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    Old Crew Short Story

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    To his surprise, Merrick was all serious now and shouted out orders to his new crew. He took the role of being captain very seriously and to him; he was the master of his ship and in command at all times. Both crew members were shocked a little but grew to appreciate the seriousness and efficiency of their new captain and their assigned roles. As the crew tied the right lines, learned the new nautical terms and started their assigned tasks of setting up the fishing gear, Merrick looked down while they weren't looking and smiled, he was happy to make the decision and accept a crew, a crew of two under his command it was Gret and Arik two shipmates on the new Longboat called The Merica. Of course, they got rid of the fake dummy sailors that were no longer needed because the Merica now had a real crew that was alive and full of adventure. He read the map and watched for signs and even used his pencil to make notes on depth and currents on the map hoping to one day be able to update and develop a better mapping system, a new type of mapping he's always wanted to create with markings of much more than just rocks and islands. The next stop wasn’t far away from another village, a little bigger and more North. So this time he planned on coming in as a stocked fishing vessel ready and eager to do some trading. After he tells Gret on what to do again, she explains to Arik about tossing the net at the right time and catching small shad in the colder waters and then lining and…

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    Jake's Tragic Hero

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    There Once was a very intelligent bullfrog named Jake. He was the best at doing everything. From academics to outdoor activities. His favorite thing to do was build ships with his dad when he was young. He got so good at it that he was best on in the town of Tipton. He became famous for the ships he would build. Jake would say “I guarantee you I’m the best ship builder around the Central Valley, no one is as good as me”. But with all this success Jake got full of himself. He became greedy with…

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    Noah would have needed a detailed understanding in naval architecture and in physics, mechanics, structural analysis, and calculus - fields in which weren’t even considered until thousands of years after this occurrence. Now, ancient shipbuilding did achieve new levels of technological sophistication, but this was when vessels were being made much smaller compared to the size the Ark (Moore, 1983). This level of complexity surfaced slowly over centuries: nearly a millennium passed while Egyptian…

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    The organizational metaphor that best describe Newport News Shipbuilding is the flex and transformation metaphor. The organization is affected and changed because of the environment, whether internal or external. Though there may be change that occurs, the organization is able to self-organize, change, and self-renew to align with its original identity (Morgan, 2009). According to Morgan (2009), with change there is chaos because change naturally emerges out of chaos. As part of the changes that…

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    In the industries during the 1700’s, the steamboats was the most exciting innovation of that time. Numerous commerce ongoing to be carried by sailing ships. Shipyards that were in the American colonies, in New England, also in New york produced 389 vessels. Americans became the world’s best ship builders and boat builders. British markets took off for the American ships. Also merchants prohibit from the english ports, so the industries declined after the war. The more advanced U.S. Government…

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    TABLE OF CONTENT PAGE INTRODUCTION 1 • BACKGROUND OF: - LUMUT LEE MARINE ENGINEERING SHIPYARD 2 - UNIKL MIMET SYIPYARD 4 COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO SHIPYARDS 6 CONCLUSION 7 RECOMMENDATION 8 REFERENCE Introduction Shipbuilding refers to the construction of ships that able of floating. Shipbuilding typically takes place in a shipyard by specialized engineers, boat builders, and other marine experts. Shipyard, a place which ships are constructs and…

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    Naval architect, engineer, and founder of the shipbuilding institution, John I Thornycroft & Company Limited. He is noted for having partially designed and built the first Royal Naval torpedo boat as well as designing and improving upon the machinery involved in this class of ship. Thornycroft is also credited with modifying the hull and propeller designs of naval ships as well as designing ship stabilizers. In particular Thornycroft's company is noted for its work on streamlining Naval…

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    Iron ore and other metal and mineral deposits created the large-scale production of many metal tools, and abundant forests allowed for a lumber and shipbuilding trade (though smaller than the Northern colonies’). The Middle colonists were hardworking like the Northern colonists, but also allowed for religious and ethnic freedom, leading to a society that was more relaxed and lived a simpler life. Though not as distinctly different as the Southern and Northern colonies, the Middle colonies were…

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    New England New England’s economy developed around the water and land resources available to the colonists. Massachusetts’ bay and harbors, enabled colonists to develop a thriving ocean-based economy. Fishing, shipbuilding, and whaling made the colony prosperous. The economy of New England also centered around the use of forest products. Since the soil in New England was too rocky to farm, colonists used timber from the forests for building houses, ships, and tools. Timber was also exchanged for…

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    Table of Contents 1. Introduction 5 2. Discussion 5 2.1. Board structure and its effectiveness 5 2.2. Board committee and their effectiveness 6 2.3. Recomendations 7 3. Conclusion 9 Reference 9 1. Introduction VINASHIN Business Group (abbreviated as VINASHIN) is a Vietnamese state-owned enterprise specialized in shipbuilding industry. Since it was found in 1996 based on the reorganization of Viet Nam Shipbuilding Corporation, VINASHIN had developed…

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