The U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet command ship, USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19), is outfitted with the latest command, control, and communications technology in order to effectively command naval units defending the national interests of the United States.
For a considerable length of time, Derek Paget-Clarke has been acting as general manager of ITT Decca Marine, pending the appointment of a new president for the company. Mr. Paget-Clarke carried out extensive reorganization of the company, was responsible for the recent move to Palm Coast,
Comsat TeleSystem, Inc. of Fairfax, Va., announced recently that John M. Pientka has been elected to the newly created position of vice president, Mobile Satellite Systems, and that B.L. (Pete) Brooks has been named vice president of the company's
Next generation technology used to wage wars of the future will be on display for two weeks off the coast of California later this month. The upcoming Fleet Battle Experiment-Juliet (FBE-J) will offer the military an unprecedented glance at how established
A. William Perigard, president of COMSAT Technology Products ( C T P ) , has announced that Charles A. Zito has been elected to the newly created position of vice president-marketing and development. He will assume responsibility for the management of CTP's corporate marketing,
Maritime Telecommunications Network (MTN) has installed Carnival Cruise Lines' first Internet Cafe on the Carnival Triumph. The Internet Cafe unites Digital Seas International's (DSI) Internet product with the latest in highspeed Internet satellite communications from MTN.
Britain's offshore industry is strong, and Scotland is committed to ensuring that the United Kingdom Continental Shelf (UKCS) remains one of the world's top offshore energy provinces for many years to come. The oil and gas industry is facing a
Apelco Marine Electronics has published a full-color 1986 catalog describing a number of new, exciting high-tech products. Among these is a liquid crystal display (LCD) radar, the Model LDR-9900, which Apelco plans to introduce this spring. Using the newest LCD technology,
Mobile Telesystems, a new company based in Fairfax, Va., that provides mobile satellite products, recently began operations, Kenneth A. Homon, president and chief operating officer, has announced. The mobile business was previously part of Comsat Corporation's product group.
Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, has announced that its Applied Sciences Group has received an initial contract of approximately $1.1 million from Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, to develop a computerbased Tactical Support Center for the Japanese Maritime Defense Agency.