1 edition of The international legal implications of the Mobile Offshore Base found in the catalog.
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
In light of recent drastic changes in national security concerns, new systems are being considered for future military implementation. One of the major systems under consideration by the Advanced Research Projects Agency is the Mobile Offshore Base (MOB). The MOB entails essentially two to six self- propelled, floating platforms that are connected and used for military presence and/or war-fighting purposes. This thesis examines the question of whether the MOB should legally be considered a warship, a merchant vessel, or structure/ installation. This question is Important for the answer implies where on the ocean and under what circumstances the placement of the system complies with international law. After a brief review of the national policy with respect to presence and the problem of reduced access to overseas bases, the thesis examines the legal implications of the MOB. The legal analysis starts with the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention (UNCLOS) that entered into force December 16, 1994. Gaps in UNCLOS definitions and policy are explained by general concepts of international law and, where needed, municipal law. The thesis concludes the MOB should be considered a ship and should be given warship status by the United States Govemment.
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He has served as an expert on ship dynamics and stability to the National Transportation Safety Board, the Marine Research Institute Netherlands, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center/Office of Naval Research (Mobile Offshore Base . The American proposed the Mobile offshore base. Please, Log in or Register to view URLs content! n the defense industry of the United States, a mobile offshore base (MOB) sometimes called a Joint Mobile Offshore Base (JMOB) — is a concept for supporting military operations where conventional land bases are not available.
Be it issues related to finance, offshore operations, licensing in the international market, insurance of assets and capital, or mergers and acquisitions between various entities, the . Mobile Offshore Base. In concept, a Mobile Offshore Base (MOB) is a modular floating base that can be deployed to an area of national defense interest .
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After a brief review of the national policy with respect to presence and the problem of reduced access to overseas bases, the thesis examines the legal implications of the MOB. The legal analysis starts with the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention (UNCLOS) Author: Christopher M Strub.
TITLE AND SUBTTTLE: THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE MOBILE OFFSHORE BASE: NO ARMY OR. By Christopher Michael Strub and Jxnß Qual. £kiiti-&apos. Abstract. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited Year: OAI identifier.
Mobile offshore base (MOB), sometimes called a joint mobile offshore base (JMOB), is a concept for supporting military operations beyond the home shores, where conventional land bases are not available, by deploying on the high seas or in coastal waters, in-theater multipurpose floating base assembled from individual platforms.
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It examines the legal status of offshore oil rigs, the issue of jurisdiction in relation to, or on board, oil rigs and the protection of such installations under international law. It also examines. The Mobile Offshore Base (MOB) is a multipurpose, floating logistics base which can be stationed in coastal or international waters.
The offshore base is comprised of self-propelled modules that are connected together at sea to form a runway and support base for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. The MOB is used as a prepositioned cargo stowage and transshipment point, enabling the movement.
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Designers have attuned to the rules and regulations related to ships but the rules of offshore design are derived from a different rule book. In the thesis offshore as a definition is explained. Remmers, "Mobile Offshore Base", 8 th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineering (ISOPE), Montreal, Canada, May 24 The Mobile Offshore Base (MOB) is a large, self-propelled, floating, pre-positioned ocean structure formed of three to five modules and reaching up to 1, meters in length.
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