Study: Plankton May Absorb Twice as Much CO2 as Previously Believed

The ocean plays a major role in the global carbon cycle. The driving force comes from tiny plankton that produce organic carbon th...

How the U.S. Can Improve its Maritime Anti-Smuggling Program

By CIMSEC 05-24-2020 01:44:39

Posted in: Government

[By Laura Burroughs] On April 1, President Trump announced that the United States is doubling its counternarcotics operations i...

As Jakarta Trims Defense, Beijing Makes Waves in the South China Sea

[By Aristyo Rizka Darmawan] The Covid-19 outbreak has hit hard for Southeast Asian economies. Anticipating more shocks to...

Changing Market Conditions and Eastern Canadian Ports

By Harry Valentine 05-22-2020 08:21:06

Posted in: Ports

A combination of factors that includes the COVID pandemic, U.S. – China trade disputes and advancing technology have changed...

100 Years of Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers

In 1915, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the establishment the United States Coast Guard, a new military agency comprised...

Op-Ed: National Maritime Day Reflections in the Era of COVID-19

By Capt. Jim Tobin 05-21-2020 07:53:00

Posted in: Shipping

With states reopening and medical professionals cautiously optimistic about our ability to maintain a flattened COVID-19 curve it...

Commemorating Maritime History - in Needlepoint

By Denise Krepp 05-20-2020 09:01:10

Posted in: Maritime

Shortly after the USNS Comfort arrived in New York City last month, a remarkable image appeared on my Instragram account - a needl...

The Golden Thirteen: How Black Men Won the Right to Wear Navy Gold

This Memorial Day will be particularly poignant given the year’s ongoing events and remembrances marking the 75th anniversar...

Global Maritime Community Goes Online For an Exceptional Gathering

By IGGS Group 05-20-2020 12:20:00

Posted in: Maritime

With the world facing challenges caused by the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the maritime industry is no exception. However, this in...