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US Coast Guard Picks Fairbanks Morse to Build Offshore Patrol Cutter Engines; Marvin Riley Comments

The U.S. Coast Guard has selected Fairbanks Morse to produce diesel propulsion engines for the military branch's offshore patrol cutter that is scheduled for sea deployment in 2021. Fairbanks Morse said Wednesday it will build FM-MAN 16V 28/33D diesel engines for the first OPC vessel that Eastern Shipbuilding Group will build for the Coast Guard. The 360-foot-long cutter will …

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Leonardo Subsidiary to Supply Electric Drive Systems for USCG Offshore Cutters

A Leonardo subsidiary has received a $10.7 million contract from the Eastern Shipbuilding Group to supply nine hybrid electric drive systems for integration into the U.S. Coast Guard‘s future Offshore Patrol Cutters. Leonardo DRS will provide motor-based Auxiliary Propulsion Systems that work to boost the mission duration capacity of ships as well as help vessels reduce emissions, the company said Thursday. The system …

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EnPro Industries Subsidiary to Build Navy Oiler Ship Propulsion Diesel Engines

The U.S. Navy has selected a subsidiary of EnPro Indutries‘ to deliver main propulsion diesel engines for the USNS John Lewis replenishment oiler ship. EnPro’s Fairbanks Morse subsidiary said Monday it will build two FM-MAN 12V 48/60 CR engines in its Beloit, Wisconsin facility and provide propulsion control systems, auxiliary equipment and commissioning services under the Navy order. Fairbanks …

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