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IN THIS EDITION 8 THE REGULATORY TRAIN 26 FORGING AHEAD
Rail transport activists, analysts and environmentalists get a real Germany’s SDG and WSW set worldwide standards in forging tech-
SIMULATION TRAINING taste of what the waterfront has endured for decades. They’ll just nology.
have to get in line with the rest of us.
By Peter Pospiech
By Joseph Keefe 22 BLENDED LEARNING STEPS UP 52 THE TANK BARGE RULES
Maritime training is changing, and Marine Learning Systems 16 RESILIENCE & MARITIME A new USCG rule on barge power units is ready to enter force on helps to lead the way in e-Learning.
The maritime market faces a multitude of risks that will require November 15, 2015. Are you ready?
exceptional resilience in the years to come. By Murray Goldberg
By Greg Trauthwein
By Dennis L. Bryant 31 SIMCITY
Building capacity as deadlines for trained crews near, two ship- 56 OIL UNDER ICE ping titans take the lead in Norway.
The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold 18 EALS & SPILL REMEDIATION
The effects of EALs on oil spill and discharge reporting and re- Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.
By William Stoichevski mediation.
By Edward Lundquist
By Mark Miller 34 THE NEW REALITY 62 BOAT OF THE MONTH
Investment in advanced simulation training facilities has grown
The shallow draft market in South America continues to strength- 20 FERGUS CAMPBELL, IMTECH globally, as the technology, connectivity and need to train the en, powered by orders such as Hidrovias do Brasil S.A.’s deal
Fergus Campbell recently took the top spot at Imtech Marine USA. new generation of mariners melds.
for eight new generation Shallow Draft River Push Boat designed
He discusses with MR the path forward, particularly the desire to speci