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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Want to learn how to launch a missile? Ed Driscoll's your guy.

Jill R. Aitoro, Senior Staff Reporter for the Washington Business Journal, interviews Delex CEO Ed Driscoll regarding Delex System's mission and niche.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Ghana Hijacking Means No Safe Anchorages

A Greek-owned oil tanker that lost contact with its owner after the evening of June 4 is still missing and presumed hijacked in the pirate-prone Gulf of Guinea. The MT Fair Artemis was last reported operating some 40 nautical miles SSE off Accra, Ghana and is laden with a cargo of gasoil. The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) is treating the vessel's disappearance as a possible hijacking, while local naval forces have mobilized in a search.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Maritime Security Update

To raise the profile of Delex’s maritime analysis capabilities, Maritime Security Consultant James M. Bridger has been publishing articles with a number of security and industry forums including the US Naval Institute, Maritime Executive, and Foreign Policy.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Delex Announces New General Manager, Security

Delex announces the promotion of Mr. Stephen Austin to General Manager for Delex Security and Information Technology programs.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Searching for a Somali Coastguard

The Somali pirate business model has been dealt a severe blow by the combined efforts of international naval operations, the shipping industry’s implementation of best management practices, and the increased use of armed guards aboard vessels. Having failed to hijack and ransom a commercial vessel in over 20 months, pirate gangs are now diversifying into other illicit ventures such as arms smuggling and protection services for illegal fishing fleets.