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The American Maritime Podcast engages the leading voices in American maritime to discuss the leading issues about domestic shipping, waterways, shipbuilding, the men and women who make it all work, and many more topics. When you tune into the American Maritime Podcast, you may hear from government leaders, national security and transportation experts, industry leaders, and of course the many heroes of American maritime. This podcast is made possible by the support of the American Maritime Partnership.

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Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about how a Jones Act company delivers both stability and innovation with TOTE Group President & CEO Tim Nolan. In this episode, learn more about: - How the Jones Act provides reliable, stable service for far-off regions like Alaska and Puerto Rico - Tim Nolan's experience - TOTE's commitment to LNG-powered shipping (and what could come next) - The future of government shipbuilding - Where he sees American Maritime going The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
U.S. Maritime Administrator Rear Admiral Ann C. Phillips joins the American Maritime Podcast for a broad conversation on how the U.S. Maritime Administration works hand-in-hand with government and private sector partners to support American security. In this episode, learn more about: - What MARAD does to promote America's shipping and shipbuilding - Recent reforms to recruit more mariners into the workforce - How the Jones Act supports American national and economic security - America's maritime future The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about how dredging powers the U.S. economy with President and CEO of the Dredging Contractors of America: William "Bill" Doyle.  In this episode, learn more about: - How dredging is important to the U.S. Economy - How the Foreign Dredge Act and Jones Act work together to keep America's supply chain reliable - The extensive recapitalization of the American dredging fleet. - What the US Army Corps of Engineers and dredging contractors do with beneficial dredged material The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about how American Maritime supports America's sea services with Mike Stevens, CEO of the Navy League and 13th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. In this special episode, learn about: - What is the Navy League and how it advocates for America's maritime strength - Leadership lessons from a military expert - The importance of the Jones Act for our national security and sealift capabilities - What Stevens would tell critics of the men and women of American Maritime - How he sees the Navy expanding its operations and capabilities over the next decade and beyond The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about how American Maritime is building a strong foundation for American jobs, national security and clean energy with Tom Crowley, Chairman and CEO of The Crowley Corporation. In this special episode, learn about: - Crowley's leadership in mariner training, offshore wind, and investments in new vessel types - The importance of the Jones Act for national security and a stable supply chain - especially in Puerto Rico, Alaska and Hawaii - Offshore Wind development and the need to work with partners to build the next great American industry The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn about the importance of the Jones Act fleet in responding to the Maui Fires and how American Maritime supports U.S. National Security with Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, 25th Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard. Key topics include: - American Maritime’s quick response to the Maui Fires to support their fellow Americans - How the Coast Guard works hand-in-hand with American Maritime - The benefits of a reliable, repeatable delivery schedule for Hawaii's shippers - Discussing the national security and homeland security benefits of the Jones Act
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn about American Maritime's innovations and the fuzzy math used by anti-Jones Act talking heads with John D. McCown, Founder of Blue Alpha Capital and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Center for Maritime Strategy. Key topics include: - American Maritime's History of Innovation - Unpacking the fuzzy math against the Jones Act - The importance of regular service to and from Puerto Rico
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about the China Threat and how American Maritime plays a role in preventing the Chinese Communist Party from dominating our waterways with our guest George Landrith, President & CEO of Frontiers of Freedom. Key topics include: - The increasingly hostile actions of China - Monitoring Chinese vessels on our national waters - America's commercial and sealift fleet - The economic costs of not having a Jones Act China’s Spy Balloon Is National Security Wake-Up Call for the US Jones Act Can Halt China's Quest for Global Dominance The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast to learn more about the global energy situation and how American Maritime plays a role in it as our guest Sam Norton, President & CEO of the Overseas Shipholding Group (NYSE: OSG) and a leading expert in oil & gas markets, discusses the fuel supply in New England and the global disruptions in the energy markets. Key topics include:  - Understanding the basics of the energy market - The overblown concerns of a fuel shortage in New England - How “waivers” of the Jones Act help no one but traders Read Sam Norton’s New Hampshire Journal and MarketWatch pieces to learn more.  The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for an engaging conversation on the importance of the Jones Act as our guest Jennifer Carpenter, President & CEO of the American Waterways Operators, joins Sara Fuentes, VP for Government Relations at the Transportation Institute, to counter common criticisms of the Jones Act and the 650,000 men and women who make up American Maritime. Key topics include: Jones Act 101 - Understanding the Facts Robust competition in American Maritime The importance of the Jones Act to families in Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska What is wrong with opportunistic calls to “waive” the Jones Act The American Maritime Podcast is a part of the Big Whig Podcasts network and is made with the support of the American Maritime Partnership.
Fair Kim serves as President of the American Maritime Congress, a a non-profit organization representing the U.S. maritime industry. A native of Chicago, Fair served in the Coast Guard prior to joining AMC. During his military career, he deployed throughout the Caribbean, South America, West Africa, the Middle East and Afghanistan in a variety of operational and legal billets.  Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation about: Why maintaining American shipbuilding is key to national security The impact on the U.S. Coast Guard and our homeland security if there were no Jones Act The role of the U.S. Coast Guard beyond our shores
Congressman Mike Bost has represented communities across Southern Illinois in the 12th district since 2015 and is now the ranking member of the Veterans Affairs committee. The 12th district is unique in its access to three navigable waterways that employ many Americans thanks to the Jones Act. Before his career in public service, Congressman Bost served in the U.S. Marines. Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation about: Why maintaining American Maritime is vital to protecting our inland waterways Why the Jones Act is important to America's industrial base Developments in Congress
Ed Washburn, Senior Vice President of Fleet Operations at Pasha Hawaii has over 30 years’ experience in the maritime industry. Joining Pasha Hawaii in 2015, he is responsible for the safe, efficient, and environmentally compliant operation of Pasha Hawaii’s Jones Act container, pure car/truck carrier, and ConRo vessels. Mr. Washburn oversees new building, engineering and technical services, operations, crew management, budgetary planning and controls, regulatory compliance and environmental health. Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation about: Sustainability initiatives at Pasha Workforce development in the maritime industry The reliability of American Maritime to Hawaii
Congresswoman Kat Cammack represents Florida’s Third Congressional District in the northern part of the state, including Alachua, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, and Union Counties and a large portion of Marion County, including the city of Ocala. Congresswoman Cammack was the youngest Republican woman elected to Congress in the 2020 election cycle. Congresswoman Cammack is a proud graduate of the Naval War College. Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation about: Why maintaining American shipbuilding is key to national security Why the Jones Act is essential to Florida’s economy The role of American Maritime in responding to natural disasters
Admiral Paul Zukunft assumed the duties of the 25th Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard on May 30, 2014. He lead America’s oldest continuous seagoing service and the largest component of the Department of Homeland Security, comprised of 41,700 active duty, 7,800 reserve, 8,300 civilian and 31,000 volunteer Auxiliarists until his retirement in 2018. Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation about: Why the Jones Act is essential to Hawaii The looming threat of China in the maritime space The challenges or the horizon for American Maritime
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation with Clark Todd, Chairman of the Board of the American Waterway Operators! Key topics include: Why it's important that American vessels and mariners service inland routes rather than foreign companies Jones Act vessels as the U.S. Coast Guard's "eyes and ears" The importance of the Jones Act to America's economic security
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation with Mike Roberts, an adjunct fellow with Hudson Institute’s Center for Defense Concepts and Technology. Mike previously served as President of the American Maritime Partnership. Key topics include: Addressing the "greatest hits" of misconceptions about the Jones Act The growing influence of China in the global maritime space The competitiveness of the Jones Act fleet
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a conversation with Dick Balzano, CEO of the Dredging Contractors of America. Key topics include: The role American dredgers played in freeing the Ever Forward, which was grounded in the Chesapeake Bay for over a month The importance of the Jones Act to America's national, homeland, and economic security The importance of dredging to the growth of the offshore wind industry
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a very special Earth Day episode on the future of offshore wind in America and how American Maritime fits into this exciting new market. AMP Vice President Jennifer Carpenter interviews Troy Patton, Chief Operating Officer of Ørsted Offshore North America. Key topics include: How American Maritime benefits from the growing offshore wind market. The importance of offshore wind to a renewable energy grid The future of offshore wind technology in America
Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a timely conversation about the importance of American Maritime to America’s national security. AMP Secretary and Treasurer Sara Fuentes interviews Dr. Sal Mercogliano, associate professor of History at Campbell University in North Carolina where he teaches courses in World Maritime History and Maritime Security. He is also an adjunct professor with the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. A former merchant mariner, he sailed and worked ashore for the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command. Key topics include: The historical importance of a strong American Maritime Why the Jones Act is key to US national security What would happen if the Jones Act went away
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