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Wednesday Weddings

Extraordinarily Elegant San Diego Waterfront Weddings and Receptions.

The lovely 1898 Berkeley ferryboat, gracing San Diego Bay with her turn-of-the-century charm and ambiance is available for weddings and receptions. 305 more words

A Billion Dollar, Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

I have been reading over Congressional Research Service’s Specialist in Naval Affairs Ronald O’Rourke’s prepared statement before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee Hearing on The Status of Coast Guard Cutter Acquisition Programs, February 3, 2016. 1,064 more words

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Blizzard Forces Australia's Antarctic Icebreaker/Supply Ship Aground

GCaptain is reporting that Australia’s 3911 ton, 94.9 meter multi-purpose icebreaker/supply ship, Aurora Australis, broke free of its moorings and grounded while on a supply mission to Mawson Station.

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Monturiol Inventor, Writer, Publisher, Activist, and Submariner

Narcis Monturiol, born 28 Sept 1819, died 6 Sept 1885. Now, on to the man, he graduated law school but never practiced law. He became a writer and publisher, inventor and politician. 768 more words

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GAO Report on Operational Test and Evaluation of the National Security Cutter

GAO has published a report on the National Security Cutters, GAO-16-148, contending, “Enhanced Oversight Needed to Ensure Problems Discovered during Testing and Operations Are Addressed.” Note, it goes beyond problems discovered during tests and evaluation, to include other problems encountered during operation. 614 more words

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