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Power & Fuel Management

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3rd Quarter 2014Volume 4 Number 3 10 Slowing Down Ships Does it always make economic sense?MarPro crunches the numbers on vessel steaming economics. What should you do? It all depends By Barry Parker Maritime Professional3Q 2014 | As Tote pioneers the use of natural gas as a marine fuel with two groundbreaking projects, Anthony Chiarello leverages the strength and diversity of the Saltchuk group with a forward-thinking, environmen- tally correct Tote business plan. By Joseph KeefePhoto by Robert Kunkel 18 Nobody Rides for Free Emissions-compliant fuel and strategies: the decision may ultimately be out of your hands. By Robert Kunkel 24 Meet the New Boss Meet the new Commandant of the United States Coast Guard, Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, and learn his thoughts on everything from marine safety to the Arctic issue. By Joseph Keefe30 Chiarello Leads the Way ON THE COVER MaritimeProfessional & team to deliver information and resources to face the maritime recruitment challenge. 50  MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND By Greg Trauthwein Francis W. Cunningham, Deputy Director CIVMAR Manpower & Personnel, MSC 58  NEWPORT NEWS? APPRENTICE SCHOOL By Eric HaunNewport News? Apprentice School seeks to go beyond training workers, it seeks to build leaders. 62  U.S. MARITIME ACADEMIESMaritime Training & Employment Numbers 49Did You Know? Military Sealift Command, which employs 5,500 civil service mariners, has an overall retention rate of 93%,MarPro Recruitment Recruitment 2 | Maritime Professional | 3Q 20141-17 Q3 MP2014.indd 21-17 Q3 MP2014.indd 28/15/2014 9:45:23 AM8/15/2014 9:45:23 AM

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