The US Coast Guard has awarded BAE Systems a $1.7m contract for the routine overhaul of cutter Munro (WHEC 724), beginning in June and scheduled for completion in August.
The US Coast Guard has awarded BAE Systems a $1.7m contract for the routine overhaul of the cutter Munro (WHEC 724), beginning in June and scheduled for completion in August.
The work includes repairs to the vessel’s machinery, piping, sea valves and propulsion systems, as well as hull preparation and preservation. All work will be performed at BAE Systems Ship Repair in San Francisco, where BAE Systems completed emergency dry dock repairs of the Coast Guard cutter Jarvis (WHEC-725) In December.
The Munro is a 115m deep-water service cutter which operates throughout the entire Pacific OceanBasin. The vessel has a flight deck capable of landing a Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopter, an advanced communications and sensor suite and serves as a floating command centre capable of coordinating ships and aircraft for search and rescue or responding to natural and environmental accidents and disasters.
BAE Systems Ship Repair is BAE System’s US-based non-nuclear ship repair, modernisation and conversion company, focused on dry dock and ship repair services for the US Navy, other defence agencies and commercial customers.