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Naval Architect Amanda Dayton keeps Foss on cutting edge of tech

ROVs, lasers, and more open a world of future possibilities for the storied tug company By Hilary Reeves Foss Naval Architect and Marine Engineer Amanda Dayton knew early on that she’d be pursuing a career in engineering. “I went to

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Former Army attack helicopter pilot taps military expertise to master logistics

TOTE Maritime Director Hartleigh Caine found new niche serving Alaska By Hilary Reeves After graduating from the military’s West Point in 2000, Hartleigh Caine took a long, hard look at her options. “I wanted to go somewhere women were encouraged

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Safety Spotlight: Using Stop Work Authority

Throughout the remainder of the year, we’re bringing you the inspiring stories of our 2023 Safety Award Nominees. In this installment, Rachel Mallory, Director of Safety at TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico, updates us on TOTE’s Speak Up, Shout Out! program

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Carlile Director by day, boxing biographer by night

Clay Moyle turned his childhood love of sports into a lifelong passion By Hilary Reeves Clay Moyle remembers walking home with his parents after his first day of Kindergarten. It was about a mile between his house and the school,

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AMNAV president touts benefits of a ‘great attitude’

Milt Merritt and his son, Dave, share a passion for all things maritime By Hilary Reeves Milt Merritt was just 13 the first time he carried his sleeping bag onto the 136-foot M/V Willis Shank, a converted Navy minesweeper chartered

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