Gains achieved in wages, overtime, vacation and benefits.
Declares support for the Jones Act and Maritime Security Program.
President-elect George W. Bush has indicated his strong support for the U.S.
Additional ships on the horizon in December Patriot Contract Services, a
division of American Ship Management, took delivery of three more Large
Medium Speed Roll-On/Roll-Off (LMSR) ves-sels on November 10 in Norfolk,
Virginia, with members of the SUP crewing the unlicensed deck department.
On October 10, Judge William B. Bryant of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia decisively rejected a challenge by the American Maritime Officers (AMO) to overturn a Military Sealift command award to Patriot Contract Services to manage and operate 10 Large Medium Speed Roll-On/
Roll-Off (LMSR) vessels.
The Sailors? Union of the Pacific, Marine Firemen's Union, Masters,
Mates & Pilots, Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, and the
International Longshore Warehouse Union, have joined with a broad-based
group of maritime, port, travel and tourism organizations in urging members
of the U.S. Senate to support the United States Cruise Vessel Act (S.1510).
On August 12, 2000, more than 1000 miles offshore, the SUP-crewed
Chevron Wash-ington engaged in a dramatic and complicated rescue.
Diverted by a satellite phone call from the United States Coast
Guard-Alameda, the Washington rushed to the aid of a seriously
injured sailor aboard a dismasted sailboat.
U.S. cruise ship bill prompts company to arrange financing for vessel construction.
The Senate comitte on Comerce, Science and Transportation on June 15 passed a bill that is designed to facilitate the entry of U
Bum decision prompts protest by SUP company; Government stays the award.
A strong U.S.-flags commercial merchant fleet is absolutely essential to ensuring U.S. national defense and economic security in