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Blog: Papp discusses future of Coast Guard's cutter fleet

Speaking at the Surface Navy Association Symposium, U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Bob Papp explained the need to replace older cutters with newer, speedier vessels

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Calif.'s Hunter named chairman of House subcommittee on Coast Guard

U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., has been appointed chairman of the House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation

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NOAA's Coast Survey renews volunteer agreement to update nautical charts

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and U.S. Power Squadrons have agreed to renew a 50-year agreement in which volunteers will continue notifying NOAA's Coast Survey of uncharted navigation hazards

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Greene, ex-USMMA superintendent, to become president of TOTE Services

TOTE Services President Capt. Jorge Aguirre has announced his retirement, and former U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Superintendent Rear Adm. Philip H. Greene Jr. will replace him

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Nautical Institute publishes case study on matching mariners' skills to duties

The Nautical Institute has issued the latest edition of Alert! The International Maritime Human Element Bulletin, focusing on matching seafarers' skills with duties

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Blog: Coast Guard maintains navigation aids during Mississippi River low-water crisis

The U.S. Coast Guard is busy maintaining aids to navigation to mark safe water and keep barge commerce moving during the low-water crisis on the Mississippi River

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Canadian donors assist 8 seafarers stranded on tug at Halifax

Canadians have donated food, water and clothing to the stranded crew of the Craig-Trans, a tugboat that is in need of repairs and is stuck at Halifax

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ATB crew saves life of injured man in Tampa Bay

The crew of Crowley Maritime's ATB Achievement/650-8 used a fast rescue boat to save the life of an injured man in the water near a Tampa Bay bridge

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St. Lawrence Seaway tonnage rose 4% in 2012, beating forecast

The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp. said 2012 tonnage rose 4 percent, due to an increase in grain shipments and demand for low-sulfur coal in Europe

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Vigor orders floating dry dock that will be largest in U.S.

Vigor Industrial said it has ordered a 960-foot floating dry dock that will be the nation's largest

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