In a conflicting report, China's Global Times said that only three Chinese ocean surveillance ships entered the waters surrounding the islands, even naming the specific ship numbers, 51, 75, and 83.
What does OCSURV stand for?
OCSURV stands for Ocean Surveillance
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com)-- Integrated solutions to reduce the cost of remote ocean surveillance will be presented by Sonardyne on booth 1706 at this month's Oceans '12 conference and exhibition, running from 14th-19th October in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Navy ocean surveillance ships as part of the service's antisubmarine warfare mission.
Navy ocean surveillance ship in international waters Sunday.
Walnut Creek, CA, is being awarded $6,059,349 for firm fixed price Modification 02 to Task Order #0002 under a previously awarded IDIQ environmental multiple award contract (N62473-08-D-8813) to exercise Options 0001 and 0002 which provides for the removal of an additional 16,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil at the Naval Command Control and Ocean Surveillance Center, Morris Dam Facility in Azusa, CA.
SSC San Diego has been in ocean surveillance work for more than 40 years.
The Navy is procuring two Global Hawk systems to explore its potential for ocean surveillance.
In order to meet the engineering challenge of designing a craft that will withstand up to 16,000 pounds per square inch of pressure, Hawkes has enlisted the help of the Naval Command, Control, and Ocean Surveillance Center in San Diego.