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KITV HonoluluSecretary of State Rex Tillerson calls on UN Security Council to step up diplomatic, economic pressure on North KoreaABC NewsThe U.S. Navy conducted bilateral maritime exercises with South Korea and Japan. On Tuesday, the USS Michigan, one of the Navy's Ohio-class nuclear-powered guided...
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RealClearWorldEurope's China PivotRealClearWorldRobert A. Manning is a senior fellow of the Brent Scowcroft Center for International Security at the Atlantic Council and its Foresight Strategy and Risks Initiative. Follow him on Twitter @RManning4. This piece is part of a special RCW series on the U...
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McSally backs two-site port solutionSierra Vista HeraldSIERRA VISTA — U.S. Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., has called on the Trump Administration to accelerate the modernization of the Raul Castro Port of Entry in downtown Douglas and include construction of a commercial-only facility west of the city...
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Seatrade Maritime NewsPoor cyber security on vessels provides backdoor to corporate systems: InmarsatSeatrade Maritime News“Centrally on a ship there is not a lot of that is of true value but if somebody can use that ship as a backdoor into a corporate environment,” Peter Broadhurst, senior vice pre...
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The Maritime ExecutiveCoast Guard Security Teams: Guarding Ports and WaterwaysThe Maritime ExecutiveFor this historic event, MSST Kings Bay led a force consisting of 14 tactical boat crews, 12 response boats, engineering support, canine explosive detection teams, a remotely operated vehicle, and pla...
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The Maritime ExecutiveAMO Supports the Jones Act Offshore FleetThe Maritime ExecutiveThe diverse AMO fleet roster includes oil and petroleum product tankers, containerships, roll-on/roll-off ships, heavy-lift ships, combination container and RO/RO ships, cable ships, Great Lakes dry bulk cargo carri...
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The Maritime ExecutiveThe Coast Guard and Maritime Chokepoints - The Maritime ExecutiveThe Maritime Executive[By Victoria Castleberry] The need for security of international maritime trade has never been greater as over 90 percent of internationally traded.and more »
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GMA NewsSomali pirates suspected of hijacking Tuvalu-flagged ship - security sourceReutersBOSSASO Somali pirates are suspected of hijacking a bulk carrier ship, the head of a maritime security company said on Saturday, in the latest in a string of attacks after years of calm. A security source worki...
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