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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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Report: Bollinger to build 6 fast response cutters for Coast Guard

Bollinger Shipyards said it has won a $250 million contract to build six fast response cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard

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Shoaling at NY's Fire Island limits Coast Guard's rescue response abilities

The Coast Guard said shoaling in New York's Fire Island Inlet is so severe that it has reduced the rescue-response abilities

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Cutter's Arctic operation adds new chapter to legacy of Berthold name

The Coast Guard cutter Berthold's 2012 Arctic mission wasn't the first time the Berthold name was associated with the region

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Cruise industry adopts new rule requiring training with fully loaded lifeboats

Cruise Lines International Association said its vessels will conduct training every six months with lifeboats that are deployed while loaded with people

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Report: Gulf deepwater drilling returning to pre-2010 levels

A report from GlobalData says the Gulf of Mexico deepwater industry will return to pre-2010 levels by the end of this year and will set new record highs

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Sealift Command survey ship participates in Pacific exercise

The oceanographic survey ship USNS Henson participated in a 4-nation exercise in the Pacific Ocean off Indonesia

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Hospital ship USNS Mercy completes mission to Southeast Asia

The USNS Mercy, with 70 civil service mariners in the crew, has returned from a humanitarian mission in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Cambodia

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Ingalls awarded missile cruiser contract worth up to $468M

Ingalls Shipbuilding has won $83.3 million in support work to extend the life of Navy guided missile cruisers, with options that could total $468 million

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