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Marinette Marine wins order for two more Littoral Combat Ships

Marinette Marine said it has been awarded options to construct two more Littoral Combat Ships, extending the shipyard's backlog through 2016

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NOAA plans to add 14 new navigation charts for Arctic waters

NOAA's Office of Coast Survey said it updated a plan to add nautical chart coverage around Alaska and the Arctic

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Study: Ships will be able to sail through Arctic without need for icebreakers

Researchers at UCLA have determined that climate change likely will open new shipping lanes through the Arctic Ocean in coming decades

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Canadian authorities probe death aboard bulk carrier as a possible accident

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada and Quebec City police are investigating a crewman's death aboard the bulk carrier Lowlands Opal

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Admiral: STCW regulations 'in final stages of review'

The commander of the Military Sealift Command and Coast Guard prevention policy official pledged their support for mariners and unions in a visit with the Maritime Trades Department

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Lockheed Martin, Austal win U.S. Navy orders for more Littoral Combat Ships

The U.S. Department of Defense said Lockheed Martin and Austal each have won orders for two more Littoral Combat Ships, for a total of four more vessels to be delivered by 2018

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Unionized mariners push for continuation of U.S. cargo preferences

The Transportation Trades Department AFL-CIO has published a blog item calling for the renewal of cargo preferences for the U.S. fleet

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Papp recognizes Sandy maritime responders, looks ahead to Arctic strategy report

In his State of the Coast Guard address, Adm. Bob Papp praised responders who aided vessels in Hurricane Sandy and said the agency's Arctic strategy report will be released in March

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Great Lakes-Seaway working group releases ballast water management report

The Great Lakes Seaway Ballast Water Working Group has released its 2012 management report

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Coast Guard, EPA study says barge ballast tanks don't increase Asian carp risk

The Coast Guard and Environmental Protection Agency said an experiment showed that barge ballast tanks do not pose a risk of transporting Asian carp

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