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Marine Operations

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January 15, 2021
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Job Announcement - Fisherman (OMAO-SHIPS-ABF-2021-EX-02)

NOAA Ship Peirce being launched.
Fleet: Ship
NOAA Ship Peirce was built by the Marietta Manufacturing Company in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and homeported in Norfolk, Virginia. Commissioned in May 6, 1963, the ship’s main operation included hydrographic...
NOAA Ship Peirce being launched.
January 4, 2021
Media: Image
NOAA Ship Murre II underway
Fleet: Ship
NOAA Ship Murre II was built in by Maritime Shipyards in Seattle, Washington, and homeported in Juneau, Alaska. The ship’s main operation involved fishery research and cargo shipments in Southeast Alaskan waters....
NOAA Ship Murre II underway
January 4, 2021
Media: Image
NOAA Ship George B. Kelez underway
Fleet: Ship
NOAA Ship George B. Kelez was built in Decatur, Alabama and last homeported in Norfolk, Virginia. Commissioned in March 1973, the ship’s main operation included supporting the Marine Ecosystems Analysis (MESA) New...
NOAA Ship George B. Kelez underway
January 4, 2021
Media: Image
NOAA Ship Mount Mitchell underway
January 4, 2021
Media: Image
NOAA Ship Oregon underway
Fleet: Ship
NOAA Ship Oregon was initially built in Portland, Oregon by Gunderson Brothers and then transferred to Astoria, Oregon where the Astoria Marine Construction Company completed the ship's construction. The ship’s main...
NOAA Ship Oregon underway
January 4, 2021
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