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—Literature Available NAV-COM Incorporated, Deer Park, N.Y., has been named an official value-added reseller for the line of portable computers manufactured by GRiD systems Corporation. The GRiD computers have been integrated into NAV-COM's BUSISHIP marine management information system,
Raytheon Company of Lexington, Mass., has established a new office to arrange and manage venture investments for the diversified electronics company. Chairman Thomas L. Phillips said the new enterprise would be coordinated closely with the company's strategic planning function,
E-Systems recently received a $4.7-million U.S. Navy contract to provide continuing systems engineering and technical support services for the downlink communications tracking set used with the Terrier SM-2 missile. The contract with the Naval
Key units of a new antisubmarine warfare tactical data system for the U.S. Navy's Knox Class frigates will be developed by Rockwell International Corporation under an approximately $4- million subcontract from Computer Sciences Corporation's Defense Systems Division.
After 39 years of service to NOAA and its predecessor agency, the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, the NOAA ship Whiting was decommissioned in May 2003 at its home port in Norfolk, Va. The ship has been an essential part of the NOAA fleet, working
Two changes in the Transportation and Distribution Department of ITT Rayonier Inc., Stamford, Conn., were announced recently by Robert E. Heine, vice president and director, transportation and distribution. Donald J. Bane has been promoted to manager, distribution services, and Gregory R.
Tracor Applied Sciences, Inc., a subsidairy of Tracor, Inc., has received a $16-million contract from Waterway Communications System, Inc., according to an announcement by Tracor group vice president William C. Moyer. The contract covers construction and installation of a new,