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Marine Corps announces career-ending consequences for Marines refusing to get COVID vaccine

Democratic Underground 26 Oct 2021
https.//taskandpurpose.com/news/marine-corps-covid-vaccine-refuse-consequences/. The Marine Corps’ list of consequences for Marines who fail to get vaccinated for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a reminder that USMC stands for “You Signed the Motherf—king Contract!”.
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Engineering group’s share price plummets 30% after profit warning

The Business Desk 25 Oct 2021
Customers of its marine contracting, decommissioning and nuclear businesses have further delayed projects in recent weeks while its tankships division experienced a poor month in September and now has “a more cautious outlook”.
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MARKET REPORT: James Fisher & Sons sees its shares crash

This is Money 25 Oct 2021
James Fisher & Sons saw its shares crash to a nine-year low after the firm sounded the alarm on profits.� ... Meanwhile, projects from clients in the firm's marine contracting, decommissioning and nuclear businesses had been delayed due to 'continuing challenges presented by the global pandemic'.
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Fire on cargo ship off British Columbia coast reported out

Hartford Courant 25 Oct 2021
Advertisement ... “We still see it smoldering.” ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... The coast guard said a hazardous materials crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Danaos Shipping Co ... .
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Fire burns aboard container ship off British Columbia

Finger Lakes Times 25 Oct 2021
It said an emergency zone had been doubled to two nautical miles around the Zim Kingston ... The coast guard said a hazardous materials crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Danaos Shipping Co ... .
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Company round-up: James Fisher; Intelling; Co-op Bank; Custodian REIT

The Business Desk 25 Oct 2021
Customers of the group’s Marine Contracting, Decommissioning and Nuclear businesses have further delayed projects in recent weeks ... NVM first backed Intelling in 2017 when the company was delivering BPO and communications services to a range of clients, including a major contract with O2.
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MARKET REPORT: James Fisher & Sons sees its shares crash to a nine-year low after ...

The Daily Mail 25 Oct 2021
James Fisher & Sons saw its shares crash to a nine-year low after the firm sounded the alarm on profits ... Crash ... Meanwhile, projects from clients in the firm's marine contracting, decommissioning and nuclear businesses had been delayed due to 'continuing challenges presented by the global pandemic' ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... UK tech star... .
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Hazardous materials burned aboard container ship anchored off southern B.C.

Moosejaw Today 24 Oct 2021
It said a Hazmat crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Resolve Marine had mobilized two vessels that were expected to be on site Sunday.
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Hazardous materials burned aboard container ship anchored near Victoria

Info News 24 Oct 2021
It said a Hazmat crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Resolve Marine had mobilized two vessels that were expected to be on site Sunday.
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Hazardous materials burned aboard container ship off B.C. coast

Castanet 24 Oct 2021
It said a Hazmat crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Resolve Marine had mobilized two vessels that were expected to be on site Sunday.
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Hazardous materials burning aboard container ship off B.C. coast

Castanet 24 Oct 2021
It said a Hazmat crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Resolve Marine had mobilized two vessels that were expected to be on site Sunday.
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Hazardous materials burning aboard container ship anchored off southern B.C.

Moosejaw Today 24 Oct 2021
The Coast Guard says the containers, some of which contain hazardous material, pose a significant risk to mariners, and that with stormy weather in today's forecast, recovering them may be a challenge. It says a Hazmat crew from Vancouver is mobilizing and that the owner of the Zim Kingston has contracted the U.S.
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Hazardous materials in burning containers off B.C. coast a challenge: coast guard

Moosejaw Today 24 Oct 2021
It said a hazardous materials crew from Vancouver was mobilizing and the owner of the Zim Kingston had contracted the U.S.-based Resolve Marine Group for salvage operations, including firefighting and recovery of the containers. Resolve Marine had mobilized two vessels that were expected to be on site Sunday.
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Fire Burns Aboard ZIM Container Ship off British Columbia

Hamodia 24 Oct 2021
The Coast Guard said the containers, some of which contain hazardous material, pose a significant risk to mariners, and that with stormy weather in Sunday’s forecast, recovering them may be a challenge. It said a Hazmat crew from Vancouver is mobilizing and that the owner of the Zim Kingston has contracted the U.S.
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Naval cadet finds direction through MPCC

The North Platte Telegraph 24 Oct 2021
Jesse Johnston may be flying high now, but he’ll never forget where he came from — or the path that led him to where he is today ... He also joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, where he spent the next six years working as a generator mechanic ... “I was originally going to be an officer in the Marines, and I did a full contract with them,” Johnston said ... .
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