Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for July 20, 2018

    FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE   SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION     INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Safe Spaces By Chris Philips,  Managing Editor     In 1911, the Washington State Port District Act authorized voters to create public port districts that could acquire, construct, and operate waterways, docks, wharves, and […]

PRESS RELEASE: Agencies Drill for Vessel Mutual Assistance Plan at Exercise

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Agencies Drill for Vessel Mutual Assistance Plan at Exercise   Oakland, CA: (April 23, 2018) – Coast Guard Sector San Francisco personnel hosted an interagency exercise at Yerba Buena Island Saturday, which was attended by approximately 100 personnel from 12 different agencies, including representatives from Oakland International Airport (OAK), […]

Navy League of the United States – 2018 Coast Guard Award’s Luncheon

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A Call to Action: Save the Coast Guard!

NAVY LEAGUE ACTION ALERT: SAVE THE COAST GUARD   Many of you have read in the news this week that the president’s fiscal 2018 budget proposes cuts totaling more than 14 percent to U.S. Coast Guard funding, the largest cut proposed for any agency within the Department of Homeland Security. Rest assured, as the voice of the […]

Action Alert from the Navy League — Coast Guard Funding

    The Coast Guard needs your help now.  As you know, the Department of Homeland Security has been on a continuing resolution since October, and its current funding runs out Feb. 27.  Coast Guard active-duty personnel will continue working without pay during the lapse to ensure our safety on the sea, protection from threats […]

US Coast Guard Regulations – Abandoned Vessels

Follow the links below to view the following news and regulations from the U.S. Coast Guard in regards to abandoned vessels: NOAA ERMA User Guide USCG Sector San Francisco Abandoned Vessel Reporting form Funding Opportunity: FY2015 Community-based Marine Debris Removal