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Transhield, Inc.

 •  October 5, 2017

PORT HUENEME, CA/ELKHART, IN
10.02.2017
Story by J.W. Marcum
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division
PORT HUENEME, Calif.—Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) has recently entered a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Transhield, Inc. to investigate the feasibility of incorporating...

Transhield, Inc.

 •  October 2, 2017

You cannot drive just anything on the dangerous roads of Iraq and Afghanistan—and the cost of military personnel transportation is hardly inexpensive. While the Humvee, the military’s former workhorse, was $70,000, the modified, “up-armored,” version costs from $160,000 to $220,000. And since "This modern Up-Armored HMMWV (UAH), however, still...

Transhield, Inc.

 •  August 22, 2017

As one who served in the military for 30 years in a very maintenance intensive field (Artillery), and as someone who has also been involved in providing protective cover solutions for the military for over a decade, it was very gratifying to review the U.S. Army’s comprehensive business case analysis on the use of equipment covers for Army ground...

Transhield, Inc.

 •  August 10, 2017

Operators of CFM-56-3, -3B, and -3C variable stator vane (VSV) bores have until August 2018 to start an inspection process to help detect corrosion. This mandate was recently issued by the federal aviation administration (FAA); now the aviation industry is even more attentive than usual to this enemy of aircraft. As MRO-Network reports: "Corrosion...

Transhield, Inc.

 •  June 29, 2017

For over 240 years, Americans have celebrated Independence Day with barbecues, picnics, parades, and some impressive fireworks. All those explosions, which usually send Fido scurrying for safety under the bed, replicate the reaction of our country's first troops who, upon hearing the Declaration of Independence, repeatedly fired their cannons and...

Transhield, Inc.

 •  March 15, 2017

Equipment losses were appalling in the early years of World War II.[1] This was primarily due to poor packaging for overseas shipping, which led to widespread corrosion. Fortunately, those trying to address the problem found that paper, cardboard, cloth, and other packaging materials could be impregnated with nitrite-based corrosion inhibitors and...