Coast Guard Journal of Safety & Security at Sea: Proceedings of the Marine Safety & Security Council [Volume 60, Number 2] [open pdf - 5MB]
This edition of Coast Guard Journal of Safety at Sea, Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council focuses on maritime homeland security. Article featured in the journal include: "Attack on New York ... The First Response"; "A Family of Security Plans"; "IMO [International Maritime Organization] Moves to Enhance International Maritime Security"; "U.S. Enacts Measure for Maritime Security" "Citizens Assist in Keeping the Watch"; New Security Measures in Mariner Credentials"; "Port Security Assessments"; "TSA [Transportation Security Administration] Administers Grants for Port Security Improvements"; "The Automatic Identification System & Port Security"; "Houston-Galveston Area: On the Front Line"; "Establishing a Port Security Committee"; "Barge Industry Develops First Coast Guard- Approved Security Plan"; "Building Security Guidance in the Domestic Passenger Vessel Industry"; "Perspectives on U.S. Security Initiatives Affecting International Liner Shipping"; "Cruising with Heightened Security Standards"; "The Pilot's Role in Maritime Security"; "The Need for Vessel Security Officer Training"; "Coast Guard Remains Ready with Mobile Units"; "Increased Coast Guard Assets for Homeland Security"; "Foreign Passenger Vessel Security Program"; "Operation Safe Commerce-Northeast: Container Security Through Partnerships"; Smart Card Technology in the Maritime Transportation Industry"; "Technology for Port Security"; and "Improving Our Future Capabilities with the Integrated Deepwater System".
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Coast Guard Journal of Safety & Security at Sea: Proceedings of the Marine Safety & Security Council (April - June 2003), v.60 no.2