Richard R. Hopkins, president of J JH Inc., recently announced the establishment of the small boat engineering department at the Arlington, Va., office of JJH Inc. This group has the responsibility of providing engineering services to the small
Admiral J.W. Kime, Commandant, United States Coast Guard Editor's Note: Mm. John William Kime was recently named the 19th Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard. He was nominated to the position while serving as Commander, Eleventh Coast Guard District, headquartered in Long Beach, Calif.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has been contracted by the U.S. Navy to complete system design for the Navy's advanced, 21st century surface combatant, DD(X). The initial design contract, which spans over four years has a total value of approximately $2.
Rolla SP Propellers SA, Balerna, Switzerland, producer of a wide selection of high-performance propellers, has recently introduced a fast new sophisticated geometry intended for surface piercing applications. Now produced in three special models,
Lexair, Inc. of Lexington, Ky., has introduced a new remote direct pilot- operated three-way poppet valve, with an operating ratio of 5:1 (internal line pressure versus minimum pilot pressure) for unequaled performance of industrial and process control of liquids and gases.
—Brochure Available Through the combined forces of Metos Marine and Parma-Marine, a new building concept for fitting ship cabins and other similar spaces has been conceived. The concept offers a planning service in the initial planning phase of a building project and,
Hitachi Zosen Corporation, a large worldwide supplier of marine manufacturing and engineering products, recently selected Argo Marine, a division of Argo International Corporation, to be one of its agents for marine diesel engine replacement parts sales in the U.
National Supply Company, a major manufacturer of oilfield machinery and equipment, has p r o m o t e d John E. Lawson to North Sea area manager-engineering for well control equipment. In the position, he heads a specialized subsea engineering group that he established in the U.
The Maritime Administration has awarded $4,250,848 in contracts for 10 projects designed to improve the productivity of U.S. shipyards and to reduce the cost of building ships in the United States. All projects are part of the National Shipbuilding Research Program.
The Danish firm of Danyard A/S, shipbuilders and repairers, recently redelivered to the Mercandia Rederierne the second of two Ro/Ro ships adapted to the requirements of the Danish State Railways' service across the Great Belt. The two vessels,