MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND

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United States

Ships

USNS GILLILAND

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS BRITTIN

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS MILLINOCKET

High Speed Craft | Flag: United States of America

USNS ALAN SHEPARD

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SACAGAWEA

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS AMELIA EARHART

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS GYSGT FRED W. STOCKHAM

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS CHARLES DREW

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS IMPECCABLE

Swath Vessel | Flag: United States of America | Port: NORFOLK, VA

USNS CESAR CHAVEZ

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS CHOCTAW COUNTY

High Speed Craft | Flag: United States of America

USNS BOB HOPE

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS WALLY SCHIRRA

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS PFC EUGENE A OBREGON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS GORDON

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SALVOR

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS ROBERT E. PEARY

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USS FRANK CABLE

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USS EMORY S LAND

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS BENAVIDEZ

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America | Port: Washington, DC

USNS SODERMAN

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

SBX-1

Column Stabilized Unit | Flag: United States of America | Port: Adak, AK

USNS WILLIAM MCLEAN

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS SUPPLY

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS SPEARHEAD

High Speed Craft | Flag: United States of America

USNS SHUGHART

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS RAINIER

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS LEWIS AND CLARK

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS GRAPPLE

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS YANO

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS WASHINGTON CHAMBERS

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS CARL BRASHEAR

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS MONTFORD POINT

Heavy Lift Ship | Flag: United States of America

USNS RICHARD E. BYRD

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS ARCTIC

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS GRASP

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS MATTHEW C. PERRY

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS FISHER

Vehicle Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS MEDGAR EVERS

General Cargo Carrier | Flag: United States of America

USNS BRIDGE

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

USNS GUAM

High Speed Craft | Flag: United States of America

USS MOUNT WHITNEY

Special Purpose Vessel | Flag: United States of America

Maritime News

NTSB Issues Duck Boat Safety Recommendations

NTSB Issues Duck Boat Safety Recommendations

3 hours ago
U.S. federal officials are calling for new safety rules following the fatal sinking of a Missouri amphibious passenger vessel in July 2018.Seventeen of the 31 people aboard the modified WWII DUKW amphibious passenger vessel, or "duck boat", Stretch Duck 7 died, when the vessel sank during a rapidly developing high-wind storm on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Mo.As part of its ongoing investigation into the July 19, 2018 accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a marine safety recommendation report on Wednesday that calls upon the U.S.
Pirates Attack OSV in the Gulf of Mexico

Pirates Attack OSV in the Gulf of Mexico

10 hours ago
Pirates attacked an Italy-flagged offshore supply vessel in the southern Gulf of Mexico, injuring two crew members, the Mexican Navy said on Tuesday, in the latest outbreak of robbery and piracy to hit oil platforms and infrastructure in the area.One of the crew members of the vessel, Remas, received a bullet wound, and the other suffered a concussion, and both were transferred to a nearby hospital, the Navy said in a statement.Owned by Italian offshore contractor Micoperi, Remas is a supply vessel for Mexico's oil industry.
Japanese Firms in Brazilian FPSO Gig

Japanese Firms in Brazilian FPSO Gig

18 hours ago
Japanese companies have decided to proceed with the deepwater floating production, storage, and offloading system (FPSO) charter project for the Petrobras-operated Búzios pre-salt oil field located offshore Brazil.MODEC, Mitsui & Co., Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and Marubeni Corporation have agreed that Mitsui, MOL, and Marubeni will invest in a long-term charter business currently promoted by MODEC for the purpose of providing  FPSO for use on the Búzios field off the coast of Brazil.Based on these agreements, Mitsui, MOL and Marubeni will invest in Buzios5 MV32 B.V. (MV32), a Dutch company established by MODEC, and the Companies will proceed with the Project jointly.
Product Tanker Freight Rates Rebounds

Product Tanker Freight Rates Rebounds

22 hours ago
Product tanker freight rates softened in the third quarter of 2019 but rebounded strongly at the start of the fourth quarter following an increase in crude tanker rates that began after the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities and accelerated dramatically to multi-year high levels at the end of September when the US imposed sanctions on two subsidiaries of China's COSCO Shipping.Denmark-based TORM said that growth in global demand for oil products generally remained subdued in the first two months of the quarter but showed signs of increased momentum towards the end of the quarter.
For Ship Recycling, Grieg (Goes) Green

For Ship Recycling, Grieg (Goes) Green

yesterday
In May 2014 National Geographic wrote an in-depth article on shipbreaking operations in Bangladesh where they listed shipbreaking as one of the deadliest professions in the world. The images from these shipyards are well circulated among professionals in the shipping industry. Individuals without personal protective equipment cutting and grinding into a ship that was haphazardly beached and torn asunder by unskilled laborers. Pollution swirl in the nearby tidal area and soot belches into the air. Large sections of ships come careening off endless rows of vessels that litter the beach.