Pearl Harbor at 80: Lessons From the "Date Which Will Live in Infamy"

By David Vergun 12-07-2021 04:18:00

Posted in: Government

On Dec. 7, 1941, 80 years ago, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Oahu, an island in the then-U.S. territory of Hawaii. Some...

U.S. Coast Guard Commemorates the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

In his war declaration speech, President Franklin Roosevelt labeled Dec. 7, 1941, as a “date that will live in infamy.&rdquo...

80 Years Later: The Man Who Was Born During the Pearl Harbor Attack

By Katie Lange 12-06-2021 08:27:00

Posted in: Government

It was dark at Pearl Harbor's Tripler Hospital on the evening of Dec. 7, 1941. The bombings by the Japanese had stopped, but t...

Remembering Rep. Jolene Unsoeld, Maritime Trailblazer

By Denise Krepp 12-05-2021 11:44:00

Posted in: Government

Last week, Rep. Jolene Unsoeld died at the age of 89. She served in Congress from 1989-1995, and she authored bipartisan legislati...

Op-Ed: Technology is the Solution to the Supply Chain Crisis

By Yarden Gross 12-05-2021 08:05:00

Posted in: Shipping

The last few months have seen hundreds of container ships sitting idle outside key hub ports, unable to unload their goods as...

The U.S. Has a Leading Role to Play in Reducing Ocean Plastic

[By Matthew Savoca, Anna Robuck and Lauren Kashiwabara] Plastic waste of all shapes and sizes permeates the world&rsq...

U.S. Coast Guard Sets Up Elite Cyber Team to Hack Its Own Systems

[By Kathy Murray] Last month, intruders hacked into a Coast Guard network. Instead of being alarmed by the incursion, cybersecu...

Making Every Shipment Count With Cargo Protection Solutions

By Justin Mueller 12-01-2021 08:25:00

Posted in: Shipping

The resilience of the global supply chain has been tested as never before in 2021, as manufacturers, shippers, importers and custo...

The Real Consequences of Europe's Deal With the Libyan Coast Guard

By Ian Urbina 12-01-2021 05:21:00

Posted in: Government

In May of 2021, I traveled to Libya to explore the troubling story of the country’s prisons for migrants captured trying to...