The U.S. Coast Guard and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement issued a joint safety alert addressing a dynamic positioning incident on a vessel resulting in a loss of position while conducting a critical Outer Continental Shelf activity.
This week, new public listening sessions were added for you to share your comments regarding requirements for emerging needs for navigational information and service delivery systems in an eNAV environment.
The Coast Guard announced that along with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, it will hold nationwide public discussions on navigational aid technology and how it will affect the future of America’s waterways.
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Rear Adm. Joseph Servidio, assistant commandant for prevention policy, welcomes maritime professionals to Maritime Commons!
The United States Coast Guard embraces the use of social media and other two-way, online communication vehicles to increase openness and transparency with our constituents as a military, law enforcement and regulatory […]