Proceedings Of The Marine

SUM 2016

Proceedings magazine is a communication tool for the Coast Guard's Marine Safety & Security Council. Each quarterly magazine focuses on a specific theme of interest to the marine industry.

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P R O C E E D I N G S Summer 2016 Vol. 73, Number 2 Overview 6 The U.S. Waterborne Economy The crucial role our waterway infrastructure and resources play. by Ms. Cassandra Ingram, Mr. Fenwick Yu, and Dr. Regina Powers 11 Say "Cheese"! A snapshot of the Coast Guard's role in commerce on our waterways. by Mr. Korey J. Barry 13 U.S. Ocean and Coastal Economies Signifi cant contribution to the national economy. by Ms. Tracy Rouleau, Mr. Jeffery Adkins, and Ms. Valerie Were 17 The U.S. Coast Guard and the Waterways A history of the vessel traffi c service. by Mr. Dave Rosen 19 Storytelling from the Last Frontier Communications in the Arctic. by LT Anastacia Visneski Regions 22 America's Marine Highway Routes Map 24 Sector Hampton Roads Virginia Strength and readiness through collaboration. by LT Karen Lee, LT Ashley Dufresne, and Mr. Trey Clifton 28 The Port of Virginia A catalyst for commerce. by Ms. Cathie J. Vick 32 A Port for All Ages The Port of Milwaukee's rich transportation and trade history. by Mr. Peter Hirthe and CDR Dan Somma 35 Planning for Success From berthing to departure, the Houston Ship Channel drives our nation's economy. by Captain Bill Diehl, Mr. Bob Mitchell, Mr. Stan Swigart, CAPT Randal Ogrydziak, CAPT Rob McLellan, and CAPT Brian Penoyer 39 The Mississippi River System A strategic resource. by CAPT Michael W. Cribbs

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