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As each day passes by, the training of our public safety professionals comes under closer and closer scrutiny. And rightfully so. One of the things that is particularly needed in law enforcement - and in all of our professions –...


In a rare move, the U.S. Navy conducted a freedom of navigation patrol in the Indian Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) without India’s preliminary consent. The service declared that the move was aimed at challenging India’s “excessive maritime claims.” Even...

source: The Maritime Executive

The U.S. Power Squadrons (USPS) awarded Blaine resident Graham Hunter for boating instruction with a high-ranking honor only presented to three people this year. Hunter received the award for his work with the Bellingham chapter of USPS, the nation’s largest boating...

source: The Northern Light

Starting later this month a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Ocean City will be closed to all marine traffic while the U.S. Coast Guard and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency conduct training. Between April...

source: Delmarva Now

As part of COVID-19 safety measures, the US has introduced new safety requirements in the maritime transportation system. This requires all persons, including crew members on board ships trading in the territorial and inland...

source: Port News

Cyberattacks continue to grow in prevalence and sophistication. With the ability to disrupt business operations, wipe out critical data, and cause reputational damage, they pose an existential threat to businesses, critical services, and infrastructure. Today’s new...

source: MIT Technology Review


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