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International Salvage Union honors Titan with Meritorious Service Award

Web Bulletin 2015
Coast Guard responds to sinking barge in Florida

Coast Guard responds to sinking barge in Florida

A tugboat disconnects from the construction vessel as it takes on water

Web Bulletin 2015
USS Ranger begins 16,000-mile voyage to Texas scrap yard

USS Ranger begins 16,000-mile voyage to Texas scrap yard

Louisiana's Crosby Tugs will lead the decommissioned carrier around Cape Horn

Web Bulletin 2015
Former research vessel sinks at Ontario marina

Former research vessel sinks at Ontario marina

The 65-foot Navicula had been slated for salvage

Web Bulletin 2015
U.S. salvage group expands its horizons

U.S. salvage group expands its horizons

The ASA's sphere of influence now includes South America and Central America

Web Bulletin 2015

Titan to host American Salvage Association fundraiser

Proceeds from the Houston event will support scholarships and science fair prizes

Web Bulletin 2015

Marine Group to build 27 new Navy vessels

The contracts, worth $45 million, include tugboats, workboats and dive boats

Web Bulletin 2015

Hawaii tour boat's engine room floods with 55 aboard

The U.S. Coast Guard said a Hawaii tour boat with 55 people on board was in danger of sinking when its engine room started taking on water

Web Bulletin 2015

NTSB ends El Faro debris search without finding VDR

The National Transportation Safety Board said it completed its documentation of the El Faro debris field yesterday and came up empty in its efforts to find the sunken ship's voyage data recorder

Web Exclusive 2015
U.S. sues 'Bering Sea Gold' captain over recovery of sunken dredge

U.S. sues 'Bering Sea Gold' captain over recovery of sunken dredge

Prosecutors say John Mehelich has refused to pay a $1.6 million bill

Web Bulletin 2014
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