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Patch.comNew Port Security Vessel Unveiled In MontaukPatch.comThe "Marine 2" was garnered through the collaborative efforts of the Montauk Fire Department, the East Hampton Town Police Department, East Hampton Town Marine Patrol, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The new addition will be...
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New York TimesMaritime Mystery: Why a US Destroyer Failed to Dodge a Cargo ShipNew York TimesSteffan Watkins, an information technology security consultant who writes for Janes Intelligence on ship tracking, said the path of the Crystal, as posted from its Automatic Identification System, “looks lik...
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Air Force Link387 ESPTS sustains busiest aerial port in AFCENTAir Force LinkSOUTHWEST ASIA (AFNS) -- SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFNS) -- As one of the busiest aerial ports of debarkation in the U.S. Air Forces Central Command area of responsibility, the 387th Air Expeditionary Group is no stranger to service m...
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Patch.comNew Port Security Vessel Unveiled In MontaukPatch.comThe "Marine 2" was garnered through the collaborative efforts of the Montauk Fire Department, the East Hampton Town Police Department, East Hampton Town Marine Patrol, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The new addition will be...
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Washington ExaminerUS maritime laws must work for US workersWashington ExaminerEvery year, thousands of workers in the maritime services industry, from the stevedores at port terminals who handle freight to the tugboat operators who ensure the security of shipping vessels, safely and efficiently mov...
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New York TimesMaritime Mystery: Why a US Destroyer Failed to Dodge a Cargo ShipNew York TimesAt 1:30 a.m. last Saturday, off the coast of Japan south of Tokyo, they could hardly have failed to see the 730-foot freighter ACX Crystal, stacked with more than 1,000 containers, as it closed in. Radar off...
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The Maritime ExecutiveContested Seas: Maritime Security in LibyaThe Maritime ExecutiveOn 20 February, the Bahamas-flagged car carrier Morning Compass was seized by militants purporting to represent the Libyan Navy. The ship, which was carrying around 5,000 cars to South Korea, was interdicted by a h...
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NavyTimes.comBig questions in US warship's collision with container ship in JapanNavyTimes.com"There is almost no mistake the container was behind the destroyer, though it is still premature to decide which ship bumped into the other," said Tetsuo Kotani, a maritime security expert at the Japan Inst...
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