Marine

Riviera – Recent Events – Marine Propulsion Webinar Week

[ad_1] 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 […]

Marine

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

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Navy uses new onboard aircraft handler for the first time in an operational environment

Senior Support Test Engineer Tom Tuominen and Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (ABH2) Ruben Montenegro test the Shipboard Aircraft Handler in CVN 75 hangar June 16. (U.S. Navy Photo) NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland – The Common Aviation Support Equipment Program Office Shipboard Aircraft Handler (SAH) (PMA-260) was used in an operational environment for the […]

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Navy Uses New Aircraft Manipulator On Board For The First Time In An Operational Environment | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

[ad_1] Tom Tuominen, Chief Test Support Engineer, and Ruben Montenegro, Boatswain’s Mate (ABH2) Aviation Boatswain’s Mate, test the Shipboard Aircraft Handler in the hangar of CVN 75 on June 16. (Photo by US Navy) NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland – The Common Aviation Support Equipment Program Office (PMA-260) Onboard Aircraft Manager (SAH) was […]

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Navy uses new aircraft manager on board for the first time in an operational environment

[ad_1] NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, RIVIÈRE PATUXENT, Md.– The Common Aviation Support Equipment Program Office (PMA-260) Onboard Aircraft Manager (SAH) was first used in an operational environment aboard the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in June . Tom Tuominen, Chief Test Support Engineer, and Ruben Montenegro, Boatswain’s Mate, Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (ABH2), test the […]

Marine

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 […]

Coastguard

Coastguard helicopter left on uninhabited island after crew detects technical problem

ONE of two Sumburgh-based Coastguard helicopters is currently stranded on the uninhabited island of South Havra after landing unexpectedly during a training exercise. Pilots in training on Thursday decided to land the helicopter on the island – located south of Burra – as a precaution after a technical problem was detected. The four crew members […]

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Cyprus says police patroller warned by Turkish coastguard

[ad_1] Published on: 07/16/2021 – 13:08Amended: 07/16/2021 – 13:07 Cypriot police said on Friday that the Turkish coastguard fired warning shots at one of their ships patrolling undocumented migrants off the island’s north coast, as tensions mount before a visit of the Turkish president to the north of the archipelago. The Cypriot government said it […]

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Foreign Ministry Makes Representations to UN Regarding Turkish Coast Guard Incident (Update 3)

[ad_1] The Foreign Ministry approached UNFICYP after a Turkish coast guard fired warning shots at a Cyprus port patrol boat and maritime police off Kato Pyrgos Tylliria earlier Friday, ministry spokesman Demetris Samuel told the Cypriot news agency. The boat was on a routine patrol when it was chased by the Turkish Coast Guard as […]

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Turkish Coast Guard fires warning shot at Cypriot police ship, World News

[ad_1] A Turkish coastguard ship fired warning shots at a Cypriot police boat on Friday. The boat was on patrol for undocumented migrants, Cypriot media reported. The incident came amid high tensions on the island as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepares to visit the separatist Turkish Cypriot north next week to mark the anniversary […]

Marine

DHS and partners continue to assess autonomous vessels

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Diverse Marine to build RN passenger transfer boats

[ad_1] 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 […]

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ABB offers new fleet-wide performance optimization solution

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Coastguard crews rush to the River Forth after ship issues ‘distress signal’

[ad_1] Coastguard teams were rushed to search for the River Forth in Falkirk earlier, after a ship issued a distress signal. A helicopter was seen searching an area of ​​Forth Ports in Grangemouth, before scanning the water between Bo’ness and Blackness. Rescue teams were also sent by boat to search for the ship, but nothing […]

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First Marine F-35C Squadron Ready for Deployment on Navy Aircraft Carriers

[ad_1] An F-35C Lighting II assigned to the “Black Knights” of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 314 makes an arrested landing on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) on April 16, 2021. US Photo navy The “Black Knights” of US Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 314 have taken their next […]

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

[ad_1] 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 […]

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

[ad_1] 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 […]