By Capt. Scott Stoermer and Capt. Kristi Luttrell The United States is a nation shaped by its inland and coastal geography. Deepwater access to Atlantic and Pacific seaways including a… Read More
Around midnight September 20, following torrential rain dropped in the Houston area by the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda, nine barges broke away from their moorings at San Jacinto River… Read More
Brownwater University, a three-day, introductory educational conference aimed at bringing together newcomers to the maritime industry and members of the U.S. Coast Guard stationed in the Western Gulf of Mexico… Read More
The Coast Guard assistant commandant for prevention policy, Rear Adm. Richard Timme, announced September 11 that he has convened a formal Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) to investigate the loss of the small passenger… Read More
Washington, D.C.—A key Senate committee approved a five-year, $287 billion bill to reauthorize a major transportation infrastructure program that includes a number of provisions that will impact the waterways industry. Read More
On June 1, Campbell Transportation’s mv. Alice Jean was transiting northbound on the Ohio River. While passing below the Newell Highway Bridge, the captain, James Blake, noticed a woman who… Read More
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