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The experts from various aspects of the maritime domain (shipping, port authority, science & technology, law enforcement, intelligence & information sharing, national security council, training) including the NMLEA’s...

source: Port of the Future

Cruise ships inspected by the United States Coast Guard will soon receive a grade, thanks to the Cruise Ship National Center of Expertise (CSNCOE), which has been working on the new system. “We recognized how well the scoring...

source: Cruise Industry News

As part of its ongoing push to further digitalize the port supply chain and improve cargo efficiency and fluidity, the Port of Los Angeles has introduced a new “Control Tower” data tool — the third such instrument introduced by the nation’s busiest...

source: Homeland Security Today

Some boaters and personal water craft users would have to take a boater safety course under a bill approved by the South Carolina Senate. “It’s a modest step, but we have to start somewhere,” said Sen. Brad Hutto, D-Orangeburg. If...

source: The Times and Democrat

The U.S. Coast Guard in Honolulu has kept busy during the pandemic, despite fewer search and rescue missions. Coast Guard Honolulu Station Manager Gregory Lewis said with fewer tourists and more restrictions, fewer people are going in...

source: Hawaii News Now

The Coast Guard Cutter Kimball has concluded a successful two week patrol to counter illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU fishing), furthering the United States’ commitment to regional security and partnership in...

source: The Maritime Executive


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