saint-Nazaire offshore wind farm in France. The vessel will begin operating for GE Renewable Energy in the second quarter of 2022, when installation of the offshore wind turbine is expected […]

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Kaman unveils medium transport drone to replenish distributed Marine Corps forces

WASHINGTON – Kaman this week unveils an unmanned medium-lift quadcopter designed to solve the biggest challenge in the Marine Corps Forward Expeditionary Basic Concept of Operations: the resupply of small units of Marines scattered around island chains. Kaman’s KARGO unmanned aerial vehicle has been designed from the ground up over the past nine months to […]

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Evergreen Marine renews 22-year LTSSP contract with Kongsberg Digital for a new decade

Kongsberg Digital (KDI) is pleased to announce that its well-established Long Term System Support Program (LTSSP) contract with Evergreen Marine Corporation has been renewed for 10 years. Taiwan’s leading shipping company, one of the largest of its kind in the world, has been using KONGSBERG simulators for crew training for over 20 years, with the […]

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BAE Systems to arm Marine ACV armored fighting vehicle with 30 millimeter cannon to bolster amphibious assault

QUANTICO, Virginia – US Marine Corps amphibious warfare experts ask BAE Systems to design a high-fire version of the Amphibious Fighting Vehicle (ACV) armed with a 30-millimeter gun as part of an order for 27, $ 8 million announced Friday. Officials from Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico Marine Base, Va., Direct BAE Systems Platforms […]

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Evergreen Marine renews its LTSSP contract with Kongsberg

Along with the support program, Evergreen Marine Corporation will benefit from a complete upgrade to its simulator suite which, among other things, includes fully equipped K-Sim engine simulators for high-quality training of marine engineers (Photo: Kongsberg Digital) Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has announced that its Long Term System Support Program (LTSSP) contract with Evergreen Marine Corporation […]

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Marine design: multi-physics simulation (MPS) and

Chris Wiernicki, CEO of ABS, discusses the evolution of multi-physics simulation and its importance in meeting decarbonization targets by 2050. As the pace of technological change accelerates, shipowners are increasingly forced to embrace change to ensure their fleets stay in compliance with new regulations and avoid obsolescence. In the future, efficient and cost-effective delivery of […]

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U.S. Navy Commander’s visit highlights cooperation and partnership with AFP

The commander of the United States Marine Corps was in the country for two days over the weekend where he stressed the importance of the United States-Philippine alliance and discussed the commitments with local military officials. General David Berger met with Philippine Armed Forces (AFP) Vice Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Erickson Gloria, Navy Chief, […]

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What would your local marine rescue organization do

The Canadian Victoria Marine Rescue Society (VMRS) plans to establish a new home, build an all-electric rescue vessel, and more with the help of a five-year $ 100,000 sponsorship from global software developer SSI shipbuilding. Victoria Marine Rescue Society (VMRS) is a voluntary organization behind the Royal Canadian Marine Search & Rescue Station 35, based […]

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How is the increase in maritime accidents contributing to the growth of the autonomous vessels market?

Autonomous Vessels Market Report 2021: Growth and Change in COVID-19 The Business Research Company Global Autonomous Vessels Market Report 2021 – COVID-19 Growth and Change LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, September 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Rising maritime accidents caused by human error are leading to high financial losses which are expected to be a major driver […]

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How the increase in maritime accidents contributes to the…

(MENAFN-EIN Presswire) Autonomous Vessels Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth and Change The Business Research Company Global Autonomous Vessels Market Report 2021 – COVID-19 Growth And Change LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, Sept. 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rising maritime accidents caused by human error are leading to high financial losses that are expected to be a […]

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Mackay Marine is the new global Iridium GMDSS service provider partner

Posted on Sep 8, 2021 3:49 PM by The maritime executive [By: Mackay Communications] Global supplier of marine electronics and satellite communications, Mackay Communications, Inc., dba Mackay Marine, is proud to announce that it has joined the selected cadre of global service providers Iridium GMDSS for the new Global Maritime Distress service and Safety System (GMDSS) […]

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E1 Marine appoints Klarup Commercial Director

Hydrogen methanol generation technology company e1 Marine has announced the appointment of Maite Klarup as Commercial Director. Called to lead the implementation of e1 Marine’s business strategy, Klarup brings to this role more than 20 years of leadership experience gained at BIMCO, THOME Group, Nordana and WISTA in the shipping markets in North America. and […]

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NAG Marine celebrates first steel cup ceremony for aircraft carrier Doris Miller (CVN 81)

Norfolk, Virginia, August 28, 2021 – (PR.com) – Local company NAG Marine today celebrated the first steel cut ceremony for the newest nuclear powered aircraft carrier, Doris Miller (CVN 81). The ceremonial cup took place at Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia, the location of the ship’s construction, but parts of the ship are being made […]

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Marine Advanced Robotics and Planck Aerosystems launch the sUAS-USV alliance

A strategic alliance between Marine Advanced Robotics and Planck Aerosystems will seek to support a wide range of advanced maritime missions through a combination of an integrated system of unmanned aircraft and surface vessels, Hydro International reported on Tuesday. Planck Aerosystems ‘sUAS team and Marine Advanced Robotics’ Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel technology can be used […]

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Callan Marine hires Dearing as Director of Engineering

Galveston, Texas-based dredging contractor Callan Marine has announced that it has hired Chris Dearing as the new director of engineering. Dearing brings extensive experience in the development and management of production and field engineering programs in some of the country’s leading dredging companies. In his new role at Callan Marine, he will lead the development […]

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Poland preselects Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems for Miecznik project

The MEKO 200 is a versatile frigate designed for export markets. (Photo: thyssenkrupp Marine Systems) ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems has been selected to potentially supply the Polish Navy with Meko frigates. ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems has been shortlisted to prepare a design concept and feasibility study for the Polish Navy. This happened as part of the Miecznik […]

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Raytheon JPALS Proposed for Maritime Expeditionary Use

CJ Jaynes of Raytheon discusses the Joint Precision Aircraft Landing System at Sea-Air-Space 2021. SOLAR PHOTOGRAPHY NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Raytheon has developed a version of its Joint Precision Aircraft Landing System (JPALS) designed for expeditionary airfields, which it offers as ideal for Marine Corps expeditionary base operations. JPALS is a landing system based on […]

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Riviera – Recent Events – Marine Propulsion Webinar Week

Do not hesitate to join us for Marine Propulsion Webinar Week The machine room. Remote maintenance. Frequency converters. Noise and vibrations. Starting Monday, July 26, Riviera will host a series of webinars focusing on engine room design and safety, remote maintenance, frequency converters, noise and vibration. Each webinar is meticulously researched and addresses a key […]

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This is what every rescue item in a sailor’s first aid kit does

As the U.S. military pursues accelerated modernization to meet potential future demands for high-intensity combat against leading adversaries like Russia and China, the service is looking for a new, next-generation combat vehicle to replace the vehicle of Bradley infantry fighting produced by BAE Systems. The Next Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV) program is the second highest […]

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US Marine Corps turns to 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies to produce spare parts

QUANTICO MARINE BASE, Virginia – The Marine Corps wants to establish a secure digital repository that Marines everywhere can tap into for help building needed spares with 3D printers. USNI News reports. Continue reading the original article Military and aerospace electronics takes: July 19, 2021 — The Marine Corps today has a digital repository created […]

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Diverse Marine to build RN passenger transfer boats

Walrus SEA class passenger vessel manufactured by Diverse Marine. (Photo: Atlas Elektronik UK). Atlas Elektronik (AEUK) will deliver the Passenger Transfer Boats (PTB) to the RN for use with the aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales. Cowes-based shipyard Diverse Marine will produce three Sea-class PTBs following contract award by AEUK. Ben Colman, Director of Diverse […]

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DHS and partners continue to assess autonomous vessels

A cross-sectoral assessment team led by the Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T) of the Department of Homeland Security plans to continue testing autonomous vessels built by Ocean Aero for the remainder of the summer. The acceptance testing is part of a collaborative effort between eight organizations to demonstrate solar and wind-powered unmanned surface vehicles […]

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ABB offers new fleet-wide performance optimization solution

Written by Nick blenkey Users can access information on operational performance by logging into the ABB AbilityMarine fleet portal A new online platform, ABB AbilityMarine Fleet Intelligence – Advisory, combines the power of cloud-based analysis and reporting with user-friendly visualizations to help shipowners, managers and charterers optimize vessel performance at sea. fleet scale. Offered as […]

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The first Marine Corps load-bearing capacity F-35C squadron is fully operational

The first Marine Corps F-35C squadron has reached full operational capability. This status means that the squadron is fully prepared and equipped for deployment and combat. The F-35C is specially designed for aircraft carrier operations. Loading Something is loading. The United States Marine Corps‘ first F-35C Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter Squadron has reached full […]

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China Navigation Signs Fleet-Wide Contract for Sperry Marine Connected ECDIS

Sperry Marine has received a fleet-wide order for its new connected ECDIS SperrySphere, with deployment to 36 vessels operated by The China Navigation Company (CNCo), part of the Swire Group. Connected ECDIS is the latest addition to Sperry Marine’s portfolio of smart bridge solutions, connected through the unique SperrySphere platform. Long-time customer of Sperry Marine, […]

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Global Mercy ready for maiden voyage

Written by Nick blenkey The ship was handed over during the shipyard ceremony The largest civilian hospital ship in the world, Global MercYes, has now been officially handed over to Mercy Ships in a ceremony at the Tianjin Xingang Shipyard in northern China. Stena RoRo, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, who was also responsible for the […]

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Thyssenkrupp Marine will provide vital support to German submarines

The 212A class HDW air independent submarine is compact and features high payloads for sensors, communications equipment, weapon control systems and weapons. (Thyssenkrupp marine systems) Thyssenkrupp Marine has been selected to provide replacement battery monitoring equipment for German class 212A submarines. Thyssenkrupp Marine has been selected to provide replacement battery monitoring equipment for four Type […]

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DVIDS – News – NNSY Hosts 29th Annual Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School

This year, Norfolk Shipyard (NNSY) hosted the 29th Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School. As of 1991, the Marine Firefighting School originally only hosted local firefighters from the Hampton Roads area. Over the years, this program has grown to include students from all over the world. This training enabled NNSY to share its expertise in […]