Ok I'm giving up!
Today! My company is looking of production floor supervisors for packaging and logistics ops. So HR is doing a second interview for the job with a candidate and wants me to sit in and give a final yes or no.
Ok so I'm in the boardroom and the girl candidate has got a...
Thanks I think I understand.
I have wondered about the survivability of an Azipod for warship. But then look at the shaft problems on a ship like PoW. Azipods do drive some of the biggest ships in the world.
I guess it all about the tradeoffs.
As aside I would love to have a boat with...
I thought they announced a partnership between the two. But there is no note of Seaspan on this PR piece.
The will most likely be Seawaymax. Unless something is deep hull mounted like a sonar.
FYI one of the reasons the Constitution class doesn't have a hull mount sonar is the the...
HMS Westminster will not be refit
On side note, interesting comments about the frigates are taking so long in Lifex over and above the ship designed to 20 year life being pushed to 30+ (sound...
Is there more than one way to do that? I have a feeling there is now days but I am no SME. Are Azipods more expensive than traditional screws? And would guess it may have to which type of propulsion engine/drive/gensets are chosen?
Is it GM fault when they are asked to built a light vehicle but then the reports come back basically sounding like that its not a Bradley? URGH
I would be more worried if the reports were the engine doesn't start.
The reason things are so expensive. Look at the Boeing problem with the T-7...
The Lockheed/Airbus tranker does have a good shot at it. USAF is not super happy with Boeing on this file. Plus Tanker Y program is going to smaller as they wait for better options for the Z program.
So 80/90 units to Lockheed Airbus would send Boeing a message
First out of the gate. There will be more. If following letter of the NSS it should be one of the two with maybe Davie. Will it be a design contract? Then a build contract? Or just throw out the NSS for this?
If just going with NSS shipyards there should be a Irving and Seaspan with a...
Well in the sense that Bombardier has already lost in the commercial game...then yes.
I have a feeling Embraer will look a lot like Bombardier in a couple of years. Biz jets but with a military plane C-390.
The PR pressure is building.
That is what I pictured it would look like. I think they are reading the room correctly. I wish it had more info.
But then anyone can do CAD drawing.
Question where does the MCDV replacement fall in NSS? Under a 1000 tons or is it a major ship and over so Seaspan, Ivrings, Davie...
many very close losses.
But you are correct. This is world we live in now. Urban/Rural...I saw it this morning. Cities give me stuff/Countryside get off my neck. That's about the quickest some up everywhere in North America and some Europe.
I don't think the Americans made them anymore then you need refueling. The CC-150 replacement was on the books. Boeing didn't bid. Two reasons I guess the Trudeau hate of Boeing and the tons of bad press their current tanker was getting.
FYI Lockheed is bidding the A330 MRTT for the USAF...
I agree with those big hoods on the heavy duties. Can be a hard to see around.
And "no honey I did not hit the fence at the RV camp site backing up to load a propane tank with the one week old F-250" That was there when I picked it up. Its going to back to dealer on Monday I will give a...
You're right of course. I'm just being a little %&*%.
I just have a hard time with this one. It has the feel of Challenger buys. Oh we need to replace the CC-150 VVIP and refueler. OK this buy looks to move faster than all the others. It just smells and tastes wrong.
In defence of the...