first_img View post tag: High View post tag: India View post tag: issues View post tag: vessel January 13, 2013 View post tag: Coastal View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Patrolling View post tag: Going View post tag: sea View post tag: tender Back to overview,Home naval-today India Issues Tender for High Speed Sea Going Vessel for Coastal Patrolling Industry news View post tag: Navy A state government project management unit has issued international tender for procurement of High Speed Sea Going Vessel for Coastal Patrolling and Related Services.A high speed sea going vessel for coastal patrolling & surveillance against intrusion by fishing boats in the territorial waters along the Odisha coast. The main dimensions of the vessel are 17m x 5m x 2m x 1.2m draught and approximately 35 tonnes displacement. The vessel is to be of fibre glass construction, with maximum speed of 35 knots, normal running speed of 25 knots, fitted with engines of high performance/ weight ratio, with diesel engine screw propulsion/ water jet .The vessel should have accommodation facilities for 4 persons besides 4 crew members for 4 days voyage endurance, of which 50 hours shall be at the maximum speed. The boat shall comply with the rules of construction as applicable under DNV. The boat should be operable at sea state 4 with survival at sea state 6.Quantity required: 2 (two)Last date of Sale of Bid Document: 29 January 2013, up to 5pm (Indian Standard Time)Last date of Receipt of Bids: 30 January 2013, up to 12 noonDate of opening of Bids: 30 January, 2013 at 12.30pmOpportunity Type: General ProcurementResponse deadline: 25/01/2013Deadline: 30/01/2013[mappress]Naval Today Staff, January 13, 2013; Image: BMT View post tag: Naval India Issues Tender for High Speed Sea Going Vessel for Coastal Patrolling View post tag: speed Share this article View post tag: Defense View post tag: Defencelast_img read more

first_imgWest Harrison, In. — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter has named Motor carrier Inspector Michael Buckley as the 2018 Indiana State Police Ralph Ray Reed Motor Carrier Inspector of the Year.Buckley works at weigh stations in West Harrison and Seymour.MCI Buckley’s immediate supervisor, MCI District Coordinator Kimberly Hill said, “MCI Buckley has an excellent work ethic and is highly motivated.  He has dedicated his adult life to serving the citizens of Indiana in every way possible.  He is a highly competent, capable, and a professional inspector.  He always conducts his enforcement activities in a firm but fair and unbiased manner.  He is a great representative of the Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.”The criteria used to select the Ralph Ray Reed MCI of the Year goes beyond statistics, however, in 2018 MCI Buckley had the following: 793 Commercial Vehicle Inspections87 Out-of-Service ViolationsMade 5 public appearances at events such as job fairs, carrier safety meetings, and recruit testing eventsRecovered 2 missing children/runaways in two separate events while working the Seymour Weigh StationMCI Buckley, a 2016 graduate of the Indiana State Police Motor Carrier Inspector Recruit Academy, is a native of Rushville, IN.  MCI Buckley came to the Indiana State Police after retiring from the Rushville Fire Department where he served 32 years and retired as a Captain.MCI Buckley and his wife currently reside in Decatur County where they are currently serving as foster parents for three young sisters.  They also have six adult children and three grandchildren.last_img read more