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Blog: Buoy tender encounters bad smells, truck engine, 'teeth gnashing'

The Coast Guard Compass blog includes a feature in which a petty officer aboard a buoy tender answers five questions about his job

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Coast Guard commander sent to brig after harassing, having sex with recruits

A Coast Guard chief petty officer was sentenced to one year in the brig after he was found guilty of sexually harassing female recruits

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Resolve Marine uses helicopters to remove bow section of Rena wreck

Resolve Marine said it has used helicopters and a barge to removed the first 600 tons of steel from the bow of the Rena shipwreck off New Zealand

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Videotel introduces 3 new STCW-related online training courses

Videotel said three new online courses are available to train mariners in STCW-related safety topics

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Postal Service to dedicate new stamp honoring barge fleeting

Postal Service to dedicate new stamp honoring barge fleeting

The U.S. Postal Service next week will dedicate the new stamp honoring the barge fleeting industry, including towboats Apollo and Taurus

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Navy's new research vessel to be named for Neil Armstrong

The U.S. Navy said its new oceanographic research vessel will be named RV Neil Armstrong, after the famed astronaut

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Coast Guard to host oil spill exercise in southeast Alaska

The Coast Guard will host an oil spill exercise involving several agencies and Kirby Offshore Marine in southeast Alaska

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Insurers urged to be more proactive in preventing maritime casualties

Speaking in San Diego, a Braemar official said underwriters need to be more involved in casualty- and loss-prevention earlier in the process

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Damaged lock forces Mississippi River closure; 455 barges delayed

Lock 27 at Chain of Rocks Canal was closed for five days for emergency repairs, delaying an estimated 455 barges

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Shell's Arctic spill containment vessel project held up again

Shell's spill containment barge project for the vessel Arctic Challenger will face further delay because Washington state officials are requiring stormwater permits

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