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Henry V was the great warrior king of medieval England whose brief reign included his conquest of most of Normandy (northern France). Henry was a skilled military strategist who died before realizing his ambition to conquer France, but his attempt made England one of the greatest powers in Europe. The son of Henry Bolingbroke and Mary Bohun, young Henry was not born in direct line to the throne; his father was a cousin to King Richard II. When Richard exiled Bolingbroke in 1398, young Henry went More »
Born: September, 1387 (Monmouth, Wales)


On February 28, 1890, BIW won its first contract for complete vessels, two iron gunboats for the U.S. Navy. The Machias, one of these 190-foot (58 m) gunboats, was the first ship launched by the company. (Historian Snow (see "Further Reading") says the gunboat was commanded during World War I by Chester Nimitz, ...


A summary and case brief of Bard v. Bath Iron Works Corp., including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.


Aug 17, 1994 ... *34 *35 *36 *37 Marcia J. Cleveland, Brunswick, ME, for plaintiffs. Constance P. O'Neil, Arlyn H. Weeks, Beth A. Nightingale, Conley, Haley, O'Neil & Kaplan, Bath , ME, for defendant Bath Iron Works Corp. Stephen E.F. Langsdorf, Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios, Augusta, ME, for defendant Dauphin.



Bard's appeal to this court was dismissed because the order appealed from was not a final judgment. Bard v. Bath Iron Works Corp., 568 A.2d 1108 (Me.1990). The case was then tried without a jury on June 6-11, 1990. At the close of Bard's evidence, BIW successfully moved for judgment pursuant to M.R. Civ.P. 50(d).


Sep 18, 2016 ... BIW President Fred Harris said in a memo to shipyard employees that the company's Coast Guard bid was “still too costly” despite outsourcing some jobs and working with the union to find ways “to become more flexible and efficient in the shipyard.” Union members had fought the outsourcing but agreed ...


Bath Iron Works builds some of the world's most formidable ships. Since 1884, we have delivered more than 425 ships to the world's naval and commercial fleets. Today, Bath Iron Works is building naval ships with the same dedication. We are the lead designer and builder of the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer ...